German leisure carrier Condor has inked an interline agreement with Canada's WestJet.
The co-operation - which takes effect in the summer 2013 schedule - allows passengers of the Frankfurt-based Thomas Cook subsidiary to use WestJet for connecting flights within Canada.
Condor flies from Germany to Calgary, Halifax, Toronto, Vancouver and Whitehorse.
Passengers on such flights will be able to connect to WestJet services to Alberta, Edmonton, Kelowna, Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa, Prince George, Regina, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, St John's, Thunder Bay, Victoria and Winnipeg.
Condor says that it will increase the frequency of its Canadian flights as a result of the partnership.