WestJet Airlines

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Provider, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. They were fine, decent entertainment but a bit no frills. They were always a couple of hundred cheaper and I find Glasgow and Manchester a better option than Heathrow. WestJet were fine too, like a better EasyJet if you like.
     
  2. Provider

    Provider Winger

    On some of the dates we've looked BA have been the cheapest option. We're looking at June at the moment and looking to go to the other side of the country to Toronto so it's a bit more expensive than £340.
     
  3. Northern

    Northern Midfield

    Yeah suspect it will be, just wanted to let you know as a ball park figure really and that some of the flag carriers can be pretty cheap too when taking into consideration baggage, flight flexibility etc
     
  4. rebski

    rebski Full Back

    I'd put Westjet and Air Transat in the same no frills category.

    Last time we flew home went via Dublin with Aer Lingus on the return journey as it was the cheapest option and found that to be decent.

    Have generally found Air Canada (the main airline - never tried Air Canada Rouge) to be the best service-wise.
     
  5. Brian Griffin

    Brian Griffin Winger

    Used them a few time - mainly around Canada, and yes, they're fine.
     
  6. The Exile

    The Exile Striker

    West-Midwest-midair. Just saying.
     
  7. squashjoe

    squashjoe Striker

    Mother going to Vancouver in the morning and the 767 is about 27 years old. Oh well it's cheap.
     
  8. Quench

    Quench Winger

    We’ve done Vancouver twice with air transat. As good as BA I would say. Certainly more comfortable than the old 747s BA use long haul
     
  9. Jasper

    Jasper Striker

    BA fly the A380 in and out of Vancouver now like.
     
  10. Quench

    Quench Winger

    That would be ok. We normally fly BA to Cape Town to see family, that’s still a 747
     
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  11. Alan BStard

    Alan BStard Striker

    Done Air Transat to Vancouver loads of times, nowt wrong with them at all.
     
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  12. bryc1

    bryc1 Striker

    West Jet have a fleet of 787’s on order apparently..
     
  13. Geronimo

    Geronimo Striker

    I've used them.

    Very good
     
  14. squashjoe

    squashjoe Striker

    Looks like they are bringing them in, 767's are over 27 years old and are backwards and forwards far too often for my liking.
     
  15. bryc1

    bryc1 Striker

    I was on one recently to Calgary i didnt realise they were that old. Nicely refurbished which is more than I could say for the 737’s they have..
     
  16. They've only just started the Trans-Atlantic flights. Early days to rate the service.

    In Canada, they're a major carrier for internal flights competing with Air Canada. I wouldn't call them a budget airline as their prices are generally identical to scheduled airline prices.
     

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