Canadian airline to begin JWA nonstop service

Canadian airline to begin JWA nonstop service

7:26 PM PST, January 26, 2011


Canadian low-cost airline WestJet announced Tuesday that it will begin nonstop service from Vancouver and Calgary to John Wayne Airport in May and June, according to a news release from WestJet.
These are the first nonstop international destinations to be added since Air Canada ended its JWA service to and from Toronto in October.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors, which oversees the airport, approved the WestJet flights in December.
—Mike Reicher


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