Porter Airlines Rethinks Strategy In Wake Of CS100 Setback

Credit: Porter
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...

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