Posted on: 18 March 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Porter Airlines is to expand its service on the key Toronto–Montreal and Toronto–Ottawa routes significantly, offering up to 84 combined daily flights.
Flights between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Montreal Trudeau Airport will grow to 46 daily trips from the current peak of 28. On the Toronto City Airport–Ottawa route, the daily frequency increases to 38 trips from 34. The majority of flights will operate every 40 minutes on the Montreal route and every hour on the Ottawa route. The changes take full effect on 5 May.
“Porter now has more weekday flights on these two important routes than any other carrier,” declared Robert Deluce, president and CEO of Porter Airlines. “Business people enjoy travelling when the flight is convenient for their schedule and Porter gives them extensive choices with high frequency and flexibility.”
“Our passengers value competition, convenience and genuine customer service,” added Deluce. “Toronto City Airport’s unrivalled location is part of the travel experience that will continue defining Porter’s service on these routes.”