Repatriation flights to Canada

Bringing Canadians home

On March 22, 2020 all commercial WestJet flights were suspended to and from the United States (including Hawaii), Europe, Mexico, Caribbean, and Central America.

WestJet is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to bring Canadians home.


To fly on a repatriation flight:

  1. Register with the Canadian Government at  to start your journey.
  2. When a flight from your location is scheduled, you’ll receive details you need to book your flight online.

Available seats on repatriation flights are capped at our lowest economy fare.

Book your flight online

Safety on repatriation flights

On repatriation flights, we are booking all seats to bring as many Canadians home as possible. As an extra measure of safety, boarding requirements will be confirmed at check-in, including a health questionnaire and temperature checks.

Add your documents online to save time at check-in.

You are required to have a non-medical mask or face covering to cover your mouth and nose during travel. Face mask policy

To limit touch points during your flight, you’ll find a pre-packaged meal box and a bottle of water at your seat when you board.

What to know as you arrive in Canada

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