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CALGARY — WestJet is extending its temporary transborder and international route suspensions through June 25, 2020, and has updated its schedule for June 5 – July 4.
The airline says passengers with travel booked after June 5 through July 4 will be notified of their options.
The move updates WestJet’s April 23 announcement that it was removing hundreds of flights daily from its domestic schedule May 5 – June 4 in the wake of sharply reduced demand the ongoing pandemic.
In a Twitter posting last night WestJet said it had updated its schedule “to address significantly reduced guest demand for air travel while continuing to keep critical economic lifelines open for essential travel and cargo.”
WestJet also updated its seasonal start dates for select domestic routes. Starting July 5 are: Calgary-Charlottetown; Winnipeg-Montreal; Toronto-Kelowna and Toronto, Sydney, NS. Starting July 6 is Calgary-Quebec City.
See below for route suspensions June 5 – July 4 as well as new seasonal projected start dates: