Following feedback from its travel trade partners and Travel Agent Advisory Board (TAAB), WestJet has improved its ticketing time limits, allowing WestJet’s travel partners to hold fares without a fee, deposit or payment for an extended period.
“WestJet’s travel trade partners and TAAB members share valuable ideas for improvement with us, and we want to make sure their feedback is heard and acted upon,” said Charles Crowder, WestJet vice president, sales and distribution. “The new Ticketing Time Limits make it easier for our partners to book WestJet and make us more competitive in the industry.”
What to expect
WestJet's Ticketing Time Limits vary by route, class of service, the date of reservation creation and the date of departure. Below is a high-level summary of what WestJet’s new Ticketing Time Limits will look like:
- Domestic: Up to 24 hours from reservation creation
- Transborder: Up to the end of next day from reservation creation (Basic, Econo, EconoFlex, Premium and Business)
- Transborder: Up to three days before departure (PremiumFlex and BusinessFlex)
- International Sun: Up to 72 hours from reservation creation
- Transatlantic and rest of world: Up to 72 hours from reservation creation (Basic, Econo, EconoFlex, Premium and Business)
- Transatlantic and rest of world: Up to three days before departure (PremiumFlex andBusinessFlex)
More detailed information on WestJet’s improved Ticketing Time Limits is available on westjettravelagents.com.
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