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CALGARY — As the coronavirus crisis continues to ravage the airline industry, WestJet has released new details about its domestic flight schedule, announcing it will remove some 4,000 flights weekly, or 600 flights daily, from May 5 through June 4.
WestJet says some city pairings have been temporarily removed in the new schedule. However the airline says it will continue to serve the 38 Canadian airports to which it currently operates, making sure that passengers with essential travel requirements can get where they need to be, and that cargo goods including medical products and food supplies can continue to flow.
“The overall demand for travel remains fluid during this ongoing pandemic and we continue to evaluate further reductions,” says the airline.
Bookings and full schedule details are available at WestJet.com.
All of WestJet’s U.S. and international routes remain suspended through at least June 4.
Passengers impacted by the updated May 5 – June 4 cancellations will be notified.
The following city pairs have been temporarily removed from May 5 – June 4: