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WestJet Is Launching Nonstop Flights to Grenada

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - June 7, 2024

Whether you’re seeking a luxury retreat at the Six Senses Grenada, an all-inclusive getaway at the Sandals Grenada resort or a boutique luxury experience at the Spice Island Beach Resort, there’s a new way to get fro Canada to Grenada. 

Leisure carrier WestJet is adding a nonstop flight between Toronto and Grenada, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The carrier has announced plans to kick off a nonstop route from Toronto to the Spice Isle beginning Nov. 3, 2024. 

The flight, which will operate once weekly on Sundays, will run through at least April 27, 2025. 

“With the addition of this new route, the WestJet Group expands accessibility to Grenada for Canadians, inviting them to explore the Spice Island’s vibrant culture, pristine beaches, and lush landscapes. We’re thrilled to partner with WestJet in welcoming travellers to discover Grenada’s charm and hospitality,” said Petra Roach, CEO, Grenada Tourism Authority, in a statement obtained by Caribbean Journal. 

WestJet has not yet announced initial pricing on the route. 

For more, visit WestJet.

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