16 AUGUST 2010
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PORTER AIRLINES, at Toronto City Airport, is seemingly having an effect at bigger neighbour Toronto Pearson International, proving the value of competition. Users of Canada’s largest airport will no longer have to pay for use of the internet, something passengers at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport have got used to since Porter Airways introduced services in October 2006. The airline recently ordered four more Bombardier Q400 aircraft which will bring its fleet up to 24. Interestingly Porter’s Q400s operate with just 70 seats rather than the normal 78 due to performance restrictions at the airport. It makes for a more comfortable cabin. www.gtaa.com www.torontoport.com/airport.asp
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