Delta's Airline Partners


Delta and Westjet give you access to more benefits and a seamless travel experience from beginning to end when flying between the U.S. and Canada.

We are committed to your safety and that of our employees so we have raised our standards at every point of your travel journey by implementing measures to keep you safe and give you more peace of mind. 

Since travel looks a little different now, we're here to help you prepare for your trip, so you know what to expect on your next flight. Our trusted partner WestJet has taken similar steps, though their policies may vary.

About Us


In 1996, WestJet began with three aircraft, five destinations and 220 friendly employees, known as WestJetters. 22 years later, WestJet now flies to more than 175 destinations in over 20 countries including more than 100 in North America, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe. Their 14,000 WestJetters are dedicated to flying more than 25 million customers a year, on over 700 flights per day, with a fleet of over 170 aircraft.


From hubs in Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto, WestJet offers over 650 direct flights a week between Canada and the United States, including the recent addition of the Calgary-to-Atlanta route. 

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The Latest WestJet News

WestJet and Delta Air Lines announced that their proposed U.S. – Canada transborder joint venture has received clearance under Canada’s Competition Act from the Canadian Competition Bureau. The CCB issued a no-action letter confirming that it does not intend to challenge the proposed joint venture agreement between WestJet and Delta Air Lines.

“Today’s clearance by the CCB is an important step towards satisfying the conditions necessary to implement the proposed WestJet-Delta transborder joint venture,” said Ed Sims, WestJet President and CEO. “We thank the CCB for its timely and thorough review. The joint venture will lead to more consumer choice, connectivity, and economic benefits on both sides of the border by growing U.S.-Canada business and tourism travel.”

Ed Bastian, Delta’s CEO, said, “This significant achievement brings us closer to implementing a joint venture that provides a world-class experience for customers travelling between the U.S. and Canada. The joint venture between Delta and WestJet will create an expanded network with more frequencies and destinations, improved airport connections and significantly enhanced frequent flyer benefits.”

The proposed joint venture between the two airlines is still subject to regulatory approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation.