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Westjet Question

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Westjet Question

we just booked and half of the group is class X on the way there, and the other half has class G. On the way back one half has class Q and the other has class B. What do these classes mean? From what I understand X and G both mean Econo fare, and Q and B both mean Flex Fare. so...

1) Whats the difference between Econo and Flex besides price?

2) Will we notice a difference?

3) Can we still be seated together?

4) Whats the difference between X and G class if they're both Econo?

Thanks in advance!

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1. Re: Westjet Question

you can guarantee that your group will seat together by reserving your seats.

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2. Re: Westjet Question

Thanks. Just one more question. Is there a physical deference or no? from other flights i haven't seen it. is this new?

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3. Re: Westjet Question

there are twelve different classes on some WestJet flights. If you put your cursor over the Econo tab or Flex tab you will see the difference between the two fares. WestJet has not difference between Econo and flex seating.

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