Flying into domestic airports could give Porter some additional routes, but Morrison said the airline is still limited by the range of the Q Add 37 seats to most planes, fill them all, and the passenger ceiling suddenly gets a lot higher.
Two days later, Deluce unveiled the Porter brand, finally making his idea a reality. His father, Stanley, was a Second World War pilot who came home and started a business flying tourists to Lake Superior.
The first is to extend the runway into the water by up to metres at either end.
The way Deluce tells it, going from turboprops to jets will be no more disruptive than upgrading your cellphone: the new one is faster, more efficient and just as quiet. Porter and WestJet share a customer perception that they are the little guys on the side of the people. Currently, there are three sets of potential acquirers: a Canadian chartered airline like Air Transat, a foreign airline looking to gain access to the Toronto business travel market most likely from the USor a major Canadian airline like Air Canada or WestJet.
In Novemberfederal Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced he would not support the proposal  and in Decemberthe TPA rebranded as PortsToronto 11 months before announced that it had "halted work on an environmental assessment and two studies" it had commissioned concerning the expansion.
By all appearances, they look forward to the occasion. Andrew Pierce — Director of Commercial Planning. Being acquired is the most lucrative way for Porter to step into the next stage of its growth towards becoming a large North American airline.
Deluce is undeterred. An expansion into Pearson Airport would be ill advised, as its identity as the downtown, chic, and efficient airline would be lost.