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The WestJet Group recently announced it would temporarily cease international flying to 14 sun destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean in response to a request from the Government of Canada.

WestJet recently annnounced its intent to return its fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to passenger service in a phased and transparent approach. The airline's plans follow an announcement from Transport Canada (TC) on December 17, 2020 where TC safety experts validated the aircraft design changes and outlined requirements for Canadian carriers.

WestJet recently announced it will be adding the island of Bonaire to its Caribbean destinations with its new non-stop once-weekly seasonal service from Toronto starting February 06.

WestJet, on July 21 concluded its repatriation flight programme in collaboration with the Government of Canada, following the airline's final flight from Port of Spain (POS), Trinidad and Tobago to Toronto (YYZ), Canada on Friday, July 17.

WestJet has celebrated carrying guests for the first time to the snorkeling and diving paradise of Roatán, Honduras following a recent inaugural flight between Toronto and Roatán.

WestJet recenctly announced that western Canadians looking to visit Rome, Italy will now have seasonal non-stop service on the airline's state-of-the-art Dreamliner, starting May 02, 2020, subject to government approvals.

As part of its 2019-2020 winter schedule, WestJet announced a hot new reason to travel south this winter to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

WestJet officially launched its new Boeing Dreamliner featuring its new long-haul business cabin seats between Calgary and London, Gatwick with the departure of WS1.

WestJet became the only airline connecting Calgarians non-stop to Atlanta, when its inaugural flight between Calgary International Airport (YYC) and Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) took place.

WestJet announced it has expanded its codeshare relationship with Qantas by placing its WS code and flight numbers on Qantas-operated flights between Los Angeles and Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.