WestJet gears up for new Merida, San Jose and more flights ex YYZ

WestJet gears up for new Merida, San Jose and more flights ex YYZ

CALGARY — WestJet’s new nonstop services from Toronto Pearson to six destinations are ready for take off. The carrier’s once-weekly service to Merida, Mexico starts tomorrow (Dec. 15) as does its twice-weekly flights to San Jose, Costa Rica.

On Dec. 18 WestJet will begin offering twice-weekly service to Sarasota and starting Dec. 19, once-weekly service to Cabo San Lucas. Last Friday WestJet launched its twice-weekly service to West Palm Beach and on Dec. 13, its twice-weekly service to Huatulco.

WestJet will operate 92 daily departures to 59 destinations from Toronto Pearson this winter, an increase of 7% and 13% respectively compared to last winter.

“WestJet continues to offer travellers exciting new destinations and enhanced connectivity from around the country, all backed by our commitment to delivering a remarkable guest experience and caring, people-driven service,” said John Weatherill, WestJet Director, Network and Schedule Planning. “In particular, these new destinations in Florida, Mexico and Costa Rica represent opportunities to introduce new guests to our ever-expanding transborder and international networks.”

WestJet’s 2015 winter schedule also contains a number of new non-stop routes including Vancouver, Kitchener-Waterloo and Charlottetown to Orlando; Calgary to Fort Lauderdale and Liberia, Costa Rica; and Toronto and Halifax to Boston.