Porter Airlines resumed flights to the Fredericton International Airport today, reconnecting Fredericton with Billy Bishop Airport in the heart of downtown Toronto and giving travellers another option for flying to Ottawa.
“We’re delighted to welcome Porter back to the YFC family,” says Johanne Gallant, President and CEO of the Fredericton International Airport Authority. “This daily service restores Fredericton’s direct connection to downtown Toronto as well as Ottawa, and we are pleased to now have all of our airlines back in service at YFC.”
“It’s a pleasure to be returning to Fredericton and providing an important travel option for the community,” says Michael Deluce, President and CEO of Porter Airlines. “The city is an important part of our overall network, which is being fully restored as of today.”
Flights depart Fredericton daily, stopping first in Ottawa and then continuing to Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport. Travellers can book tickets on the Porter website.
About the Fredericton International Airport
With a brand-new terminal building and a track record as the fastest growing airport in the Maritimes over the past decade, the Fredericton International Airport (YFC) is ready to reconnect New Brunswickers with the world. Serving central and Western New Brunswick, including the capital city, Fredericton, YFC offers flights to Canadian hubs and sun destinations and is home to over 20 companies employing more than 300 New Brunswickers.