Posted on: 15 October 2014 by Ross McSweeny
Boston Logan International Airport is to serve as the connecting point for the new interline agreement between JetBlue Airways and Porter Airlines.
Porter Airlines’ first interline agreement will provide passengers flying on any one of its 8 daily services to Boston from Billy Bishop Toronto International Airport access to JetBlue’s 125 daily Boston departures and vice versa.
“We are delighted to sign this agreement with Porter Airlines and make it even easier for Canadians to experience JetBlue’s award-winning service,” commented Tracy Bink, JetBlue’s director of alliances and partnerships. “With our 51 nonstop routes from Boston, Porter guests will have access to an incredibly diverse array of JetBlue destinations.”
Interline tickets are already available to buy, but only eligible for travel from 3 November onwards. Tickets will also be distributed through GDSs as well as through the airline’s websites.