Medication

We recommend that medication is brought in your carry-on baggage. WestJetters are not permitted to administer or give out any type of medication. If you may require medication during flight and are unable to administer or take it alone, you will be required to travel with an attendant.

If you require syringes for medical purposes and will be transporting them in your carry-on baggage, you must have the medication you will be taking using the syringe. Medication must be in a container labelled with the name of the medication and the name of either the dispensing pharmacy or manufacturer.

Baggage

Baggage

At WestJet, we care about your baggage too. From what to pack to how you can pack it, you'll find all you need to know right here.

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CATSA - What can I bring?

CATSA - What can I bring?

These tips will help you breeze through check in and airport security.

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