Porter Airlines has submitted a second proposal to further reduce noise as public consultations begin on its request to extend the runway at Toronto’s downtown island aircraft and allow it to operate CSeries jets. The original plan, submitted in April when Porter placed a conditional order for up to 30 107-seat CS100s, is to extend the runway by 168 meters at each end. The new proposal would increase that to 200 meters at each end to allow a reduced-thrust departure to lower noise. ...
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