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Airport Information What’s Up at YWG? DIRECT SERVICE TO LONDON, ENGLAND


Is the United Kingdom one of the places you’ve always wanted to visit? Well now is your chance to cross it off your bucket list! Beginning on May 7, 2016, WestJet will be offering new seasonal non-stop service between Win- nipeg Richardson International Airport and London’s Gatwick Airport. Located just 30 minutes from all of Central London’s many attractions, Gatwick is also one of the easiest London airports to navigate, with a mono- rail connecting its two terminals. All London flights from Winnipeg will be operated


by one of WestJet’s four 767-300ERW extended range aircraft, which features seats for 262 guests. Te aircraft will include a Plus cabin with 24 premium seats in a two- by-two configuration. Te main cabin has 238 seats, with two seats on either side of the aircraft and three in the middle. Seasonal service to London wraps up on Oct. 1, 2016, so book your seats now! Interesting fact: Winnipeg was one of WestJet’s origi- nal five start-up cities when they launched in 1996.


Big Ben and the Palace of Westminister in London, England. Because life is too big for a hotel room!


Premiere Executive Suites – Canadian Prairies provides fully furnished condominiums in Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Regina.


If you’re currently on a work project or relocating and staying in a hotel, Premiere Suites is a much more comfortable and cost effective alternative.


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