Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport to welcome restart of Porter Airlines and Air Canada services
Commercial airline service resumes at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on 8 September 2021. Porter Airlines will phase in its scheduled service, offering flights to Montreal (six daily roundtrips), Ottawa (six daily roundtrips) and Thunder Bay (three daily roundtrips) on 8 September. Air Canada will also restart its Montreal service on 8 September, with five daily return flights.
“We are pleased to restart our operations at Billy Bishop Airport and offer our customers the choice to fly in and out of Toronto Island, which is popular among business travellers for its proximity to the city centre and its ability to connect travellers to our global network through Montreal,” said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President, Network Planning and Revenue Management, Air Canada. “Our schedule enables travellers to conveniently fly between Montreal and Toronto Island Airport up to five times per day, linking the two key business and cultural centres as we continue to play our part to reinvigorate Canada’s economy. We look forward to welcoming our customers back on board and expanding our daily service as more traffic returns.”
Service to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport will be operated by Air Canada Express Jazz with a De Havilland Dash 8-400.