Porter adds new service between Montreal & Edmonton

Porter Airlines has added its second Western Canada destination from Montréal, inaugurating service between Montréal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Edmonton International Airport (YEG).

The new route starts with daily roundtrip flights operated on the 132-seat Embraer E195-E2 aircraft. Passengers on this route will enjoy fast and free WiFi onboard, and a two-by-two configuration, meaning there are no middle seats on any Porter flight.

Porter offers genuine hospitality and an elevated onboard service for all passengers, including a selection of complimentary premium snacks and free beer and wine served in glassware. An expedited airport experience, ticketing flexibility, priority check-in, extra legroom seats, fresh, healthy meals and premium pre-mixed cocktails are part of the all-inclusive PorterReserve fare, and available à la carte with PorterClassic.

Montréal is also a convenient gateway to European destinations such as Rome, Amsterdam and Lisbon, thanks to Porter’s partnership with Air Transat. These connecting itineraries may be purchased as a single itinerary that includes seamless baggage transfers.

Eight non-stop flights from Montreal

Service between Montréal and Vancouver was inaugurated in April, with Montréal-Calgary flights starting later this month. The launch of these three new western routes means that Porter will operate eight non-stop routes out of Montréal.

Porter also has existing daily flights connecting Edmonton with Toronto-Pearson and Ottawa.

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