For nearly three years, Porter Airlines founder and CEO Robert Deluce bragged about his plan to transform his airline. Long a regional carrier with an all-turboprop fleet, Porter intended to fly as many as 30 new Canadian-made Bombardier CS100 jets from Toronto’s small downtown airport to cities as far away as San Francisco, Los Angeles and Vancouver. But in November, that talk ended when Canada’s new transport minister, Marc Garneau, said definitively that the incoming Liberal ...

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