The WestJet Group's fleet, with an average age under 10 years, is among the youngest of established North American carriers. The fleet consists of approximately 170 aircraft, with 110 737s.
To match our commercial priorities, WestJet is reallocating its existing widebody 787 Dreamliners to the West and temporarily pausing further investment into additional Dreamliners, at this time.
WestJet’s regional fleet of De Haviland Q400 aircraft will shift to Western Canada, removing complexity from operations, and prioritizing the airline’s commitment to enhance Western Canada’s connectivity.
With lower fuel consumption, reduced emissions and one of the lowest costs per seat among mid-range aircraft, our 737-10s will be a key driver of our long-term growth, keeping flights affordable and more sustainable for Canadians, as we grow.