WestJet is restoring service on more than a dozen routes in December, increasing its service to cover a total of nearly 100 domestic and international destinations, the carrier announced.
The routes largely focus on leisure destinations, but also include resuming service between Toronto and Orlando. Other routes expected to depart Toronto in December include Miami; Grand Cayman; Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Roatan, Honduras; and Kelowna, British Columbia.
From WestJet headquarters, Calgary City, the carrier is restoring service to Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; and Lihue and Kona in Hawaii. WestJet will also restore service between Winnipeg and Orlando, Cancun and Regina, Saskatchewan, as well as service between Edmonton and Honolulu.
WestJet chief commercial officer John Weatherill called the restored service “an important milestone in rebuilding our network to pre-pandemic levels” in a statement.