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Topic: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Juventus
Posted 2005-07-31 16:14:33 and read 4254 times.

I wonder if they have considered flying to Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo or any other Mexican destination. (I've flown on West Jet twice, and I think their service is really good).

sorry if this has been posted before.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: CORULEZ05
Posted 2005-07-31 17:47:16 and read 4240 times.

I could definetly see them flying to any of those destinations. I'm not really familiar with their plans for new routes but there could definetly be a possibility. I think it would be great because their service is FANTASTIC.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Lnglive1011yyz
Posted 2005-07-31 18:36:33 and read 4225 times.

Quoting Juventus (Thread starter):
I wonder if they have considered flying to Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo or any other Mexican destination. (I've flown on West Jet twice, and I think their service is really good).

I *could* be wrong, but I believe that Westjet *did* or *does* fly to Mexico in the winter for some charter operations.....

I could be wrong though..

1011yyz

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Dutchjet
Posted 2005-07-31 18:38:23 and read 4220 times.

The resort cities that you mention are certainly a possibility, especially from western Canada cities such as Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton. The flights would probably done a charter or package holiday basis. The 737NG aircraft could handle any of the possible routes.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Juventus
Posted 2005-07-31 22:52:28 and read 4162 times.

The reason I ask is that my cousin says he took West Jet to Cabo San Lucas a couple of years ago. However, there is nothing on their web site about Mexico

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Ktachiya
Posted 2005-08-01 00:13:10 and read 4142 times.

Quoting Lnglive1011yyz (Reply 2):
I *could* be wrong, but I believe that Westjet *did* or *does* fly to Mexico in the winter for some charter operations.....

I agree with you. I think when spotting at YVR, I saw some Westjet charter to Cancun.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Hardkor
Posted 2005-08-01 00:20:57 and read 4131 times.

I believe that Westjet was doing some charters for Air Transat holidays to Mexico. Not sure how long it lasted though,
Hardkor

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Accargo
Posted 2005-08-01 00:21:24 and read 4131 times.

WJ flies to Mexico on behalf of some Cdn charter companies every winter.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: YOW
Posted 2005-08-01 00:24:20 and read 4131 times.

WestJet and Air Transat just renewed their partnership for another 5 years, so you'll see lots of WestJet in Mexico, but it's all charters.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Yeggerman
Posted 2005-08-01 13:56:15 and read 4075 times.

Nothing Scheduled for Mexico other than charter to CUN, PVR, MZT from places like YEG, YYC, YVR, YWG and YLW I believe, they are a seasonal thing. From the east (YYZ, YOW, YHZ, YUL) they fly to VRA, HOG, SXM and those kind of places for Air Transit. I think in total WS is up to 52 Charter destinations in 8 countries for Air Transit at various points in the year.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: Goose
Posted 2005-08-02 14:40:31 and read 3959 times.

Quoting Accargo (Reply 7):
WJ flies to Mexico on behalf of some Cdn charter companies every winter.

WestJet flies charter ops to Mexico and points in the Carribbean year-round, actually.

Topic: RE: Any Chance Of West Jet Flying To Mexico?
Username: DFORCE1
Posted 2005-08-06 06:22:18 and read 3904 times.

Yes, that is correct WestJet operates flights to Mexico on behalf of Air Transat Holidays. So while WestJet is the operator flying the routes, to book seats, you need to go through Air Transat Holidays, not Westjet.


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