For the first time in its 16-year history, Porter Airlines will be flying commercial jets out of Toronto Pearson International Airport.
The flights will connect Toronto with Vancouver, Ottawa and Montreal starting in February 2023, with the airline promising an “enjoyable economy air travel for every passenger.”
Porter says there will be multiple, non-stop flights to these three locations every day, with the price ranging from about $225 to $248 for a round trip.
“Porter’s introduction of the E195-E2 provides the ability to operate throughout North America, including the west coast, better positioning us to serve the needs of many more business and leisure passengers,” Michael Deluce, president and CEO of Porter Airlines, said in a statement. “This investment introduces a new level of thoughtful service, unmatched by any other airline in North America. It will change the way passengers think about flying economy.”
The aircrafts being used for these …