Monte Kwinter, MPP, assistant to Ontario's Minister of Economic Development and Trade (Investment Attraction and Trade), addresses guests at Porter's preview of its new terminal.
February 23, 2010
Porter Airlines has previewed its new $50-million home at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which will start serving passengers, including meeting and incentive travel groups, March 7.
Phase one of the revamped airport includes expanded lounge facilities, a spacious check-in hall and office space, expected to open in time for the March 7 launch.
The new lounges will triple current capacity and feature Porter’s standard complimentary amenities, including a business centre, lounge-style seating, beverages, snacks and WiFi.
Porter is a tenant of City Centre Terminal Corp., which operates the new terminal and is seeking retail, food services, duty-free, and other tenants for the 150,000-sq.-ft., two-phase project.
The full facility, including 10 bridged aircraft gates and two passenger lounges, is scheduled for completion by fall, 2010.
On March 31, Porter launches service to Sudbury, Ont.
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