Air Transat, Westjet ink transatlantic codeshare agreement

Tuesday, 22 Nov, 2021 0

Canadian airlines Air Transat and WestJet, will cooperate in a codeshare pact that allows customers to book transatlantic travel involving both carriers on a single ticket with through-checked bags.

“We are very excited to join forces with WestJet in what I am sure will be a successful collaboration. This agreement is a first milestone to grow and strengthen our network through alliances “, said Annick Guérard, President and CEO of Transat.

WestJet’s code will be placed on Air Transat flights to select cities across Europe, and Air Transat’s code will be placed on select WestJet flights in North America to enable both carriers to offer the connecting transatlantic itineraries.

The codeshare agreement is scheduled to be implemented in early 2022, subject to usual regulatory approvals.

The airlines will update customers with details once finalised.



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