Fly with Porter Airlines from Ottawa to Thunder Bay
Porter Airlines, the Canadian regional airline, has announced its expansion plan in Ottawa, which includes launching a new route between Ottawa International Airport and Thunder Bay, as part of its broader expansion plan in the capital city.
The new route between Ottawa and Thunder Bay will be serviced twice daily by Porter's 78-seat De Havilland Dash 8-400 aircraft. The airline has a reputation for providing a premium flying experience, and passengers can expect to enjoy comfortable seating, free snacks and drinks, and in-flight entertainment.
This new route will provide more travel options for the residents of Thunder Bay, who will now have direct access to Ottawa, a hub for government, technology, and business in Canada. It will also open up more opportunities for business and leisure travelers, making it easier to access these two cities.
The addition of this route is a significant milestone for Porter Airlines, as it strengthens its position in the market and enhances its ability to serve customers. The company has also announced new routes between Ottawa and Boston and between Ottawa and New York/Newark.
According to Michael Deluce, President, and CEO of Porter Airlines, "These new routes reflect our commitment to growing our presence in Ottawa and connecting more communities across Canada and the United States. We are excited to provide our passengers with more travel options and an unmatched flying experience."
Overall, the new Ottawa-Thunder Bay route is an exciting development for Porter Airlines and for travelers in both cities. The new service is expected to provide a boost to the local economy by increasing tourism and business travel, while also offering passengers a convenient and affordable option for traveling between Ottawa and Thunder Bay.