by: Todd Korol/Reuters
CALGARY – WestJet is adding four new sun destinations to its winter schedule.

Beginning in late October the Calgary-based airline plans to introduce flights to Curacao, the twin island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, and Liberia in northwest Costa Rica, all from Toronto. Flights to Manzanillo on Mexico’s Pacific coast will commence in early November from Calgary.

The additions reflect WestJet’s “ongoing strategic focus” on expanding its offerings in the sun destination market, said vice-president John MacLeod.