Posted on: 28 October 2012 by Mark Howells
WestJet is launching non-stop seasonal service to Antigua & Barbuda, Curaçao and Liberia.
The first new service is the twice-weekly service between Toronto Pearson and Antigua’s V.C. Bird International Airport, followed by a weekly service to Curaçao International Airport. Finally WestJet will begin twice-weekly non-stop seasonal service to Liberia, Costa Rica, .
On 16 November, WestJet will add daily non-stop seasonal service between Toronto Pearson and Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
"With the addition of three more sun destinations from Toronto Pearson, plus another one two weeks from now, WestJet continues to expand service from Canada’s largest airport," commented Peter Tong, WestJet’s director of network and schedule planning. "We have almost doubled our service from Toronto Pearson to international destinations in just three short years, and have grown our overall service by almost one-third in the same period. Clearly, we remain focused on continued growth at a key Canadian gateway."