Thu. Dec 7th, 2023
    Saskatchewan Travellers Gain Access to Direct Flights to Minneapolis Year-Round

    Saskatchewan residents will soon enjoy the convenience of daily direct flights to Minneapolis from Regina. WestJet recently announced that starting April 29, 2024, they will offer non-stop service to Minneapolis 365 days a year. The partnership between WestJet and Delta Airlines will provide travelers with connections to an impressive 73 destinations across the United States.

    The announcement was met with enthusiasm from the Regina Airport Authority, who highlighted the economic opportunities this new flight will bring to the region. Regina Mayor Sandra Masters expressed her excitement, stating that the flight will facilitate travel and communication between major business hubs. Additionally, it is expected to attract new talent to the area.

    In addition to the new Minneapolis route, the Regina airport will also offer several other international flight destinations during the winter season. Travelers can explore popular destinations such as Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Orlando in the United States, as well as Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Mazatlan in Mexico. Those seeking a warm getaway can also take advantage of flights to Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic and Varadero in Cuba.

    With the introduction of year-round direct flights to Minneapolis, Saskatchewan residents will have increased accessibility to both domestic and international travel. This will not only foster economic growth but also provide more convenient options for leisure and business travelers alike.


    Q: When will the daily direct flights to Minneapolis from Regina begin?
    A: The flights will commence on April 29, 2024.

    Q: How many destinations can travelers connect to in the United States through this partnership?
    A: Travelers can connect to 73 destinations across the United States.

    Q: What other international flight destinations will be available from the Regina airport?
    A: During the winter season, flights to Las Vegas, Phoenix, Orlando, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Puerto Plata, and Varadero will be offered.

    Q: What are the anticipated benefits of the new flights for the region?
    A: The flights are expected to boost economic opportunities, facilitate travel and communication between business hubs, and attract new talent to the region.