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WestJet Cargo asserts commitment to cargo in partnership with GTA

WestJet Cargo asserts commitment to cargo in partnership with GTA

WestJet Cargo has shown it is more committed than ever to offering customers massively increased services worldwide by announcing a long-term partnership with GTA.

Already well-known for being a very caring brand, WestJet Cargo pays particular attention to pets and takes great pride in successfully transporting thousands of animals across its network every year. However, the carrier is not limited to this expertise as it has the ability to transport a multitude of cargo, including perishables, pharmaceutical and ecommerce products as well as dangerous goods across long distances, consequently meeting the specific and ever-growing needs of the Canadian market.

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Now joined by Kirsten De Bruijn, who was appointed as executive vice president of Cargo in May 2022, the WestJet Cargo team is not only determined to supply customers with reliable on-time performance combined with competitive costs but also to assert its leading position in the fast-moving cargo market.

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“As WestJet Cargo enters a pivotal moment of competitive expansion, we have a strong foundation, supported by a talented team and expansive network and together, these elements will ensure a bright future ahead as we strive to bring our customers more choice,” De Bruijn said. “There is no doubt that this solid foundation together with the association with GTA will make WestJet Cargo the new carrier to be reckoned with.”


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Edward Hardy

Having become a journalist after university, Edward Hardy has been a reporter and editor at some of the world's leading publications and news sites. In 2022, he became Air Cargo Week's Editor. Got news to share? Contact me on


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