Porter Airlines adds 6th daily Toronto-Boston flight
TORONTO - Porter Airlines is increasing weekday roundtrip flights to six from five between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Boston's Logan International Airport, beginning Oct. 12.
TORONTO – Porter Airlines is increasing weekday roundtrip flights to six from five between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Boston’s Logan International Airport, beginning Oct. 12.
The addition of this flight doubles Porter’s Toronto-Boston service from its original 2009 schedule and brings Boston and Toronto even closer together, allowing greater same-day business travel flexibility and offering leisure travellers a wider range of departure options.
“Boston is one of our strongest markets,” said Robert Deluce, president and CEO of Porter Airlines. “By adapting to meet this increasing demand, we are continuing to provide the level of service and convenience that our customers have come to expect.”
“We are pleased that Porter is adding a sixth weekday flight from Boston Logan to Toronto City Airport,” said Ed Freni, Director of Aviation for the Massachusetts Port Authority, which owns and operates Logan. “Their service has grown steadily in two years and giving passengers choice and frequency helps our customers and competition keeps fares low.”
The new weekday schedule now includes the following departure times:
departure times Boston
* Denotes new service
The weekend schedule remains at two Saturday roundtrips and five on Sunday.
This additional service also improves the number of available connecting flights to destinations such as Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Thunder Bay, Windsor, Sault Ste. Marie, and Sudbury.