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WestJet Begins Toronto-St. John’s-Dublin Service - Route Marks Carrier’s First Transatlantic Flights

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WestJet announced the launch of new daily flights between Toronto and Dublin, Ireland, with a stopover in St. John’s, Canada. The new route is the first scheduled transatlantic service in the airline’s history. (www.frequentbusinesstraveler.com) More...

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jdriskell
Talk about a bun numbing flight!
yr2012
matt jensen 1
About time
Squigish
Squigish 1
I wonder why they stop in St. John's. It's a classic place for a fuel stop, but the 737-700 has a range of 3440 nm, and yyz-dub is 2849 nm along the great circle route.
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 1
That range is probably with max. fuel, not payload.
JENNYJET
Is Mr. Ryanair aware of this? I can see a soon to be placed acquisition of the B737-9 or a few elderly B757's to test the competence of the route nonstop!
jmcke
Jack M -1
So another Ryan air
Gjet
Gary Stewart 5
WestJet is the polar opposite of Ryanair in customer servive.

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