Boeing 767-300ER Westjet on the first commercial flight

Westjet received the first Boeing 767-300ER and operated the first commercial flight

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Westjet, Canada's second-largest air carrier, received the first aircraft Boeing 767-300ER. The aircraft entered the Canadian carrier's fleet in August 2015, but began operational service from 22 October to 2015, operating the 655 flight on the route Toronto - Calgary.

At the same time, the aircraft is painted in the new Westjet livery, which will be applied to all aircraft in the fleet. The aircraft has a carrying capacity of 262 of people (24 of seats in Plus Class and 238 of seats in Economy Class) and a range of up to 11 hours. In the spring of next year, all 4 767-300ER Westjet aircraft will be equipped with WestJet Connect, the company's new on-board entertainment and internet system.

Starting with the 2016 summer season, Westjet will fly to London from Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto and St. John's. With the exception of St. John's - London, to be honored with Boeing 737-700 aircraft, all other routes will be honored with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.

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  1. […] 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 Boeing 737-700 aircraft, all other routes will be honored with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. [...]

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