WestJet is the second biggest Canadian airline, behind only Air Canada. The airline began its life as a low-cost airline to compete with Air Canada and the now defunct Canadian Airlines. WestJet has three operating hubs in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver. The airline also focuses flights to Canadian cities such as Edmonton, Halifax and Winnipeg. At the end of 2018, the airline averaged about 770 flights per day to over 90 destinations around the world. Recently the airline announced and began its first flight operations to mainland Europe, namely Paris. When the airline opened, all of their routes were in Western Canada, which is why the airline is called WestJet. After the collapse of Canadian Airlines, WestJet managed to successfully expand its network into Eastern Canada and eventually into the United States. It does not plan to stop growing there! A career at WestJet is a lucrative option to grow in a welcoming and environment. Currently, the airline has over 120 aircraft in its fleet, with over 50 more to come into service over the next few years. Recently, the airline introduced its first Boeing 787 Dreamliner into its fleet, to further attribute the successful expansion of service. Together with the new Dreamliner, the company changed its branding. WestJet exclusively operates Boeing aircraft. In 2018, WestJet was named the best low-cost airline in North America by Skytrax. So imagine a career in one of the best low-cost airlines in the world – WestJet! However, the airline committed to the goal to reposition itself to a full-service carrier while launching a subsidiary, ultra-low-cost airline Swoop. That is why it completely changed its branding and livery, while the company also announced new flights to Europe. If you wish to take your career to new heights, join WestJet. They offer career opportunities for Pilots, Cabin Crew, and Engineers.
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