March 4, 2011
Porter is expanding service to Thunder Bay.
Porter Airlines is increasing flights to five daily roundtrips, from three, on its Thunder Bay, Ont./Toronto City Airport route. The new schedule takes effect May 25, and operates year-round.
“Thunder Bay has been a consistently popular route and we are often at capacity on those flights,” said Robert Deluce, president and CEO of Porter.
Porter began flying between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Thunder Bay in 2009, as a seasonal route. Year-round service was added soon afterwards in response to the route’s success.
Highlights of the new schedule include five roundtrip flights each weekday; four roundtrips on Sunday; and two roundtrips on Saturday.
Connecting flight options via Toronto to Porter destinations such as Montreal, Ottawa, Sudbury, New York, Boston and Chicago are also expanded with this increased frequency.
Visit their site