Self-serve check-in options

WestJet offers three self-serve check-in options, web, kiosk and mobile check in.

Whatever method you choose to check in, be sure to have the following available before you start the check-in process:

  • your reservation code or WestJet Rewards ID number;
  • your passport, if you are travelling to the US or  internationally; and
  • your hotel name, destination address, cruise or transit airline if you are travelling to the U.S.

  Web Mobile Kiosk
  (Check in now) (Check in now) (Available locations)

Available as early as

24 hours before your flight's scheduled departure 24 hours before your flight's scheduled departure 24 hours before your flight's scheduled departure

Cut-off time before scheduled departure

60 minutes 45 minutes (domestic) or 60 minutes (US/international) 45 minutes (domestic) or 60 minutes (US/international)

Allows guests1 to: Web Mobile Kiosk
      (Available locations)

Check in

Check in on a code-share
or interline flight operated
by WestJet2

Check in on a code-share or interline flight operated by a partner airline2

Add/edit a WestJet Rewards ID or AAdvantage® program number to your reservation

Select an earlier flight

Select your seat

Plus upgrade3

Prepay excess baggage fees4

Email your boarding pass5

Print your boarding pass

3

Print your bag tags6


(Select airports)

1Please check in with a WestJet agent at Guest Assistance if you:

  • are checking in an unaccompanied minor;
  • will be bringing a personal oxygen cylinder;
  • have purchased an extra seat;
  • are part of a group of more than nine guests where all guests have the same last name;
  • are departing from an airport in Cuba or the Dominican Republic.

2The airline selling seats is referred to as the marketing carrier; the airline providing the aircraft, crew and ground-handling support is referred to as the operating carrier. If the first flight of your journey is not operated by WestJet, you must check in with the code-share or interline partner operating the flight.
3Guests have the option to select a seat in Plus at the time of check in, if available, for a fee. Seats in Plus are located in the first three rows of the aircraft and include advance boarding, early access to overhead bins, food and alcoholic beverages from our on-board menu.
4Be sure to print your receipt for excess baggage fees to show the WestJet agent at Baggage drop.
5Depending on special services requested, your location and/or travel destination, web and mobile check-in may direct you to Guest Assistance for your boarding pass.
6WestJet does not issue bag tags on code-share or interline flights operated by partner airlines.