WestJet is spreading its wings across the Atlantic for the first time in 2014, with flights to Dublin
Calgary-based WestJet is spreading its wings across the Atlantic for the first time with flights to Dublin.
The airline announced today that it will start offering daily non-stop service from St. John’s to the Irish capital next June, 2014.
The flights will be aboard WestJet's Boeing Next-Generation 737-700 series aircraft.
Daily same-aircraft flights will also be offered from Toronto with one stop-over, as well as daily flights between Ottawa and St. John's connecting to Dublin. The airline will add connecting flights to Dublin from Ottawa, Halifax, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg and other cities in the airline’s network.
One-way flights from St. John’s to Dublin will start at $199 and the service will be seasonal, operating from June 15 to Oct. 5.