Porter Airlines in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is growing to provide Ontarians and tourists:

  • new services to Windsor: up to three daily round trips between Windsor and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport;
  • new services between Toronto and Sault Ste. Marie;
  • doubling service between Sudbury and Toronto;
  • connecting markets through Toronto include Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Thunder Bay, Quebec City, Boston, Chicago and New York;
  • easy access to the financial and entertainment districts of Toronto as Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is conveniently located just minutes from downtown;
  • affordable premium service, including
  • complimentary in-flight wine and beer, extra legroom and relaxing departure lounges; and
  • a fleet of 70-seat Bombardier Q400 aircraft, which features high cruising speed, revolutionary cabin noise-reduction technology and environmentally-friendly engines.

Porter Airlines currently serves Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City, Moncton, Halifax, St. John’s, Thunder Bay, Sudbury, New York (Newark), Chicago (Midway), Boston (Logan), and has seasonal flights to Mt. Tremblant, Que. and Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Porter Airlines Expanding and Adding New Services

Porter Airlines Expanding and Adding New Services

Ontario, Canada: Newsroom

News Release

Statement From Minister Pupatello On Porter Airlines

April 27, 2011 10:45 AM

Minister of Economic Development and Trade Sandra Pupatello issued the following statement about Porter Airlines adding new services to Windsor and Sault Ste. Marie and expanding service to Sudbury.

“Congratulations to Porter Airlines on adding up to three daily roundtrip flights between Toronto and Windsor.

Market access and ease of travel are important for businesses making investment decisions. It will also make it easier for Ontarians and visitors to discover Ontario.

This route meets Windsor’s business needs and tourism offerings and will provide a real boost to Ontario’s economy.

I’m also thrilled that Porter is adding service between Toronto and Sault Ste. Marie and doubling service between Sudbury and Toronto.  Strengthening economic and tourism connections between the north and the south is vital to many people’s livelihoods.

I’m confident this expansion will mean good business for Porter and strengthen our economy as we continue to turn the corner.”


  • Leigh-Ann Popek
    Minister’s Office

Ministry of Economic Development and Trade

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