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Porter Airlines Postpones Service Resumption until November 12

Porter Airlines, Canada’s short-haul carrier flying from Toronto’s Billy Bishop airport, has announced that the carrier has postponed service resumption until November 12.

Porter temporarily suspended operations on March 12 due to COVID-19 and has actively been working to resume service.

The quarantine period for travelers entering or returning to Canada has recently been extended. This decision, in addition to maintaining the border closure between Canada and the United States and the travel bubble in Atlantic Canada , are the main factors in the decision to extend the date of recovery.

“Each of our markets is affected by non-essential travel advisories and the border closure by the Canadian government,” said Michael Deluce , president and CEO of Porter Airlines. “We recognize the impact this has on our passengers and our team members, and we continue to make decisions as the situation evolves.”

For more information, visit Porter Airlines.

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