WestJet Link launch is delayed

New livery for Pacific Coastal, new SAAB 340B

WestJet has announced a delay in the launch of WestJet Link, a capacity purchase agreement between WestJet and Pacific Coastal Airlines, to June 2018. The delay comes as Pacific Coastal continues their work in order to be fully able to meet WestJet’s operational requirements.

WestJet Link routes and revised launch dates:

Route Frequency Effective
Calgary – Cranbrook Three times daily June 20, 2018
Calgary – Prince George Once daily June 20, 2018
Calgary – Lethbridge Three times daily June 21, 2018
Calgary – Lloydminster Once daily June 21, 2018
Calgary – Medicine Hat Three times daily June 22, 2018

Pacific Coastal Airlines has entered into a Capacity Purchase Agreement (CPA) with WestJet. Operating under the name WestJet Link, Pacific Coastal Airlines’ aircraft will connect the communities of Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Cranbrook, Lloydminster and Prince George to WestJet’s hub at the Calgary International Airport.

All WestJet Link flights will be operated by Pacific Coastal using 34-seat Saab 340B aircraft painted in WestJet colors.

Copyright Photo: Pacific Coastal Airlines SAAB 340B C-FPCU (msn 338) YVR (Ton Jochems). Image: 928367.

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