Porter Airlines is expanding its coast-to-coast network further with the inauguration of service in Victoria. Daily flights between Toronto Pearson Airport represent another link in a growing network of routes the airline has introduced this year.
The 132-seat plane features a two-by-two configuration, offering all passengers no middle seats and greater personal space. Free, fast, streaming-quality WiFi is also available, with the ability to watch and listen to personal subscription services on multiple devices. A library of movies and TV shows provides additional in-flight entertainment options.
Porter’s distinct service includes complimentary beer and wine served in glassware, and free premium snacks available to all travellers. Fresh, healthy meals, pre-mixed cocktails and additional snack options are also available.
“Victoria is proving to be among our most popular new markets,” said Kevin Jackson, executive vice president and chief commercial officer, Porter Airlines. “We are now truly connecting Canada’s major cities from the west with Victoria to the east in St. John’s, with many points in between. There are numerous other destinations that we intend to serve across North America as additional aircraft are delivered to us through 2024.”
Connecting flights with Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax and St. John’s are also available.
“We’re so pleased to welcome Porter and a new Victoria–Toronto service,” said Elizabeth M. Brown, president and CEO, Victoria Airport Authority. “It’s always a pleasure to welcome a new airline. Porter’s exceptional service is a welcome addition to the Victoria market and signals continued economic growth and partnership for our region. We look forward to working with them to ensure the route’s success.”