WestJet on Monday announced that it has agreed to a new codeshare with KLM to give its guests more access to Europe via Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.
The deal will allow WestJet flyers to connect to and from 20 European cities including Vienna, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Athens, Milan, and Manchester across 12 different European countries.
At the same time, WestJet is restarting direct service between Calgary and Amsterdam on Nov. 14, flying three times weekly.
"Our guests will benefit from more opportunities to travel between Europe and Canada with this important codesharing with our partner KLM," said John Weatherill, WestJet Chief Commercial Officer.
"We look forward to strengthening travel and tourism ties between the countries served by our global networks, supported by the return of our non-stop Dreamliner service from Calgary to Amsterdam."