The airline says it will start serving the coffee on a flight from Toronto to Calgary and expand service across its fleet.
WestJet has signed a deal to serve McDonald’s coffee aboard its flights. The airline says it will start serving the coffee on a flight from Toronto to Calgary and expand service across its fleet. By December 1st WestJet says it also plans to offer McDonald’s coffee across its fleet of 737NG and 767NG aircraft with its regional airline, WestJet Encore to follow.
McDonald’s has been working to improve its coffee in recent years with its McCafé brand. The deal is similar to other arrangements airlines have struck with coffee companies.
- With more than 140 aircraft, the partnership will service approximately 30,000 cups of McCafé Premium Roast Coffee every day.
- Coffee on board WestJet aircraft will have the same popular on-cup rewards collector card and peelable sticker, redeemable on completion at participating Canadian McDonald's restaurants.
- Complimentary beverages are available on most WestJet flights and may include water, soft drinks, juice, tea, and McCafé Premium Roast Coffee.