WestJet suspends flights between Hamilton and St. John's | Globalnews.ca

WestJet Daily flights between Hamilton and St. John's, Newfoundland, will be suspended in July.

A spokesperson for the Calgary-based airline called the move “disappointing” and said year-round service will continue between the Ontario city and its global hub in Calgary.

“The decision to cancel service was made after careful consideration and we understand this is disappointing news for our customers and the Hamilton community and sincerely apologize for the impact this may have caused,” WestJet's Madison Krueger told Global News.

WestJet has been adjusting flights to and from John Munro Airport due to The collapse of low-cost airline Swoop Last summer, the company mandated “moderation adjustments” to “balance operational capacity across the network.”

The St. John route, which has a stop in Halifax, was a regular destination for Swoop until it was terminated last year.

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Kruger said passengers had been notified directly or through their travel agents and were given “as much advance notice as possible”.

“Affected guests will be refunded using their original form of payment,” Krueger said.

From July 1, the route will be suspended and removed from the Hamilton flight schedule.

WestJet previously revealed that it would terminate its Saint John to Toronto route after October 27.

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