WestJet extends its transatlantic service with additional route connecting Eastern Canada to the United Kingdom.
WestJet has revealed new branding to fit the airline’s repositioning from a low-cost carrier to a full-service airline.
Canada’s WestJet has revealed the design of its new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner with a new livery, logo and cabin interior, which reposition the brand to compete with North America’s flagship carriers, and directly targeting Air Canada. A version of this story […]
Boeing and Canada’s aviation industry plan to turn leftover branches, sawdust and other forest-industry waste into jet fuel.
WestJet has taken receipt of the first of four Boeing 767-300 aircraft which the Canadian low-cost carrier will use for non-stop service to European destinations, starting with London Gatwick.
WestJet has demonstrated the sort of forward-thinking and lateral-thinking solutions-oriented impetus it takes to set new heights of service in the aviation industry. The Canadian Low-Cost Carrier has turned the boarding process paradigm on its head with its new pre-seated boarding process: “Smart Seats.”
Flying on the success of last year’s Spirit of Giving campaign, WestJet has taken this year’s program overseas bringing what the airline calls a “Canadian Christmas” to the disadvantaged community of Nuevo Renacer, Puerto Plata, in the Dominican Republic. The […]
As far as I know, WestJet have yet to serve honey-roasted peanuts on their flights. I’m not talking about the snack, though. I’m talking about their product strategy. Flight Chic readers will know than when I talk peanuts, I mean […]