1 The 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. Please check in with the code-share or interline partner operating the flight, or if you have connecting flights, the airline operating the first portion.
2 Guests have the option to select a seat in Premium at the time of check in, if available, for a fee. Seats in Premium are in the first three rows of the aircraft and include additional amenities.
3 Be sure to print your receipt for excess baggage fees to show the WestJet agent at baggage drop.
4 Depending 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.