Porter Airlines in Canada to Launch Seasonal Service to Vermont

For clients looking for a ski getaway in Vermont this winter, Porter Airlines is launching its seasonal service between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport in Canada and Burlington International Airport in Vermont Dec. 15. Twice-weekly roundtrip flights will run through April 8.

This news comes on the heels of last week’s announcement regarding flights between Billy Bishop and Mont Tremblant, making travel between the Canadian and U.S. ski regions even easier.

“Our new service to Vermont is a perfect complement to our current winter schedule already featuring prime destinations such as Mont Tremblant and Quebec City,” said Robert Deluce, president and CEO of Porter Airlines. “Burlington offers access to an incredible array of spectacular ski hills, and a vibrant community to explore.”

Roundtrip flights will run on Thursdays and Sundays, except for long weekends, which offer Thursday and Monday roundtrip options. One-way fares start from $99.

“This is a great partnership that will boost tourism in Vermont and provide an economic boost to our ski areas,” said Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin.

Porter will also offer special ski packages from Stowe Mountain Resort, Jay Peak, Smugglers Notch and Sugarbush at the Ski, Snowboard & Travel show in Toronto, October 13-16, and at www.skivermont.com in the coming week.

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