After a 16-month hiatus, WestJet is welcoming back onboard service with enhancements to products and services that were modified as a result of the pandemic.
From July, guests travelling in Premium and Business cabins can look forward to new offerings. Guests in Economy will enjoy the return of full snack and beverage service, including the reintroduction of buy-on-board selections. Full details and changes are outlined by cabin online here.
“As we safely bring back the service our guests have been asking for we have taken this opportunity to enhance the onboard experience across all our cabins,” said Robert Antoniuk, WestJet chief operating officer. “With guests returning to the skies, our world class crews are ready to welcome them back with an elevated inflight experience.”
On WestJet’s 787 North America and Transatlantic services, meal offerings in Business and Premium cabins will feature new choices and will rotate more frequently to offer more variety and seasonal options. Menu items will continue to be locally and globally inspired.
On transatlantic flights, passengers will find a choice of appetizers, entrées and separate dessert or cheese tray service in Business cabins. There are newly-designed menus with wine and beverage list included and new snacks with after take-off aperitif drinks.
On domestic flights there are newly-designed menus with wine and beverage list included and a new snack with after-take-off aperitif drinks including French Champagne.
On all flights longer than 90 minutes, WestJet is reintroducing its buy-on-board options and upgrading its product offering to include the return of full complimentary beverage services with new selections and new purchase offerings and new snack-combo offerings.