WestJet will quickly relaunch its continuous service to quite a few worldwide and home locations from Nova Scotia for the primary time because the begin of the pandemic.
The announcement Monday comes on the heels of comparable bulletins by Porter Airways and Air Canada.
“We all know Canadians and worldwide guests are able to make their extremely anticipated return to journey this summer season, and Atlantic Canada has waited a very long time for the return of those important investments,” John Weatherill, chief industrial officer for WestJet, stated in a information launch.
The airline stated it would provide return flights from Halifax to London Gatwick as soon as each day beginning Might 1, Dublin 3 times every week beginning Might 1, Glasgow 3 times every week beginning Might 2, and Paris 4 instances every week beginning Might 7.
Inside North America, WestJet may even fly from Halifax to Sydney, N.S., St. John’s, Gander, N.L., Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Orlando. There may even be flights from Sydney, N.S., to Orlando as soon as every week.
Porter Airways introduced extra direct flights from Halifax to Billy Bishop Toronto Metropolis Airport beginning in April, with as much as 9 each day round-trip flights in summer season.
Final month, Air Canada introduced extra continuous flight choices from Halifax together with London Heathrow beginning April 30 and Vancouver beginning Might 1 with service as much as 5 instances weekly. Halifax to Boston flights will resume June 24. Direct flights to Calgary and Goose Bay, N.L., resume April 30.