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WestJet Resuming the journey from Toronto to Dublin

WestJet Resuming the journey from Toronto to Dublin

WestJet is commemorating the resumption of transatlantic flights connecting Eastern Canada and Europe after the safe landing of WestJet flight WS34 from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Dublin International Airport. This daily summer seasonal service reinforces WestJet’s dedication to facilitating transatlantic travel to and from Eastern Canada.
WestJet entered Europe 10 years ago, with airline’s first transatlantic flight between St. John’s and Dublin in 2014.
John Weatherill, WestJet Group’s Executive Vice-President and Chief Commercial Officer, highlighted the significance of the Toronto-Dublin route in WestJet’s history. Celebrating a decade of service, this connection has played a vital role in strengthening the bond between Canada and Ireland. With the reintroduction of daily seasonal service between Toronto and Dublin, WestJet provides Canadians with a convenient and affordable opportunity to experience Ireland’s diverse landscapes, rich culture, and warm hospitality.
Direct flights between Canada and Ireland have transformed the tourism scene, serving as the gateway to Europe and providing convenient access for travelers to discover Ireland’s captivating allure and cultural legacy. This significant 10-year anniversary signifies more than just a connection between two nations; it extends an invitation to visitors to embrace Ireland’s lively culture and welcoming hospitality, said Sandra Moffatt, Country Manager of Tourism Ireland.SOURCE: WestJet Resumes Toronto to Dublin Flight BY: eTurboNews | eTN  

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