WestJet resumes Toronto-Dublin route, marks 10 years of European flights


Canadian airline WestJet has announced the resumption of its transatlantic service between Toronto Pearson International Airport and Dublin International Airport. This marks a significant milestone as the airline celebrates a decade of service to Europe.

According to the airline, the daily summer seasonal service is a testament to WestJet’s commitment to transatlantic connectivity from Eastern Canada.

The inaugural transatlantic flight of WestJet took off from St. John’s to Dublin in 2014.

John Weatherill, WestJet Group Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer, stated:

Service between Toronto and Dublin continues be an important part of WestJet’s story, and we celebrate a decade of service that has strengthened ties between our two countries.

The flight schedule of the Boeing 737 MAX 8-operated route is as follows:

  • Toronto-Dublin: Daily from March 1 to October 13, departing at 10:45 PM and arriving at 10:55 AM
  • Dublin-Toronto: Daily from March 2 to October 14, departing at 12:15 PM and arriving at 3:00 PM

Sandra Moffatt, Tourism Ireland Country Manager, expressed her enthusiasm for the resumed service. She said:

This 10-year milestone represents not just a connection between our two nations, but an invitation for travellers to immerse themselves in the vibrant culture and warm hospitality that we have to offer.

In addition to the Toronto-Dublin route, WestJet is also offering flights between Halifax and several European destinations this summer, including Dublin, Edinburgh, and London (Gatwick).

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