TRIP REPORT | WestJet – 737 600 – New York (LGA) to Toronto (YYZ) | Economy

Welcome to another trip report!

On January 18, I flew on a WestJet 737-600 from New York LaGuardia Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport. The 737-600 was the Boeing’s 737 Next Generation family’s smallest varient. A total of 69 737-600s have been produced, the last aircraft was delivered to WestJet in 2006.

I wasn’t expecting a good flight, as the only other time I had flown them was coming home from Toronto last year. That flight wasn’t good:

Airline: WestJet Airlines
Aircraft: Boeing 737-6CT (C-GEWJ)
Seat: 17A (Economy)
Flight Number: WS1211
Route: LGA to YYZ
Flight Time: 1 hour, 8 minutes
Date of Travel: January 18, 2019


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14 thoughts on “TRIP REPORT | WestJet – 737 600 – New York (LGA) to Toronto (YYZ) | Economy”

  1. Can you fly by Azerbaijan airlines! (Baku-bejing) or (Baku-New york)?

    1. The 737-600’s nickname is 736, like for short. As the 737-400 would be the 734

  2. That thing’s wings are too big for its own good.
    The cabin reminds me of JetBlue.
    LaGuardia looks like the seat of Andrew Cuomo’s pants.
    Why the delay on the flight?

  3. The A318 and 737-600 are both completely underrated and cute aircraft.

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