WestJet And Delta Launch Reciprocal Elite Benefits

A WestJet and Delta airplane tail.WestJet and Delta have rolled out reciprocal top-tier benefits for frequent flyers.

The two airlines have had a partnership dating back to 2014, one where Delta Medallion and WestJet Rewards members can earn miles and WestJet dollars on either airline. As of 18MAR, the airlines are further enhancing their reciprocal offering.

“Over the past decade, WestJet and Delta have been working together to serve the needs of our guests on both sides of the border,” said John Weatherill, WestJet’s Chief Commercial Officer.

“Once travel has safely resumed, these newly launched enhancements will be ready for business and frequent travellers of both airlines to enjoy anywhere in the world they travel with Delta and WestJet.”

Qualifying WestJet Business cabin guests and top-tier Rewards members now have access to all Delta Sky Clubs when they fly an eligible itinerary with either WestJet or Delta.

Top-tier loyalty members of each airline will now also enjoy the following when flying with either carrier worldwide:

  • priority check-in
  • priority boarding
  • access to preferred seats
  • waived seat selection fees
  • free checked baggage allowance
  • priority baggage drop-off and handling
  • priority airport security screening, where available.

Delta and WestJet have an extensive codeshare agreement and offer the ability to purchase tickets in all booking channels. Delta and WestJet guests can also book and pay for seats on any codeshare flight after buying their ticket on delta.com or westjet.com.

Full details on WestJet Rewards member benefits and eligibility can be found here.

Anna Kroupina

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Anna's day starts at 5:30 a.m. each morning to scour daily travel news headlines to find the most relevant stories for Canadian travel advisors. She contributes to writing the daily news and covers events. The Alberta Rockies, Hawaii and France's Provence region are among her favourite destinations. She's a proud cat mom and a terrible snowboarder.

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