Canadian low cost airline, WestJet, has reduced its full-price travel fees by an average of 25 per cent for all routes across its 68-destination Caribbean and North American network.
Those seeking the cheapest flights to Toronto may like to book with WestJet, which is also offering lower everyday value fares if booked 330 days before departure, removing the need to wait for seat sales to get better deals. Travel experts have always advised searching for flights early, not leaving it for the last minute. Long haul flights should be booked at least 6 months in advance in order to get the lowest price available.
Executive vice-president for strategy and planning Hugh Dunleavy noted that this move has come following feedback from people looking for the cheapest flights to Toronto and elsewhere that revealed a level of frustration regarding price unpredictability.
“For those guests who, for one reason or another, have to travel at the last minute or at peak travel times like Christmas, we’ve significantly reduced those fares to make them more affordable,” he remarked.
It comes after the organisation launched a seat sale offer in conjunction with the Canadian Tourism Commission to provide increased savings on inter-Canada travel over the summer.