Reports that Canada’s Porter Airlines tomorrow will announce a major order for Bombardier CSeries aircraft have industry analysts guessing what the purchase will mean for the company’s business plans. Since it began operations in October 2006, Porter has grown by offering premium service to an increasing number of destinations from Toronto’s downtown airport, using 70-seat Bombardier Q400 regional turboprops. To allow the 110- to 125-seat CS100 to operate from Billy Bishop Toronto ...
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