WestJet launches six new routes from Toronto Pearson

WestJet is in the process of introducing six new routes from Toronto Pearson to Huatulco, Merida and Cabo San Lucas in Mexico; San Jose in Costa Rica; and Sarasota and West Palm Beach in Florida.
The first to launch is the twice-weekly West Palm Beach service on 11 December, which takes off from Toronto Pearson at 07:25 and lands in West Palm Beach at 10:32. The return leg departs West Palm Beach at 11:20 to reach Toronto at 14:19.
From 13 December, WestJet will also fly twice-weekly between Toronto and Huatulco. The outbound flights will leave at 09:15, arriving in Huatulco at 13:55, before the return service leaves the latter at 14:45 to arrive back at the former for 20:29.
15 December will see the inauguration of once-weekly flights from Toronto to both Merida and San Jose. The outbound flights will take off at 08:15 and 09:15 respectively, landing at 11:33 and 13:40. The return service from Merida will leave at 12:15 and is scheduled to arrive at 17:14, while the return service from San Jose will depart at 14:30 and is set to land at 20:38.
On 18 December, WestJet will begin flying between Toronto and Sarasota twice a week, with a departure from the former at 08:05 and a scheduled arrival at the latter for 11:06. The Sarasota–Toronto service will leave at 11:55 and land at 14:39.
Finally, on 19 December, WestJet will introduce its once-weekly Toronto–Cabo San Lucas service, taking off at 09:15 and landing at 12:32. The return leg will leave at 13:25 to arrive back in Toronto at 20:32.
“WestJet continues to offer travellers exciting new destinations and enhanced connectivity from around the country, all backed by our commitment to delivering a remarkable guest experience and caring, people-driven service,” stated John Weatherill, WestJet’s director of network and schedule planning. “In particular, these new destinations in Florida, Mexico and Costa Rica represent opportunities to introduce new guests to our ever-expanding transborder and international networks.”

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