New flight options from Nanaimo and Fort St. John. Plus a shuttle between Van and Vic.
From the Globe and Mail, Feb 11, 2013
"WestJet continues its shift from its folksy, uncomplicated roots. New flights announced Monday are from Calgary to Dallas, connecting the Canadian oil industry to the heart of the U.S. oil sector, and from Toronto to Myrtle Beach, N.C., catering to leisure travellers, marking WestJet’s further push into the United States. Those flights begin April 29 and May 2, respectively.
"Also on Monday, the company unveiled the first routes of its regional subsidiary WestJet Encore, with new flights out of Nanaimo, B.C., to Calgary, and Fort St. John, B.C., to Calgary and Vancouver, all using short-haul Bombardier Q400s. Those flights, plus new shuttle flights between Vancouver and Victoria, begin June 24.
"The airline is also introducing a new premium economy class seating that is targeted to business fliers."