NAV CANADA to resume nighttime service at twelve B.C. locations

OTTAWA, July 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NAV CANADA will restore regular nighttime air navigation services at twelve locations in British Columbia, beginning August 4, 2020. This decision was made after considering both the regional public health environment and operational requirements.

In May 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic NAV CANADA temporarily suspended overnight air navigation services at 18 facilities, including air traffic control towers, flight service stations and locations which receive remote airport aerodrome advisory service. These measures reduced the exposure of NAV CANADA’s essential employees to the coronavirus, while ensuring that critical air navigation services remained available when they were most needed.

NAV CANADA remains fully committed to safeguarding the health of our employees and the resiliency of our services. The company will remain vigilant and regularly reassess the COVID-19 situation.

Quick Facts

  •       Midnight operations will be restored at the following sites.
Aerodrome Advisory Service
SiteEffective DateEffective Time
Terrace, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Cranbrook, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Fort Nelson, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Fort St. John, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Kamloops, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Penticton, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Port Hardy, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Remote Aerodrome Advisory Service
SiteEffective DateEffective Time
Sandspit, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Abbotsford, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Victoria, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Kelowna, BCAugust 4, 202022:00 local
Tofino, BCAugust 5, 202022:00 local
  • Pilots can receive detailed information about these new levels of service through NOTAM.
  • The temporary suspension of overnight services remains in effect at Prince Albert (Glass Field) SK (CYPA), Red Deer, AB (CYQF), Deer Lake, NL (CYDF), St. Anthony, NL (CYAY), Charlottetown, PE (CYYG), Saint John, NB (CYSJ), and Sydney/J.A. Douglas McCurdy, NS (CYQY). The need for temporary measures at these remaining sites will continue to be assessed based on the prevailing regional public health environment and operational considerations.
  • Safeguard measures, including enhanced cleaning protocols and restricting visitor access remains in effect at all NAV CANADA operational units.

Passengers aboard flights from Kelowna, Montreal warned of COVID-19 exposure

News from CBC News – link to story

B.C. Centre for Disease Control advisory includes two new domestic and two international flights

CBC News · Posted: Jul 13, 2020

Two new domestic flights into Vancouver have been flagged after a passenger was confirmed to have COVID-19, one from Kelowna and one from Montreal. (Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press)

The B.C. Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) is advising the public of two new domestic flights into Vancouver  — one from Kelowna and one from Montreal — that had a passenger infected with COVID-19.

The updates were made to the agency’s public exposures website on Monday.

The flights are:

  • Air Canada flight 8421 from Kelowna to Vancouver, July 6.
  • Air Canada flight 311 from Montreal to Vancouver, July 8.

There have also been two international flights into B.C. this month with COVID-19 exposure advisories, according to BCCDC:

  • American Airline flight 1270 from Dallas to Vancouver, July 6.
  • United Airlines flight 375 from San Francisco to Vancouver, July 7.

According the BCCDC, passengers should self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days following the flight.

Passengers aboard international flights into British Columbia must self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days under the Quarantine Act.

The agency says B.C. health officials stopped directly notifying passengers of COVID-19 contacts on domestic flights March 27. Instead passengers should refer to the public exposures list online for the latest information.

WestJet expands August schedule, updates July flying

From WESTJET, an Alberta Partnership 

Schedule highlights airline’s continued service to 39 Canadian cities from coast-to-coast

Airline’s stringent health and safety measures ensure Canadians can travel safely to 48 destinations

CALGARY, AB, July 13, 2020 /CNW/ – WestJet today released its updated August schedule featuring more than 200 daily flights to 48 destinations across Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, Mexico and Europe. The schedule features service to 39 domestic airports and further highlights the airline’s commitment to ensuring air service and regional connectivity is available to Canadians from coast-to-coast.

The updated schedule is supported by the layered framework WestJet has built to ensure Canadians can continue to travel safely and responsibly through the airline’s Safety Above All hygiene program. The airline continues to provide flexibility in booking, change and cancellation policies for guests.

“With the many safeguards and procedures in place, we are certain Canadians can safely resume travel to destinations across our network,” said Arved von zur Muehlen, WestJet Chief Commercial Officer. “We continue to adapt our schedule to meet the needs of our guests and through our continued investments economies can begin to recover with the support of domestic tourism driven by air travel.”

Between July 15 through to September 4, 2020, WestJet will increase domestic frequencies and offer operations to 48 destinations including 39 in Canada, five in the U.S., two in Europe, one in the Caribbean, one in Mexico.

The airline will reintroduce non-stop Dreamliner service from Calgary to London (Gatwick) and Paris effective August 20, 2020 and will continue to serve five key transborder destinations including Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York (LaGuardia) and Orlando. The airline will also offer service to Cancun, Mexico and will resume operations once-weekly to Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Continued von zur Muehlen, “Despite these headwinds, we are committed to ensuring air travel remains affordable and accessible to Canadians from coast-to-coast during this difficult time. While an increase in flying is a positive sign, we are prudently monitoring our guests loads to ensure we are managing our airline and the health of our guests and crew responsibly.”

The August schedule reflects approximately a 10 per cent increase in flying from July, but a decrease of 75 per cent less flying from August 2019. It also includes select frequency reductions and temporary domestic route suspensions between stations across Canada due to continued border closures and provincial travel restrictions.  

At this time, the airline is planning on operating the following domestic routes and frequencies from July 16 to September 4. The below frequencies represent peak service within this time frame:


Calgary-Abbotsford2x daily
Calgary-Comox1x daily
Calgary-Cranbrook4x weekly
Calgary-Fort St. John2x daily
Calgary-Kamloops1x daily
Calgary-Kelowna3x daily
Calgary-Nanaimo1x daily
Calgary-Penticton1x daily
Calgary-Vancouver7x daily
Calgary-Victoria2x daily
Calgary-Edmonton6x daily
Calgary-Fort McMurray3x daily
Calgary-Grande Prairie3x daily
Calgary-Lethbridge3x weekly
Calgary-Lloydminster2x weekly
Calgary-Medicine Hat2x weekly
Calgary-Yellowknife4x weekly
Calgary-Brandon3x weekly
Calgary-Regina3x daily
Calgary-Saskatoon3x daily
Calgary-Winnipeg3x daily
Calgary-Hamilton4x weekly
Calgary-Kitchener/Waterloo4x weekly
Calgary-Toronto6x daily
Edmonton-Comox2x weekly
Edmonton-Kelowna6x weekly
Edmonton-Vancouver3x daily
Edmonton-Victoria1x daily
Edmonton-Calgary6x daily
Edmonton-Fort McMurray6x weekly
Edmonton-Grande Prairie6x weekly
Edmonton-Regina5x weekly
Edmonton-Saskatoon6x weekly
Edmonton-Winnipeg6x weekly
Edmonton-Toronto3x daily
Fort McMurray-Calgary3x daily
Fort McMurray-Edmonton6x weekly
Grande Prairie-Calgary3x daily
Grande Prairie-Edmonton6x weekly
Lethbridge-Calgary3x weekly
Lloydminster-Calgary2x weekly
Medicine Hat-Calgary2x weekly
Yellowknife-Calgary4x weekly


Abbotsford-Calgary2x daily
Comox-Calgary1x daily
Cranbrook-Calgary4x weekly
Fort St John-Calgary2x daily
Fort St John-Vancouver4x weekly
Kamloops-Calgary1x daily
Kelowna-Vancouver1x daily
Kelowna-Calgary3x daily
Kelowna-Edmonton6x weekly
Nanaimo-Calgary1x daily
Penticton-Calgary1x daily
Prince George-Vancouver3x daily
Terrace-Vancouver1x daily
Vancouver-Kelowna1x daily
Vancouver-Prince George3x daily
Vancouver-Terrace1x daily
Vancouver-Victoria2x daily
Vancouver-Calgary7x daily
Vancouver-Edmonton3x daily
Vancouver-Winnipeg6x weekly
Vancouver-Toronto4x daily
Victoria-Vancouver2x daily
Victoria-Calgary2x daily
Victoria-Edmonton1x daily


Hamilton-Calgary4x weekly
Kitchener/Waterloo-Calgary4x weekly
London, ON-Toronto6x weekly
Ottawa-Calgary6x weekly
Ottawa-Toronto4x daily
Ottawa-Halifax2x weekly
Thunder Bay-Winnipeg2x weekly
Thunder Bay-Toronto6x weekly
Toronto-Vancouver4x daily
Toronto-Calgary6x daily
Toronto-Edmonton3x daily
Toronto-Regina3x weekly
Toronto-Saskatoon3x weekly
Toronto-Winnipeg3x daily
Toronto-London, ON6x weekly
Toronto-Ottawa4x daily
Toronto-Thunder Bay4x weekly
Toronto-Montreal4x daily
Toronto-Quebec City4x weekly
Toronto-Charlottetown6x weekly
Toronto-Deer Lake4x weekly
Toronto-Fredericton5x weekly
Toronto-Halifax3x daily
Toronto-Moncton5x weekly
Toronto-St. John’s (NL)1x daily


Brandon-Calgary3x weekly
Regina-Calgary3x daily
Regina-Edmonton5x weekly
Regina-Toronto3x weekly
Saskatoon-Calgary3x daily
Saskatoon-Edmonton6x weekly
Saskatoon-Winnipeg2x weekly
Saskatoon-Toronto3x weekly
Winnipeg-Vancouver6x weekly
Winnipeg-Calgary3x daily
Winnipeg-Edmonton6x weekly
Winnipeg-Saskatoon2x weekly
Winnipeg-Thunder Bay2x weekly
Winnipeg-Toronto3x daily


Montreal-Calgary6x weekly
Montreal-Toronto4x daily
Quebec City-Toronto4x weekly


Charlottetown-Toronto6x weekly
Deer Lake-Toronto4x weekly
Fredericton-Toronto5x weekly
Halifax-Calgary1x daily
Halifax-Ottawa2x weekly
Halifax-Toronto3x daily
Halifax- St. John’s (NL)1x daily
Halifax-Sydney2x weekly
Moncton-Toronto5x weekly
St. John’s (NL)-Toronto1x daily
St. John’s (NL)-Halifax1x daily
Sydney-Halifax2x weekly

At this time, the airline is planning on operating the following transborder and international routes from July 16 to September 4, 2020.

MarketPlanned frequency
Calgary – Los Angeles3x weekly
Calgary – Las Vegas2x weekly
Calgary – Atlanta4x weekly
Calgary – London Gatwick3 weekly effective August 20
Calgary – Paris2x weekly effective August 20
Vancouver – Los Angeles3x weekly
Toronto – LaGuardia5x weekly
Toronto – Orlando1x weekly
Toronto – Cancun1x weekly
Toronto – Montego Bay1x weekly

Temporary domestic route suspensions for July 16 – September 4, 2020.

MarketPrevious frequency
Vancouver – Nanaimo2x daily
Vancouver – Comox1x daily
Vancouver – Saskatoon1x daily
Vancouver – Cranbrook1x daily
Vancouver – Ottawa2x daily
Vancouver – Montreal13x weekly
Vancouver – Halifax6x weekly
Kelowna – Victoria2x daily
Calgary – Prince George1x daily
Calgary – London, ON2x daily
Calgary – Quebec City4x weekly
Calgary – Charlottetown4x weekly
Calgary – St. John’s1x daily
Edmonton – Yellowknife1x daily
Edmonton – Ottawa4x weekly
Edmonton – Montreal3x weekly
Edmonton – Halifax10x weekly
Edmonton – St. John’s4x weekly
Winnipeg – Regina1x daily
Winnipeg – Ottawa1x daily
Winnipeg – Montreal1x daily
Winnipeg – Halifax1x daily
Toronto – Victoria4x weekly
Toronto – Kelowna1x daily
Toronto – Sydney6x weekly
Halifax – Montreal2x daily

Central Mountain Air Resumes Flying to Routes in Alberta and British Columbia

From Central Mountain Air

Central Mountain Air Adds Flights to Alberta and British Columbia and Introduces a Leading Cancellation Policy

SMITHERS, BC, July 9, 2020 /CNW/ – Following the safe and successful July 7th relaunch of scheduled service to five British Columbian cities, Central Mountain Air (CMA) today announced the resumption of flights between three additional Alberta and British Columbia destinations: Fort Nelson (YYE), High Level (YOJ), and Edmonton (YEG). While the new route schedule does not commence until September 14th, 2020, flights are already available for booking on their website.

Central Mountain Air is resuming flights to destinations in British Columbia and Alberta. (CNW Group/Central Mountain Air Ltd.)
Central Mountain Air is resuming flights to destinations in British Columbia and Alberta. (CNW Group/Central Mountain Air Ltd.)

“We are very pleased that CMA is working toward restoring scheduled air service to the community of High Level,” said High Level Mayor Crystal McAteer. “CMA has provided a valuable service to our community and been a valued corporate sponsor. The Town recognizes the toll that COVID has taken on our businesses and our citizens. We are aware of the affect this virus has had on air carriers and greatly appreciate CMA’s effort to restore our access to this important mode of travel.”

Modifications to Current Schedule

In response to customer demand, flights currently running between Fort St. John, Kamloops, Kelowna, Prince George, and Terrace on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays will be changed to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays effective August 9th, 2020.

Book with Confidence
Leading booking policy and flight cancellation assurance

CMA is also enhancing its existing Booking Policy to provide customers with friendlier cancellation options. Passengers booked on their Flex fare classes are eligible for refunds to their original form of payment up to 72 hours before their flight, without any extra fees.

“CMA is proud to lead the Canadian airline industry with this refund policy,” said Bob Cummings, CMA’s Chief Executive Officer. “Our customers are responding to unprecedented change and need this peace of mind. We also plan to lead the industry in terms of our flight scheduling approach,” said Cummings. “We are committed to running our schedule as published, we built the schedule to maximize our confidence in minimizing the need to combine, cancel or change flights.”

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality Mayor Gary Foster was delighted with the announcement: “CMA is a valued transportation service provider to Fort Nelson as the hub of the Northern Rockies, and the resumption of CMA flights is a welcome step on the road to the new post-COVID-19 normal.”

Partnering with Communities on Safety

As CMA resumes and grows its schedule, customer safety remains our primary concern. “We have worked closely with each of the communities we serve to ensure their health indicators and demand support scheduled service,” said Cummings. “We know how much these communities rely on our connectivity and are proud to partner with them on this schedule.”

Tom Ruth, President & CEO of Edmonton International Airport (EIA), added, “We look forward to welcoming back our valued partner CMA as an essential air service link to Prince George and High Level. While we are rebuilding our economy, EIA’s top priority continues to be safety and security, and our EIA Ready program demonstrates our commitment to ensuring a clean and safe passenger journey.”

Through July 17th, passengers can book using the promo code RELAUNCH, which provides a 10% discount for travel through October 31st.

Masks to be made mandatory at Kelowna International Airport

News from Global News – link to story

By Darrian Matassa-Fung, Global News, Posted July 2, 2020

Starting Friday, all people inside YLW will be required to wear masks or face coverings.
Starting Friday, all people inside YLW will be required to wear masks or face coverings. Global News

As business resumes at the Kelowna International Airport during the coronavirus pandemic, more precautions are being put in place to help protect travellers and staff.

YLW will require that masks or face coverings be worn at all times while in public areas. 

Children under the age of two and people with medical conditions that prevent mask usage are exempt, according to the airport.

The airport says the new measures have been put in place due to an increase in air service and passengers.

“We’re expanding on measures at the airport effective Friday,” said Phillip Elchitz, a senior manager at YLW.

The new mandatory mask requirement will come into effect on Friday, July 3.

The requirement will be for any person inside YLW, including workers, volunteers, visitors and travellers.

It’s an expansion on a federal rule that requires travellers to wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.

The airport says staff are focused on ensuring the health and well-being of everyone at YLW and that they are working closely with government and health officials.

A non-medical face covering can be as simple as a bandana or scarf that fully covers the nose and mouth. 

“If you go to the provincial government websites there is an outline of what is required,” said Elchitz.

Passengers will still be subject to a health check before boarding a flight and will be denied entry to the plane if they fail any of the questions.

YLW says it’s regularly reviewing existing safety measures and will adjust as necessary to combat COVID-19.YLW to stop hosting international passenger flights April 9 for duration of pandemic

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WestJet releases July schedule to get Canadians exploring again

From WestJet, an Alberta Partnership

Airline continues to focus on significant safety and hygiene enhancements to ensure a safe travel journey

CALGARY, AB, June 15, 2020 /CNW/ – WestJet today released its updated July schedule, developed to allow Canadians the pleasure of summer travel while economically supporting communities across the country in safely reopening travel and domestic tourism. In addition, the airline has added flights to select U.S. markets.

To ensure guests can book with confidence, the airline maintains its stringent Safety Above All hygiene program and continues to provide flexibility in booking, change and cancellation policies.

“Today’s schedule reflects our commitment to orderly and safe travel while providing steps to allow Canadians to get out, explore, and take part in critical economic activities like staying in hotels, eating out, visiting tourist attractions or simply just travelling to see friends and family,” said Arved von zur Muehlen, WestJet Chief Commercial Officer. “Governments and Canadians from coast-to-coast are working together to lessen the impact of this pandemic and we are grateful that these efforts have put us in a position to add more options for travel this July.”

From July 5 through August 4, 2020, WestJet will offer operations to 45 destinations including 39 in Canada, five in the U.S. and one in Mexico an increase of approximately 102 per cent more flights from June, but down 76 per cent from July 2019.

Continued von zur Muehlen, “As we emerge from the pandemic, health vigilance must be balanced with the gradual reopening of our economy. WestJet has done our part and spent millions of dollars to ensure the safety and well-being of our guests and our people. We’re ready to get Canadians flying.”

On March 22, WestJet suspended its international and transborder operations. The airline’s schedule now contains flights to key transborder and international destinations including Los Angeles (LAX), Atlanta (ATL) and Las Vegas (LAS).

“Jurisdictions around the world are opening, allowing citizens to begin flying once again which is kickstarting their economies for recovery. We’ve heard from the communities we serve and look forward to having Canadians safely participate and stimulate domestic tourism this summer,” stated von zur Muehlen.

At this time, the airline is planning on operating the following domestic routes and frequencies from July 5 – August 4.

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Kelowna International Airport gears up for more flights, passengers

News from Global News – link to story

BY JULES KNOX GLOBAL NEWS | Posted June 9, 2020

Kelowna International Airport expects flights to more destinations to resume throughout June and July.
 Kelowna International Airport expects flights to more destinations to resume throughout June and July. Global News File

Kelowna International Airport is gearing up to welcome more passengers back soon.

In June and July, Central Mountian Air, Flair Airlines and Pacific Coastal Airlines are expected to resume flights from Kelowna to Victoria, Prince George, Calgary and Edmonton.

Air Canada is currently operating flights to Vancouver twice a day, and WestJet has two flights a day to Calgary and Vancouver.

Airport officials said passenger numbers dropped by 96 per cent in April and May. They expect it will take several years for YLW to fully recover.

As provinces start to reopen, officials expect to see additional destinations added and increased frequency of flights.

New federal requirements require all travellers to have a removable non-medical mask or face covering large enough to cover their mouth and nose.

YLW officials are encouraging people to bring their own mask. In a news release, the airport said that masks will be available for purchase, but supplies will be limited.

Passengers will also be subject to a health check before boarding, and anyone with COVID-19 symptoms will not be allowed to travel unless a medical certificate is presented confirming symptoms are unrelated to the coronavirus.

Officials also said that all Canadians returning to B.C. from international destinations must self-isolate for 14 days and submit a self-isolation plan for approval prior to arriving in Canada.

To try to keep passengers safe, plexiglass barriers have been installed and more hand sanitizer stations have been added throughout the terminal.

Officials said they’ve also enhanced cleaning of high-touch areas and are installing new physical distancing floor decals.

Local pilot organizes flyover downtown Kelowna in honour of CF Snowbird crash

News from Kelowna Capital News – link to story

Trevor Jones, 21, organized the event. (Photo – Facebook)

Local pilot organizes flyover downtown Kelowna in honour of CF Snowbird crash

Residents can catch the flyover around 1:30 to 1:45 p.m. on May 18

DANIEL TAYLOR | 18 May 2020

A Kelowna pilot is organizing a formation fly over downtown Kelowna in honour of the fatal Snowbird crash that occurred in Kamloops on Sunday.

On Sunday, May 17, two jets took off from Kamloops Airport at about 11:30 a.m., bound for Comox, when one rose, then circled and crashed in the Brocklehurst neighbourhood. Captain Jenn Casey, from Halifax, NS was killed in the crash, while Capt. Richard MacDougall survived with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

On Monday, May 18, Kelowna resident Trevor Jones will be flying over downtown Kelowna with 12 other planes in honour of Casey. You will be able to catch the formation at around 1:30 to 1:45 p.m.

The planes will be doing two passes downtown before a finale fly by Kelowna International Airport.

The flyby may be subject to change due to weather conditions.

Snowbirds – 17 May Schedule (Okanagan) – Cancelled

From CF Snowbirds

Please refer to our other posts related today’s crash on the sad loss of Capt. Jennifer Casey, a member of the Snowbirds team. Our Snowbird’s Schedule will also contain details from RCAF and the CF Snowbirds (located on our top & sidebar options).

OKANAGAN: We know some areas are starting to clear up, however transit through some of the mountain passes have very low cloud cover which is unsafe for flying 9 jets. We are going to preposition to Comox to start working our way west.

Don’t worry, the longer term forecast looks better and we plan to be back on our way home to Moose Jaw! Keep watching our page for updates and enjoy your Sunday!

CF Snowbirds ~ 17 May 2020 at 10:22 am PDT

#opinspiration #cfsnowbirds #rcaf #okanagan

WestJet Update: 10 May • Schedule to 4 July 2020

From Westjet – 10 May 2020


WestJet has updated its schedule from June 5 through to July 4, 2020 to address significantly reduced guest demand for air travel while continuing to keep critical economic lifelines open for essential travel and cargo. At this time, WestJet is also extending its temporary transborder and international route suspensions through June 25, 2020. Guests with travel booked after June 5 through July 4, will be proactively notified of their options. Full schedule details are available on

It is through the hard work and dedication of teams across WestJet that we continue to provide safe, on-time air travel throughout Canada. We thank all WestJetters and our airport partners for their support during this time. For information on WestJet’s COVID-19 response including health, safety and cleaning protocols, visit the WestJet COVID-19 site here

Domestic route suspensions from June 5 through July 4, 2020 

Market Previous frequency 
Vancouver – Nanaimo 2x daily 
Vancouver – Comox 1x daily 
Vancouver – Regina 4x weekly 
Vancouver – Saskatoon 1x daily 
Vancouver – Winnipeg 3x daily 
Vancouver – Fort St. John 1x daily 
Vancouver – Cranbrook 1x daily 
Vancouver – Ottawa 2x daily 
Vancouver – Montreal 6 to 13x weekly 
Vancouver – Halifax 6x weekly 
Kelowna – Victoria 12x weekly 
Calgary – Prince George 1x daily 
Calgary – Ottawa 2x daily 
Calgary – Montreal 2x daily 
Calgary – London, ON 1 to 2x daily 
Calgary – Halifax 3x daily 
Calgary – St. John’s 1x daily 
Edmonton – Comox 8x weekly 
Edmonton – Victoria 20x weekly 
Edmonton – Kelowna 7x daily 
Edmonton – Grande Prairie 13x weekly 
Edmonton – Yellowknife 1x daily 
Edmonton – Saskatoon 3x daily 
Edmonton – Regina 3x daily 
Edmonton – Winnipeg 20x weekly 
Edmonton – Ottawa 4x weekly 
Edmonton – Montreal 3x weekly 
Edmonton – Halifax 10x weekly 
Edmonton – St. John’s 4x weekly 
Winnipeg – Ottawa 1x daily 
Winnipeg – Regina 1x daily 
Winnipeg – Halifax 1x daily 
Toronto – Victoria 4x weekly 
Toronto – Regina 10x weekly 
Toronto – Saskatoon 12x weekly 
Halifax – Montreal 2x daily 

The following domestic markets will have a new seasonal start date: 

Market New start date 
Calgary – Quebec City 6-Jul-20 
Calgary – Charlottetown 5-Jul-20 
Winnipeg – Montreal 5-Jul-20 
Toronto – Kelowna 5-Jul-20 
Toronto – Sydney, NS 5-Jul-20 


While we may be physically distancing, we know moms will still be feeling the love today. Over the last three weeks, WestJet Cargo has helped deliver 15 tonnes of flowers across Canada — just in time for Mother’s Day.