WestJet Unveils New Flights to Mexico from Vancouver
Boosting sun-soaked leisure connections for British Columbia’s Lower Mainland
In a recent announcement, WestJet unveiled an enriched winter schedule for the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, significantly augmenting its sun and leisure routes from Vancouver International Airport to several highly sought-after Mexican destinations. WestJet has introduced a weekly non-stop service between Vancouver and the vibrant resort town of Ixtapa as part of its extended connectivity to Mexico.
“We are thrilled to bring more opportunity for our guests across B.C.’s Lower Mainland to seamlessly connect to their favorite destinations across Mexico this winter,” said Chris Avery, WestJet Vice-President, Network Planning, Alliances, and Commercial Development. “In alignment with our strategy, we are proud to add Vancouver to the list of Canadian communities through which we are creating extensive and affordable opportunities for our guests to plan their winter getaways.”
Vancouver – Cancun
Vancouver – Los Cabos
Vancouver – Ixtapa
Friday, December 22
Vancouver – Puerto Vallarta
Vancouver – Mazatlán
Friday, November 3
Vancouver – Huatulco
Sunday, October 29
In a bold move to increase its service capacity by 14 percent, WestJet is gearing up to offer the most seats for flights connecting Vancouver to Mexico this winter, cementing its position as the leading airline for this route from Vancouver International Airport.
Not stopping at that, WestJet is set to further boost its leisure and sun connectivity from the Lower Mainland region. As part of its network expansion, the airline will introduce additional sun-flying options from Abbotsford during the winter season.
Abbotsford – Puerto Vallarta
Tuesday, December 5
Abbotsford – Los Cabos
Monday, December 4
Expanding Horizons: WestJet Group Boosts Capacity
In a bid to uplift the travel experience for leisure seekers, WestJet has rolled out new sun connections that will serve the Lower Mainland. Sunwing Airlines, a recent yet significant addition to the WestJet Group, is further fortifying the region’s travel landscape. It is doing so by unveiling an expansive winter schedule catering to Vancouver. Learn more about Sunwing’s winter schedule.
WestJet has been dedicated to transforming Canada’s aviation landscape for over a quarter of a century. The airline, which started modestly in 1996 with a mere three aircraft, 250 employees, and five destinations, has grown exponentially. Today, it boasts a fleet of over 180 aircraft and a workforce of 14,000 strong, serving over 110 destinations in 24 countries. In this period, WestJet’s impact on the Canadian flying population has been nothing short of revolutionary. The company has effectively halved airfares, making air travel more accessible to Canadians. In fact, it is estimated that over 50 percent of the population in Canada