WestJet adds Caribbean routes for 'Fun in the Sun' schedule
WetJet will touch down at the Grantley Adams International Airport in December.
The airline stopped flying during COVID-19 but is set to resume its service between Barbados and Canada.
WestJet today released its updated December schedule featuring up to 55 daily flights to sun destinations in the Caribbean, the United States (including Hawaii) and Mexico.
For sun-seekers, the airline is adding December flights not only to Barbados but also to Liberia (Costa Rica), Punta Cana, Puerto Plata (Dominican Republic), Mazatlán (Mexico), Huatulco (Mexico), Orlando, Las Vegas, Honolulu (Oahu) and Kahului (Maui).
During the holiday season, the airline will offer flights to 54 destinations including 33 in Canada, nine in the US including Hawaii, five in Mexico, five in the Caribbean, one in Europe and one in Central America. Frequencies will increase throughout the month of December.
From December 5 to December 15, WestJet will operate one flight weekly from Toronto to Kingston and twice-weekly flights from Toronto to Montego Bay. There will also be one flight weekly from Toronto to Puerto Plata and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic.
There will be one flight weekly during this period from Vancouver to Puerto Vallarta in Puerto Rico and flights from Calgary to Puerto Vallarta five times weekly.
From December 16 to January 4, WestJet will operate two flights weekly to Kingston and four flights weekly to Montego Bay as well as one flight weekly from Toronto to Barbados. WestJet will also operate once a week flights from Toronto to Punta Plata and Punta Cana, two flights weekly from Vancouver to Puerto Vallarta and once daily from Calgary to Puerto Vallarta.
There will also be flights once a week to Puerto Vallarta from Winnipeg and Edmonton.