Review of Porter Airlines

A primary objective of the Rivkin Travel Review is to keep readers informed on the best options for any type of travel. In this edition we wanted to focus on one of Canada’s top carriers: Porter Airlines, which recently earned four stars in Sky Tax’s annual North American rankings, alongside Air Canada.

Porter Airlines is a regional airline headquartered at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is located on an island in Toronto Harbour, just offshore of the city’s downtown business and tourism districts. The airport is connected to the mainland by modern ferries which carry passengers across the water. As Porter’s main operating base, Toronto City Airport provides unmatched urban accessibility, whether you’re on a quick same-day business trip or off for a weekend getaway.

In-flight service includes a refined experience for passengers, and an attentive crew is pleased to offer snack and beverage service on all flights, including complimentary soft drinks, as well as wine and beer. Business and leisure travelers love the comfy 2-by-2 layout with no middle seats and more legroom than any cabin in its class. The aircraft also features a noise and vibration suppression system to reduce in-flight noise levels.

Porter has a goal of making all travel easier by lightening the load, and the team embraces a philosophy that incorporates convenience, speed and quality service. As the airline of choice for Canadian travelers, Porter’s seamless approach to hospitality and superior service brings dignity and refinement back to air travel. The Canadian airline has even been rated as an Official 4 Star Airline in the World Airline Star Rating ranking by SKYTRAX. This represents a standard of achievement across all travel categories.

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