Porter Airlines Adds Flights to Los Angeles and San Francisco From Montréal

by Anthony Losanno
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Porter Airlines is a Toronto-based airline that connects passengers to more than 20 cities across Canada and the US. The Canadian carrier announced this week that it’s adding seasonal nonstop flights between Montréal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and two California cities: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Service begins in late June for both routes and runs until October 26th.

Flights to/from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) begin on June 27th and run 4x weekly. The 3x weekly San Francisco International Airport (SFO) flights begin one day later on June 28th. These new flights are operated with a 132-seat Embraer E195-E2 aircraft. Porter promises that all passengers receive “celebrity treatment with Porter’s elevated economy experience.” It offers a 2-2 seating configuration and offers a premium experience to all passengers with complimentary snacks, beer and wine served in glassware, and free Wi-Fi.

Porter Plane

These new flights are in addition to the service to both cities from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) that Porter announced in October (more here).

Anthony’s Take: I’ve flown Air Canada and WestJet (I compared their Business Class offerings here), but have yet to try Porter Airlines. It looks like a comfortable ride and I hope to try it soon.

(Image Credits: Porter Airlines.)

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