Porter Airlines launched two new routes to Orlando International Airport (MCO) on Tuesday (Nov. 21), with flights departing from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Ottawa International Airport (YOW).
The start of service to Orlando marks the third new Florida destination that Porter has touched down since the start of November, following Tampa and Fort Myers.
The flights utilize Porter's new Embraer E195-E2 aircraft, which has no middl seats, free Wi-Fi, a selection of premium snacks, and free beer and wine served in glassware.
Priority check-in, extra legroom seats, premium pre-mixed cocktails, and fresh, healthy meals are available with the all-inclusive Porter Reserve fares, or available à la carte with Porter Classic fares.
“Canadians are the most frequent international visitors to Florida, and Porter is proud to take off on two more routes into the Sunshine State,” said Kevin Jackson, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Porter Airlines. “With Porter’s unrivaled level of comfort for economy travellers, our passengers can look forward to enjoying the journey and the destination.”
The new routes give passengers from Florida the opportunity to travel onwards to Western Canada destinations, with connections available to cities including Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.