Westjet opens flights between six Canadian cities and London (Gatwick)

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Canada is becoming more accessible to Europeans. Between 6-7 May 2016, Westjet (Canadian low-cost operator) opened routes between London (Gatwick) and Vancouver (6 weekly flights), Edmonton (2 weekly flights), Calgary (5 weekly flights), Winnip a weekly flight), Toronto (daily) and St. John (daily). With the exception of St. John - London, to be honored with airplanes Boeing 737-700, all other routes will be honored with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.

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At present, Westjet has 4 widebody aircraft of the Boeing 767-300ER type, all configured in 2 classes: 24 of seats in Business Class and 238 of seats in Economy Class. These aircraft have a range of approximately 11 hours. On board, passengers can enjoy the new Westjet Connect service.

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The Calgary - London and Toronto - London routes will be operated throughout the year, and the Vancouver - London, Edmonton - London, Winnipeg - London and St. John - London are seasonal (until October 21, 2016). London (Gatwick) is the third transatlantic destination for WestJet. In 2014, the Canadian operator launched the St. John - Dublin, and since 2015 has launched flights between Halifax and Glasgow.

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For Romanians wishing to reach one of the Canadian cities mentioned above, we remind you that Wizz Air to launch Bucharest - London (Gatwick) route starting with 18 June.

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