By BOB BOUGHNER, QMI Agency
The inaugural Porter Airlines flight to Windsor, Ont. touched down this week, marking the airline's 15th destination.
“Porter's refined and stress-free approach to travel is being well-received in Windsor,'' said Robert Deluce, the company's president and CEO.
Deluce said he's confident Windsor will appreciate Porter's focus on service-oriented flying. Porter offers up to three daily round trips between Windsor and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Connecting markets through Toronto include Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Thunder Bay, Quebec City, Boston, Chicago and New York.
Known for its affordable premium service, including complimentary in-flight wine and beer, extra legroom and relaxing departure lounges, Porter operates a fleet of 70-seat Bombardier Q400 aircraft.
This story was posted on Mon, May 2, 2011
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