Porter Airlines is seeking a major change in regulations governing its base at Billy Bishop Toronto City Center Airport to accommodate an expansion into jet operations. The airline, which today confirmed a purchase agreement with Bombardier for 12 CS100s, is seeking a change to a 1983 accord that limits jet operations at Billy Bishop to a small number of charter flights. Porter also is seeking regulatory approval to extend the island airport’s main runway by 168 meters at each end, which ...
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