WestJet launches more non-stop service to the Bay Area
Airline makes first flight today from Vancouver to San Francisco
June 28, 2010
WestJet today announced the launch of new seasonal non-stop service between Vancouver and San Francisco. The inaugural flight departs from Vancouver's International Airport at 8 a.m. PDT today.
'There is a natural bond between coastal cities and we are delighted to offer the people of the lower mainland non-stop seasonal service to the city by the bay,' said Hugh Dunleavy, WestJet Executive Vice-President, Strategy and Planning. 'Our seasonal flights from Calgary and Edmonton to San Francisco are extremely popular and we expect that the addition of non-stop service from Vancouver will be just as successful.'
WestJet will fly between Vancouver and San Francisco daily until October 30, 2010
One-way introductory fares, available in both directions on non-stop flights only, are available from $149 plus applicable taxes and fees. Fares are available by visiting www.FlyForLess.ca.
As part of its 2010 summer schedule, WestJet will also offer seasonal service to San Francisco from Calgary and Edmonton with one-way fares starting at $149 and $159 respectively, plus applicable fees and taxes
WestJet is Canada's preferred airline, offering scheduled service throughout its 68-city North American and Caribbean network. Inducted into Canada's Most Admired Corporate Cultures Hall of Fame and named one of Canada's best employers, WestJet pioneered low-cost flying in Canada. WestJet offers increased legroom, leather seats and live seatback television provided by Bell TV on its modern fleet of 89 Boeing Next-Generation 737 aircraft. With future confirmed deliveries for an additional 46 aircraft through 2016, WestJet strives to be one of the five most successful international airlines in the world.
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