Things are getting heated! Air Canada and WestJet are bickering about refunds on Twitter … and things are getting pretty awkward.\nOn Wednesday, WestJet announced that they would be “the first national carrier” to start offering refunds for flights cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.\nHowever, Air Canada accused their counterpart of sharing a “misleading statement,” and said they’ve actually been offering the same.\nEditor's Choice: Canada Just Reported Its Highest Ever Single-Day Jump In New COVID-19 Cases\nLet’s clear the air. We're offering refunds for guests if we cancelled their flight. Even the lowest cost tickets will be refunded to original form of payment if WestJet caused the cancellation.— WestJet (@WestJet) October 22, 2020\n\n\nTagging WestJet in their tweet, Air Canada wrote, "WestJet is just now catching up to our policy to refund refundable fares."\nThe airline added that they have already refunded "over $1.2 Billion" in flight refunds to date.\nHowever, representatives from WestJet were quick to respond.\nThey claimed that “even the lowest cost tickets” would be refunded to passengers if the flight was cancelled.\nThis comes as the federal government continues to discuss the idea of taking a stake in national airlines — in an attempt to help support the industry.