|Quoting Oroka (Reply 8):|
A friend of mine who worked for AC a few years back just flew to Vancouver from YYZ (I think) and chose Westjet over AC. Maybe that says something
|Quoting WYG737LVR (Reply 2):
If you are departing from Eastern Canada, then I would suggest AC, simply because you have a 50/50 shot at a widebody (762 & 763) vs a narrow body (319,320 & 321) Also, AC has more direct flights between YYZ and YVR (14 per day, with 7 being widebodies), where as WS is like a Greyhound bus, with only 5 out of 26 flights direct from YYZ.
|Quoting WestJetYQQ (Reply 16):|
Do you like TV or movies?
WestJet's entertainment system is wonderful!
|Quoting ACDC8 (Reply 17):|
Not to offend anyone, so don't take this the wrong way, but YZF to YYC is a 2 hour flight plus another hour to YVR. Is TV really that important for such a short flight? Like I said, not to offend anyone, just curious.
|Quoting HorizonGirl (Reply 20):|
I would go with AC 100%.
From my experience, AC's employees are very friendly and make you feel at home,
while WS's seem to have a bit of a "whaddayawant" attitude. I know WS claims
to have very friendly employees, but you have to think, obviously EVERYONE that works
for a company aren't going to be a certain way. And AC has much better aircraft.
You'll probably get a 736, which is my least favorite commercial aircraft.
I have never had a bad experience on AC and I think that's the way you should go.
|Quoting WestJetYQQ (Reply 21):|
I don't mean to be contradictory, but from MY experience, WS's employees are very friendly and make you feel at home, while AC's seem to have a bit of a "whaddayawant" attitude. And WS has much better aircraft. On AC you'll probably get a A320 which is my least favorite commercial aircraft. I have never had a bad experience on WS and I think that's the way you should go.
|Quoting RoyalAtlantis (Reply 15):|
|Quoting ZBBYLW (Reply 22):|
Hey Carson, funny response only problem is you pulled out all the RIGHT answers and exchanged them with the WRONG answers, better luck next time.