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WestJet Celebrates a Decade of Service to Europe With the Restart of Toronto-Dublin Flights

WestJet is celebrating 10 years of service to Europe with the touchdown of WestJet flight WS34 between Toronto Pearson and Dublin.  WestJet’s inaugural flight to Europe, between St. Johns and Dublin, took place in 2014.


WestJet Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner - Courtesy WestJet

On Saturday (March 2, 2024), WestJet announced the restart of service between Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Dublin International Airport (DUB).  As flight WS34 touched down in Dublin, WestJet marks a decade of service to Europe, with the first flight between St. Johns and Dublin taking to the skies in 2014. For Summer 2024, WestJet will connect three major Eastern Canadian cities with key destinations across Europe.   


In Saturday’s announcement, WestJet Group’s EVP and Chief Commercial Officer, John Weatherill, said,


“Service between Toronto and Dublin continues be an important part of WestJet's story, and we celebrate a decade of service that has strengthened ties between our two countries.  The return of daily seasonal service between Toronto and Dublin gives Canadians the opportunity to immerse themselves in the diverse landscapes, rich culture and warm hospitality of Ireland with the convenience and affordability WestJet is known for.”


Also commenting on WestJet’s restart of Toronto-Dublin service, Tourism Ireland’s Country Manager, Sandra Moffatt, said,


“As the gateway to Europe, direct flights between Canada and Ireland have revolutionized the tourism landscape, making it easier than ever for travellers to explore the enchanting beauty and rich heritage of Ireland.  This 10-year milestone represents not just a connection between our two nations, but an invitation for travellers to immerse themselves in the vibrant culture and warm hospitality that we have to offer.  As we celebrate this achievement, we look forward to welcoming even more visitors to experience the magic of Ireland firsthand and create lasting memories that will inspire future travel.”


WestJet's European Schedule for Summer 2024 - Courtesy WestJet

In 27 years of service, WestJet has cut airfares for Canadians in half and increased the flying population around Canada by over 50 percent.  The airline launched in 1996 with three aircraft, 250 employees and five destinations, and has now grown to more than 180 aircraft and 14,000 employees, offering service to over 100 destinations in 26 countries.



Source: WestJet

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