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  1. Around the year 2000, WestJet and the now defunct CanJet airlines started flying from
  2. A one-way flight from Montreal in 1999 cost over $600, but when the budget airlines WestJet
  3. same price so WestJet and CanJet were almost driven out of business on these routes, until
  4. WestJet airlines operates an even more advanced one in St Johns Canada.
  5. I'm flying in to Calgary, Canada on this WestJet 737.
  6. I was invited by the WestJet guest experience team to test fly their new 787 Dreamliner
  7. I'm very excited - we're going to fly on the WestJet 787-9 Dreamliner today to London Gatwick.
  8. today on the 787 Dreamliner, Westjet flight one to London Gatwick.
  9. Welcome aboard WestJet flight one with service to London Gatwick.
  10. - I just wanted to stop by and ask if I may offer you an orange juice or the WestJet signature drink.
  11. - Let me try the WestJet signature drink.
  12. - I've seen so many airlines who roll a trolley out in premium economy but here in WestJet,
  13. This is what she's wearing - a sweater in the WestJet colour.
  14. - WestJet have an interesting concept which is dine any time.
  15. WestJet never had a business class - some of the crew were flying business class in
  16. It's such a pleasure to fly on WestJet.
  17. I think that WestJet have come a long way from a value carrier - a low cost carrier
  18. I really like the food on WestJet - I think it has a lot of good Canadian elements in it.
  19. and I'm looking forward to my next WestJet flight.