It takes work to make flying this miserable. But it pays.
MONTREAL – The CEO of Porter Airlines believes his desire to fly jets in and out of Toronto’s waterfront airport will ultimately win city council support because it addresses the
TORONTO – Porter Airlines is using a lawsuit to stop the union representing 22 striking workers from protesting the way the airline treats its employees, the Canadian Office and Professional
CEO Robert Deluce may have a few tricks up his sleeve yet, writes Chris Sorensen
It is the country’s biggest and most dysfunctional airline, at war with its unions, losing money and protected by Ottawa. There may be only one way out.
Airports rank right up there with potholes and property taxes
How Robert Deluce took over a Toronto airport, launched Porter Airlines and screwed over Air Canada
A Wee Dram Before Take-Off
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Some delays may be experienced due to special security measures being implemented downtown Toronto
Just because the city’s financial movers and shakers like travelling with Porter doesn’t necessarily mean they want to own shares in it
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Porter’s IPO Prospectus Reveals Not-So-Rosy Picture
And why it’s good Elizabeth May knows how to sail