June 25, 2009
Porter Airlines is adding regular flights to Boston, a top U.S. meeting place, beginning in September.
Service between Toronto City Centre Airport (TCCA) and Boston Logan International Airport begins Sept. 14, with up to three daily non-stop roundtrips.
The route also offers connecting Porter flights to Ottawa, Montreal, Thunder Bay, Ont., and Quebec City.
Flights offer complimentary wine, beer and premium snacks.
For meeting and event planners seeking greener flight options, the airline’s 70-seat Bombardier Q400 planes use 30-per-cent to 40-per-cent less fuel than comparable regional and narrow-body jets.
Based at its own dedicated TCCA terminal, Porter serves Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Thunder Bay, Quebec City, Halifax, New York (Newark) and Chicago (Midway).
Longer-term, Porter plans to fly to at least 17 short-haul Canadian and U.S. destinations.
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