WESTJET PAS­SEN­GERS GET FEW­ERS CARRY-ONS

Business Traveler (USA) - - IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT -

WestJet has de­creased its carry-on bag­gage al­lowance from two carry-ons to one car­ryon. Pas­sen­gers will still be per­mit­ted one per­sonal item. The di­men­sions of the carry-on must not ex­ceed 21 in. by 9 in. by 15 in.

WestJet’s ex­ec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent of sales and mar­ket­ing, Bob Cum­mings, cited ontime per­for­mance and con­sis­tency as the rea­son­ing:“Fewer carry-on items will mean more room for ev­ery­one’s bag­gage, and faster and more ef­fi­cient board­ing. This, in turn, helps us stay on time. It will also cre­ate a more con­sis­tent ex­pe­ri­ence for guests trav­el­ing be­tween WestJet and WestJet En­core be­gin­ning later this spring, as well as for guests con­nect­ing to and from flights of­fered by our code­share and in­ter­line part­ners, most of whom have al­ready adopted this stan­dard.”

For more in­for­ma­tion visit westjet.com.

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