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Airline deal adds connecting flights in Sudbury to 23 cities

Porter Airlines and New York-based JetBlue Airways have unveiled an interline partnership that will translate into more connection choices for Sudbury travellers.
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There are two cancelled departures and one cancelled arrival a at the Sudbury Airport due to weather conditions. File photo.
Porter Airlines and New York-based JetBlue Airways have unveiled an interline partnership that will translate into more connection choices for Sudbury travellers.

Currently, 23 new cities are available, including Orlando, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Ft. Lauderdale and San Francisco amongst dozens of destinations in the U.S. and the Caribbean. Boston Logan International Airport serves as the connecting point for these interline flights.

Porter and JetBlue are internationally recognized as being among the best in their respective categories.

“Porter’s connection with JetBlue gives customers in Sudbury another choice when planning their travel,” said Robert Deluce, president and CEO of Porter Airlines, in a news release Tuesday. “It also makes Sudbury more accessible to JetBlue passengers who want to visit or do business in the region.”

Flights are available for sale immediately on www.flyporter.com.

The Greater Sudbury Airport is currently served by Air Canada, Bearskin Airlines, Porter Airlines and Sunwing Airlines. Air Canada offers daily flights to and from Toronto's Pearson International Airport, which provide worldwide connections, while Porter offers daily service to and from downtown’s Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which connects passengers to various Canadian and U.S. destinations.

Bearskin offers air service to and from many northeastern Ontario centres, while Sunwing offers flights from Greater Sudbury to various sun destinations from December to March.