Porter Airlines, moving closer to securing necessary approvals to lengthen the main runway at its Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport home base, is pressing on with plans to take delivery of its first Bombardier CSeries CS100 in 2016, CEO Robert Deluce tells Aviation Week.  Toronto’s city council voted unanimously in April to move the infrastructure project forward, but considerable work remains before the runway can be lengthened by about 200 meters (656 feet) on each end, ...


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