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Porter Airlines lands in Saskatoon for first time

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  •   05-16-2024  9:32 am
  •   Pax Global Media

Porter Airlines lands in Saskatoon for first time
(Porter Airlines)
Pax Global Media

Porter Airlines has inaugurated service to Saskatchewan for the first time with daily nonstop roundtrip service between Toronto Pearson airport (YYZ) and Saskatoon International Airport (YXE). 

The new service marks the airline’s presence in all 10 Canadian provinces for the first time in its history.

Passengers will be provided with competitive pricing and experience an elevated service standard that no other airline in North America offers for economy passengers. 

The flight schedule is as follows:




Toronto Pearson - Saskatoon

Saskatoon - Toronto-Pearson

2:30 p.m.

4:55 p.m. 

4:04 p.m.

10:09 p.m.

(All times are local).

The route connects to Porter’s Eastern Canada network out of Toronto-Pearson, including Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa and St. John’s. 

Flights between Toronto-Pearson and Saskatoon are operated by the 132-seat Embraer E195-E2 aircraft, which has a two-by-two seating configuration. (Porter notes that it is the only airline on this route promising no middle seats for everyone).

All passengers can also enjoy Porter's free Wi-Fi, premium snacks, and complimentary beer and wine served in glassware. 

Priority check-in, ticketing flexibility, extra legroom seats, premium pre-mixed cocktails, and fresh, healthy meals are also available with the all-inclusive PorterReserve fares or may be purchased à la carte with PorterClassic fares.

“Saskatoon is an important destination as Porter grows its cross-Canada network. Serving all 10 provinces is extremely meaningful for us, creating added connectivity between the east and the west. Leisure and business travellers alike can now experience Porter’s renowned hospitality on this route," said Kevin Jackson, president of Porter in a press release.