Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet has signed an interlining agreement with Icelandair that will benefit passengers flying between North America and the over 20 European destinations serviced by Icelandair.
The agreement will enable single combined e-tickets for WestJet and Icelandair connecting flights, single check-in for all flights and automatic baggage routing to the final destination.
WestJet’s fleet of Boeing 737 Next-Generation aircraft flies to nearly 80 cities in North America, Central America and the Caribbean.
Icelandair currently operates round the year flights between Reykjavik (Iceland) and Boston, New York-JFK, Seattle, Denver and Toronto and seasonal flights to Newark, Washington, D.C., Minneapolis-St. Paul, Orlando Sanford, Halifax, and Anchorage. The airline will also launch seasonal flights to Halifax on June 1.
At Reykjavik, travelers can connect to non-stop Icelandair flights to 23 locations in Europe, including Madrid, London, Paris, St. Petersburg, Copenhagen and Stockholm.