Mode of Transportation: Air

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Description of Services Provided

Oxygen Needs

  • WestJet does not provide oxygen service on board. However, they accept certain gaseous oxygen and portable oxygen concentrators on their aircraft.
  • WestJet permits a maximum of two guests travelling with gaseous oxygen cylinders per flight, and a maximum of two cylinders per guests. Necessary documentation must be provided. This service can only be offered on domestic flights (within Canada).

Assistive Devices

  • Each guest is permitted to bring one medically required wheelchair at no charge.
  • Braces, crutches, walkers and canes, along with other assisting devices, will also be accepted free of charge.
  • WestJet recommends that guests who use a mobility aid notify the carrier at least 48 hours in advance of departure.

Guests with a visual or hearing impairment

  • WestJet aircraft are equipped with tactile row markers located on the overhead bins or on the aisle seats.
  • Supplemental safety briefing cards are available in Braille, in English and French on all WestJet aircraft. WestJet can also provide a personal in-flight safety briefing and a large-print visual aid, if needed.

Additional seating for guests with special needs

  • Special or additional seating is available at no charge to guests with a physical or mental disability who require:
    • a personal attendant to provide help with meals, medication, use of the toilet or to assist the person with a disability who is unable to assist themselves in an emergency evacuation or in the event of decompression;
    • additional seating to accommodate their disability (including obesity).

Assistive animals

  • WestJet allows service, specialty and emotional support animals in the cabin of the aircraft, free of charge, when on duty. The provision of certification documentation will also be required.
  • WestJet recommends that the service or emotional support animal be harnessed at all times while on the aircraft.
  • WestJet accepts service and emotional support dogs, cats, miniature horses, pigs and monkeys on flights to most destinations.

Locations Serviced

  • Abbotsford (British Columbia)
  • Brandon (Manitoba)
  • Calgary (Alberta)
  • Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
  • Comox Valley (British Columbia)
  • Deer Lake (Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Edmonton (Alberta)
  • Fort McMurray (Alberta)
  • Fort St. John (British Columbia)
  • Fredericton (New Brunswick)
  • Grande Prairie (Alberta)
  • Halifax (Nova Scotia)
  • Hamilton (Ontario)
  • Kamloops (British Columbia)
  • Kelowna (British Columbia)
  • Kitchener-Waterloo (Ontario)
  • Kitimat (British Columbia)
  • London (Ontario)
  • Moncton (New Brunswick)
  • Montreal (Quebec)
  • Nanaimo (British Columbia)
  • Ottawa (Ontario)
  • Penticton (British Columbia)
  • Prince George (British Columbia)
  • Quebec City (Quebec)
  • Regina (Saskatchewan)
  • Saskatoon (Saskatchewan)
  • St. John's (Newfoundland and Labrador)
  • Sydney (Nova Scotia)
  • Terrace (British Columbia)
  • Thunder Bay (Ontario)
  • Toronto (Ontario)
  • Vancouver (British Columbia)
  • Victoria (British Columbia)
  • Whitehorse (Yukon )
  • Windsor (Ontario)
  • Winnipeg (Manitoba)
  • Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

Other Locations Serviced

WestJet also services numerous other destinations, such as the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe.

Restrictions and/or Requirements for Use

It is recommended that passengers contact WestJet at least 48 hours before their flight’s departure, as some services require a little extra time to prepare.

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