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December 21, 2007 | General

Edmonton, Alta. — WestJet today commenced the first of two new sun destination services from Edmonton International Airport — Canada’s fastest-growing major airport — with the departure of the inaugural flight to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The new Mazatlan, Mexico flight, new for WestJet, departs tomorrow.

“We congratulate WestJet on launching these new services to give sun worshippers in Western and Northern Canada more opportunities to take a break from winter,” says Peter McCart, Vice-President, Marketing, Edmonton Airports.

Starting December 21, 2007
Edmonton — Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (Friday)

Flight                                                 Departure        Arrival
From Edmonton — WS1184                7:45 a.m.        12:22 p.m.
From Cabo San Lucas — WS1185       1:10 p.m.        6:11 p.m.

Starting December 22, 2007
Edmonton — Mazatlan, Mexico (Saturday)

Flight                                                  Departure        Arrival
From Edmonton — WS1182                 11:05 a.m.      3:39 p.m.
From Mazatlan — WS1183                   4:30 p.m.        9:37 p.m.

The new WestJet services are part of a record 26 flights per week to 10 non-stop sun destinations set for Edmonton International during the 2007-2008 winter season.

15-minute rule

During the busy holiday season and as work continues on expanding the parkade, passengers are reminded to arrive at the airport 15 minutes prior to their flight’s earliest check-in time to park, check-in and clear security, ensuring a stress-free travelling experience.

For more information about Edmonton International’s services and amenities, visit

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Edmonton International Airport is Canada’s fastest-growing major airport.


Edmonton Airports Corporate Communications
Jim Rudolph,
Phone: (780) 890-8454
Cell: (780) 717-5117