WestJet has partnered with McDonald’s Canada in a move that will see the airline serve McDonald’s coffee aboard its flights.
WestJet says the first flight to serve McDonald’s coffee will take place on Monday, November 21, 2016 from Toronto to Calgary.
The company also says by December 1, WestJet will offer McCafé Premium Roast coffee across its fleet of Boeing 737NG and 767NG aircraft with the company’s regional airline, WestJet Encore, to follow.
The deal is similar to other partnerships airlines have made with coffee companies. Porter Airlines serves Starbucks coffee while Air Canada offers Second Cup coffee.
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