Canadian discount airline WestJet has revealed some major changes to its 2006 flight schedule.
The airline will add four new direct routes to its schedule. They are Calgary-Fort McMurray, Vancouver-Las Vegas, Hamilton-Orlando and Winnepeg-Orlando.
Furthermore it will increase the frequency on some of its existing routes. Next year there will be two flights between Toronto and Orlando, the Calgary-Phoenix service will depart every day and the Calgary-Palm Springs route will fly four times a week.
WestJet’s Sean Durfy, said: “The enhancements revealed today offer greater choices for people traveling to sunspots and vacation destinations in the United States from cities across our Canadian network.”
WestJet is the largest discount airline in Canada and flies to 35 cities in North America. Recently it was named Canada’s most respected company in terms of customer service.