The Calgary-based airline, WestJet, is restoring service to six airports in Eastern Canada that was suspended last fall due to the pandemic
Flights in and out of Charlottetown, Fredericton, Moncton, Sydney and Quebec City will resume beginning June 24 through to June 30.
Service between St. John’s and Toronto, which was indefinitely suspended in October, will also resume on June 24.
The resumption of the flights will restore WestJet’s complete network of pre-COVID-19 domestic airports, the airline said.
Initially, the airline will operate daily flights between Toronto and St. John’s, Fredericton, Moncton and Quebec City. It will also run 11 flights per week between Toronto and Charlottetown and six per week between St. John’s and Halifax.
The resumed flights will see the airline bring back some laid-off flight attendants and other staff, but it’s not likely that any pilot positions will be reactivated in the short term, said WestJet’s chief commercial officer, John Weatherill.
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