May 4, 2010
WestJet has expanded service to eight sun spots.
WestJet has launched its seasonal service between Toronto and Bermuda, a popular destination for incentive travel groups.
As part of its 2010 summer schedule, the airline is also expanding its seasonal service from Toronto to include year-round service to eight of its sun spots: Cancun, Bridgetown, Puerto Plata, Cayo Coco, Varadero, St. Lucia, Turks and Caicos and St. Martin/St. Maarten.
Under the new schedule, WestJet will fly once daily between Toronto and Bermuda until October 30.
“By flying directly from Bermuda to Toronto, we can provide guests with connections to the rest of our 31-city Canadian network with our own unique blend of low fares, high value and a world-class guest experience,” said Hugh Dunleavy, executive vice-president, strategy and planning.
WestJet offers scheduled service throughout a 68-city North American and Caribbean network.
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