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WestJet provides critical air access to New Brunswick with introduction of service between Fredericton and Calgary

Apr 09, 2024

Beginning June 20, 2024, WestJet will operate new non-stop, twice weekly seasonal service between Fredericton and Calgary, igniting two-way tourism and business opportunities, while also bolstering connectivity between Atlantic Canada and WestJet's global hub in Calgary.

"The addition of service between Fredericton and Calgary is a testament to our ongoing commitment to deliver on our promise to expand our service in Atlantic Canada through critical east-to-west connectivity, which has been met with strong community support," said Andrew Gibbons, WestJet Vice-President of External Affairs. "The route we are celebrating today will not only foster enhanced business and leisure ties but further strengthen the connection between the vibrant and unique economies in both Fredericton and Calgary."

RouteFrequencyStart DateEnd DateDepartureArrival
Calgary-Fredericton2x weeklyJune 20October 289:1517:00
Fredericton-Calgary2x weeklyJune 20October 2817:5020:05

"We're delighted to welcome WestJet's non-stop route from Fredericton to Calgary," said Johanne Gallant, President and CEO of the Fredericton International Airport Authority. "YFC is a growing airport in a thriving region, and this new flight brings the connectivity families, businesses and visitors are looking for."

"WestJet's new Calgary-Fredericton service will be great news to a growing number of Albertans looking to vacation in the Fredericton and the rest of the Maritimes," said David Seabrook, Director of Tourism for the Fredericton Capital Region. "The connections between family and friends in the two provinces are historically very strong and this new route will be great for those wanting to plan a visit to New Brunswick's Capital City this summer."

Summer 2024 schedule reinforces WestJet's leading leisure position for Atlantic Canada

The service between Fredericton and Calgary is in addition to WestJet's previously announced expansive summer schedule for Atlantic Canada, featuring over 25 non-stop routes connecting six Atlantic markets across Canada and beyond.

Guests travelling from Atlantic Canada will also be one stop away from accessing WestJet's growing list of global destinations, including to Incheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo's Narita International Airport through WestJet's global hub in Calgary.

RoutePeak travel FrequencyStart Date
Fredericton – Calgary2x weeklyJune 20
Moncton – CalgaryDailyIn service
Moncton – Edmonton4x weeklyMay 14
Moncton – Toronto5x weeklyMay 17
St. John's – CalgaryDailyIn service
St. John's – EdmontonDailyMay 14
St. John's – Hamilton5x weeklyMay 17
St. John's – TorontoDailyIn service
Deer Lake – Calgary4x weeklyMay 18
Deer Lake – Toronto4x weeklyMay 16
Charlottetown – Calgary5x weeklyMay 18
Charlottetown – Edmonton1x weeklyJune 19
Charlottetown – Toronto3x weeklyMay 17
Halifax – CalgaryDailyIn service
Halifax – EdmontonDailyIn service
Halifax – HamiltonDailyApril 28
Halifax – TorontoDailyIn service
Halifax – Vancouver4x weeklyJune 28
Halifax – WinnipegDailyMay 5
Halifax – Orlando1x weeklyIn service
St. John's – Orlando1x weeklyIn service
Halifax – Dublin4x weeklyJune 19
Halifax – Edinburgh3x weeklyJune 20
Halifax – London (Gatwick)4x weeklyApril 28
St. John's – London (Gatwick)3x weeklyMay 1

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