With Canadian pride at an all-time high after the 2010 Winter Olympics, world-class athletes aren't the only ones travelling to Vancouver these days. Now is the perfect time to fly to Vancouver and experience all of the sights and activities that the Olympic city has to offer.
The best part: the Region of Waterloo International Airport has made it easy for you! Beginning June 28, 2010, WestJet will be launching non-stop, daily service from the Region of Waterloo International Airport to Vancouver. With this exciting new seasonal service addition, why not avoid the drive and the line-ups and fly right from your own backyard?
The 2010 Winter Olympics may be over, but the city of Vancouver is still bustling with new, incredible venues to visit. While you're there, take time to visit Canada Hockey Place, the arena where Team Canada made history and brought home gold medals in both men's and women's Olympic hockey.
Guests travelling from Waterloo Region also have the option to connect on to a number of exciting destinations in the United States such as Las Vegas, San Francisco, Los Angeles and even Honolulu. But if your Olympic fever has faded and you're looking for other places to travel to, why not take advantage of WestJet's daily non-stop service from the Region of Waterloo International Airport to Calgary with connections to Victoria, Abbotsford, Kelowna, Edmonton, Regina and Saskatoon?
The exciting new addition of WestJet's non-stop daily service from the Region of Waterloo International Airport to Vancouver means that your next travel adventure continues from your doorstep. For more information on rates and flight times, visit www.westjet.com or call 1-888-937-8538 to book your flight today!
printed in the recent Spring 2010 edition of REGION NEWS (published by the Region of Waterloo)