New day, big news, frequent flyers! Porter Airlines, one of Canada’s most hospitable carriers, is adding daily roundtrip flights on three routes across Canada and you’ll want to book your next trip ASAP.
Giving Canadians more opportunities to travel from east to west, Porter will soon launch daily flights between Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Calgary International Airport (YYC) and Edmonton International Airport (YEG).
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These routes will begin next spring and will feature all of the complimentary goodies that have made the airline a favourite of those who love treating themselves for a fraction of the price.
In addition to premium snacks, beer and wine served in glassware (free of cost), Porter also provides no-cost WiFi to all passengers – an absolute treat for longer trips.
Hungrier guests may also pay PorterReserve fares and get all-inclusive meals or can purchase more sizable, healthy eats à la carte.
Sound like a dream? Their new flight schedule is as follows:
“Porter’s Alberta expansion is a testament to its confidence in our province’s aviation industry, and the ongoing demand for travel in our region,” said Chris Dinsdale, CEO, The Calgary Airport Authority.
“We are thrilled to add an additional connection to Montréal as the third route to Porter’s offering out of YYC, increasing connectivity and giving travellers even more options to explore our two remarkable cities.”
If you’re ready to fly, head over to their website now and get booking! The addition of this service will now connect Halifax, Toronto-Pearson and Toronto-City through Montreal and will complement non-stop service from Toronto Pearson and Ottawa to each market.
Tickets start at just $208 from Vancouver, $279 from Calgary and $262 from Edmonton, but vary depending on your chosen departure date – so hurry!
There are only so many window seats on each plane.
Enjoy and happy travelling!