Air Transat announced on Tuesday that it has entered into an agreement with Porter Airlines for code sharing, the implementation of which is planned for next summer season.
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“Each carrier, under its own code and license, markets aircraft operated by another partner, which allows customers to combine airline units and check their luggage only once on a single ticket,” Air Transat explained in a press release. Tuesday is the day.
The partnership includes plans to link Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Porter Airlines’ bases in Halifax-Stanfield to Montreal-Trudeau (YUL).
The goal is to provide customers of both airlines with a choice of connecting flights to North America and internationally, with ways to gain customary approvals.
“This promising deal combines two award-winning, traveler-centric brands, as well as complementary flight programs, and creates great opportunities for customers who want quality and worry-free travel,” Anik Gurard said in a press release. President and Chief Transat Executive Officer.
“This codershare agreement with Air Transat is fully in line with our own growth plans,” said Michael DeLuss, President and CEO, Porter Airlines. Air Transat’s undoubtedly the main purpose for our passengers is to provide seamless access to international markets that have made their mark.