Just in time for the summer.
WestJet just announced that multiple domestic routes from Ontario are returning by next week and it's just in time for summer.
According to a press release, the airline will be restoring nine of the province's travel routes to destinations across Canada, including Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick.
Two new routes are also being added, which include flights from Toronto to Comox and Ottawa to Victoria.
These flights will resume between now and June 30 and will occur once to six times a week, depending on the destination. By July, WestJet is expected to offer service for a variety of locations.
"This July, WestJet will offer non-stop service from Toronto to 26 cities, from Ottawa to five cities, from London to two cities and serve one city from Hamilton and Windsor," an excerpt from the presser adds.