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Porter postpones the resumption of his activities

(Toronto) Porter Airlines has extended its suspension of operations to December 15, five weeks later than expected on its previous schedule.

Posted October 13, 2020 at 12:39 pm

The Canadian Press

The Toronto airline grounded its fleet on March 21, with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, with plans to resume flights in early June.

Travel restrictions and falling demand, however, persuaded him on several occasions to delay the resumption of his activities.

Porter & # 39; s CEO Michael Deluce noted that outbreaks of COVID-19 cases in some markets in recent months had dampened hopes of some relief from the restrictions that the line had enabled. air to rise again.

Mr. Deluce said he hopes government restrictions can be lifted soon as some faster screening measures become more common, especially at airports.

Porter has indicated that he will not collect any change or cancellation fees for all bookings for flights scheduled for December 15th.

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