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WestJet Airlines Ltd. is a Canadian airline with its main office in Calgary, Alberta, near Calgary International Airport. After Air Canada, it is the second-largest airline in Canada, with an average of 777 flights and more than 66,130 people carried every day. In 2018, WestJet was responsible for the transportation of 25.49 million passengers, which placed them as the ninth-largest airline in North America in terms of passengers carried. WestJet first flew its first passenger in 1996, two years after it had been established as a company. It was initially conceived as a low-cost alternative to the significant competitive airlines in the country. WestJet operates scheduled and charter aviation services to more than one hundred destinations in Canada, the United States of America, Europe, Asia, Mexico, and the Central American and Caribbean islands.
WestJet (WS) allows one carry-on bag and one personal item (purse, briefcase, laptop bag)
per passenger fee free.
Carry-on should not exceed the following size and weight restrictions:
45 linear inches (21 x 15 x 9 in) or 114 centimeters (53 x 38 x 23 cm) including handles and wheels
Fit in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you. Personal items should not exceed the following size and weight restrictions:
35 linear inches (16 x 13 x 6 in) or 89 centimeters (41 x 33 x 15 cm)
Fit in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you
A jacket, umbrella, diaper bag, duty-free items, and assistive devices (wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, strollers, child restraint seats, etc.) do not count towards your carry-on allowance.
WestJet's (WS) standard checked baggage / hold luggage policy details follow: Two bags standard, up to 4 bags maximum (3 bags maximum on WestJet Encore flights) Maximum dimensions: 62 inches or 157 centimeters (length + width + height) Maximum weight: 50 pounds or 23 kilograms
WestJet (WS) will charge CAD 100.00 / USD 118 for the third and fourth bags.
WestJet (WS) will charge the following for bags that are greater than the standard 50 pounds
or 23 kilograms:
51 to 100 pounds or 24 to 45 kilograms: CAD 75.00 / USD 88.50 per extra bag
Bags exceeding 100 pounds or 45 kilograms will not be accepted as checked baggage / hold luggage.
WestJet (WS) will charge $75.00 CAD / $88.50 USD extra for bags from 63 to 80 linear inches or 158 to 203 centimeters. Bags greater than 80 linear inches or 203 centimeters will not be accepted as checked baggage / hold luggage. Note: Passengers flying to/from Jamaica or Trinidad and Tobago are not permitted oversized baggage except for one golf bag containing golf clubs.
Now check in directly for a WestJet flight from the comfort of your home/office. Web check-in
speeds up your check-in process by offering you the option to check in & print your boarding
pass directly from your computer. In addition, the e-Boarding pass will also be sent to your
email address by the respective airline.
Web Check-in also allows you to check in your luggage in advance, select your seat and meal options(if available), and many more before you depart for the flight. To avail WestJet web check-in facility
According to the most recent available statistics, WestJet's fleet is made up of a total of 163 aircraft. Only six of these are considered to be twin-aisle jetliners, and these six all belong to the same model family. Specifically, these planes are examples of Boeing's mid-size 787-9 model, a kind of aircraft that WestJet utilizes on long-haul routes, including those that go to London and Paris.
Clive Beddoe, David Neeleman, Mark Hill, Tim Morgan, and Donald Bell are credited as the founders of Westjet on June 27, 1994. Southwest Airlines and Morris Air were the first to successfully implement the low-cost airline business model in the United States, which served as the foundation for WestJet. The fact that the airline's initial routes were all based in Western Canada led to the company's naming. On February 29, 1996, a Boeing 737-200 took off on the first WestJet flight. Initially, the airline had 225 personnel and a fleet of three pre-owned Boeing 737-200 aircraft, which it utilized to provide service to the cities of Calgary, Edmonton, Kelowna, Vancouver, and Winnipeg. By the year's ended, the organization had expanded its network to include Regina, Saskatoon, and Victoria.