Flights to Canada various airports from Gatwick £209 with westjet.com
304°Expired

Flights to Canada various airports from Gatwick £209 with westjet.com

14
Found 6th Oct 2016Made hot 6th Oct 2016
Travelling from: London Gatwick

Book by: October 7, 2016 (6:59 GMT)*

Travel from: November 1 - December 13, 2016

Blackout dates: November 9-14, 2016

Lowest fares can be found for travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Fares on other days may be higher. Offer limited and subject to availability. Advance purchase required.

This is one way. Not much of a deal.
- KM4353

14 Comments

this is the one way price

Met a rather articulate WJ pilot Ian on Scotrail last week, anyway this is a bargain - shame it is not from Glagow though

Heat.

Cracking deal, one of my friends is emigrating there shortly so have forwarded this to him. HEATADDED:D

Website says from £209 - did you find any £189 fares?
Edited by: "jimmymac87" 6th Oct 2016

extra for luggage

Original Poster

jimmymac87

Website says from £209 - did you find any £189 fares?



​apologies. Total was 209 one way.post edited.

Misleading heading. It should state that it's one-way fare

aa64xyz

extra for luggage


£14 each ish. Nothing compared to easyjet or Ryanair.

Flew with them to Vancouver in July, 30 hour delay but they treated us well and I would fly with them again.

one way.. lol

Many deals with under £300 return.

Drink Canada Dry

pas8

Flew with them to Vancouver in July, 30 hour delay but they treated us … Flew with them to Vancouver in July, 30 hour delay but they treated us well and I would fly with them again.


Did I read that right? 30 hour delay? What happened?

Biioniic11

Did I read that right? 30 hour delay? What happened?


Earlier this year, WestJet had a two week stretch where every flight from Gatwick had a delay of over 24 hours. This was because their fleet of aircraft flying to Gatwick is very small (only 3 x 767s) and two of the planes needed to have engines replaced unexpectedly, which created a huge backlog of flights. In addition, the 1 remaining plane had mechanical problems which resulted in there being no flights for 3 days. The airline had to pay out over £6 million in compensation to passengers as a result.
Edited by: "hostime" 9th Oct 2016

Used them on a trip between Vancouver and Cabo a few years ago and although they are low cost the are light years ahead of the likes of Ryanair and eassyjet
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text