Trinidad and Tobago: The Canadian airline – WestJet has announced that it will be starting flights from Toronto to Trinidad and Tobago as a part of its winter schedule.
The Canadian airline, in their statement, notified that the flight would operate two flights weekly between Toronto and Port of Spain from December 17.
The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts – Melanie Mark, provided the information via her social media and cited that this new route will get activated over the winter period of this year.
The airline noted that “With the addition of 7 returning flights from – Toronto, WestJet will offer non-stop service to fifty-five destinations including 26 international, 17 domestic and 12 transborder this winter from Toronto.”
WestJet Chief Commercial Officer – John Weatherill cited that the airline is re-establishing connectivity with various regions as travel confidence develops.
Westjet’s first service in the Caribbean region was to Nassau, the Bahamas, in the year 2006.
About Westjet –
WestJet Airlines Ltd. is a – Canadian airline that was established on June 27 in 1994, by Clive Beddoe, Mark Hill, David Neeleman, Tim Morgan, and Donald Bell.
It commenced its operations in – 1996. The headquarters of the airline are located adjacent to the Calgary International Airport.
The second-largest Canadian airline started as a ‘low-cost alternative’ to the nations’ competing major airlines. WestJet provides air services of scheduled and charter to more than 100 destinations in – Canada, the United States, Europe, Mexico, Central America, & the Caribbean.
The airline operates an average of 777 flights which carry more than 66,130 passengers every day. WestJet is a subsidiary of – Kestrel Bidco Inc. with more than 14,000 employees and is not part of any airline alliance.