WestJet will soon be flying out of the Lloydminster Airport.
This comes as WestJet announced WestJet Link which will be using Pacific Coastal Airlines’ aircraft. It will connect the Lloydminster Airport to the Calgary International Airport.
“The City of Lloydminster is elated to welcome WestJet to the Lloydminster region and we look forward to the many social and economic benefits linked to enhanced services at our municipal airport. In recent years, the City has invested in a number of modifications at our airport and we are confident WestJet will find our facility a comfortable and effective location from which to serve guests,” says Mayor Gerald Aalbers.
“A CPA with Pacific Coastal underscores WestJet’s commitment to offering more Canadians access to WestJet’s low fares and growing network. WestJet Link will be that connection to these communities and will offer more choice and more competition for air travellers, as well as more opportunities to earn and use WestJet Rewards,” says Ed Sims, WestJet Executive Vice-President, Commercial
In total a one-way ticket will cost just shy of $112. The flights will start on March 14.