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WestJet to Launch Service Between Toronto and Dublin From May 15, 2022

WestJet will launch new seasonal service between Toronto and Dublin starting May 15, 2022. The carrier will offer four weekly flights, increasing to daily service by June 2, 2022. The route will be operated with a Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft featuring a new Premium cabin.

WestJet Boeing 737-8 MAX - Photo Credit: WestJet/PRNewswire

On Tuesday (October 5, 2021), WestJet announced the launch of new seasonal service between their Toronto (YYZ) hub and Dublin (DUB), Ireland starting May 15, 2022. The route will operate four times weekly, increasing to daily service by June 2, 2022, and will be serviced with a Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft. The flights will feature WestJet’s newly redesigned Premium Cabin, an enhanced inflight dining experience, and a wider 2X2 seat configuration. To celebrate the route launch, WestJet is offering inclusive one-way fares from CAD $272 and Inclusive roundtrip fares from CAD $499. The introductory fares are available for 200 seats in each direction when booked in Canada through October 12, 2021, for travel from May 15th through June 18, 2022.

In Tuesday’s announcement, WestJet’s Chief Commercial Officer, John Weatherill, said,

“As demand increases, we know travellers are looking for convenient and affordable options for travel between Canada and Europe. As we continue to focus on expanding our network from our Toronto hub where we offer 33 international destinations, these flights will further strengthen business and leisure ties between Canada and Ireland and will increase connectivity between two key markets.”

WestJet's Seasonal Service Schedule Between Toronto and Dublin - Courtesy WestJet

Celebrating 25 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 100 destinations in 23 countries (pre-pandemic). Even during these unprecedented times, the carrier has maintained their rating by Cirium as one of the top ten airlines for on-time performance in North America.

Source: WestJet


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