Tuesday, 30 April 2019

WestJet routes suspended during 737 Max groundings extended to 3rd July

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The Canadian airline WestJet has extended until 3rd July its route suspensions introduced in the wake of the Boeing 737 Max grounding. 

• Flights between Halifax and Paris have been suspended from June 3 through August 2, 2019. WestJet is in the process of contacting affected guests who will be rebooked through either Calgary, non-stop on our Dreamliner to Paris, or on other airlines through Toronto, Montreal or New York.

• Flights between Edmonton and Ottawa have been suspended from June 3 through July 3, 2019. The carrier will rebook passengers through either Calgary or Toronto on WestJet-operated flights.



• Flights between Edmonton and Montreal have been suspended from June 3 through July 3, 2019. Westjet says they are in the process of contacting affected guests who will be rebooked through either Calgary or Toronto on WestJet-operated flights.

• Flights between Toronto and Kelowna have been suspended from June 3 through June 27, 2019. Affected passengers will be rebooked through either Calgary, Toronto or Edmonton on WestJet-operated flights.

• Flights between Vancouver and Regina have been suspended from June 3 through July 3, 2019. The airline is in the process of contacting affected guests who will be rebooked through either Calgary or Edmonton on WestJet-operated flights.

Westjet claims the safety of its passengers and crew is its top priority, its pilots have maintained their flying status on the 737-fleet, continuing to safely operate approximately 400 daily 737 departures.




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