WestJet’s regional air service, WestJet Link on October 27 celebrated the expansion of its services following its inaugural flight between the airline’s hub in Vancouver and Cranbrook, B.C.
Since its inception in June 2018, WestJet Link has operated more than 7,000 flights between WestJet’s home and largest hub in Calgary to Cranbrook, Lethbridge, Lloydminster, Medicine Hat and Prince George. In just over a year more than 200,000 guests have benefited from more convenient travel and better connectivity onto WestJet’s larger network through WestJet Link.
WestJet Link is operated through a capacity purchase agreement with Pacific Coastal Airlines using its fleet of WestJet-branded 34-seat Saab 340B aircraft. Each aircraft includes six seats available in WestJet Premium, offering guests advanced boarding, no-charge for two checked bags and seating at the front of the aircraft.
This winter, WestJet will operate more than 75 daily departures from Vancouver International Airport to 29 destinations.
Details of WestJet Link’s service between Vancouver and Cranbrook:
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Top Copyright Photo: WestJet Link – Pacific Coastal Airlines SAAB 340B C-GPCI (msn 407) YYC (Chris Sands). Image: 943493.