Porter Airlines lands in Saskatoon for the first time


Porter Airlines opened the service Saskatchewan For the first time with daily non-stop return flights between Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) and Saskatoon International Airport (YXE).

With the new service, the airline is present in all ten Canadian provinces for the first time in its history.

Passengers receive competitive pricing and experience an elevated standard of service unmatched by any other airline in North America for economy passengers.

The flight plan looks like this:




Toronto Pearson-Saskatoon

Saskatoon – Toronto Pearson


4:55 p.m

4:04 p.m

10:09 p.m

(All times are local).

The route connects from Toronto-Pearson to Porter's Eastern Canada network, including Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa and St. John's.

Flights between Toronto-Pearson and Saskatoon are operated using the 132-seat Embraer E195-E2 aircraft, which features a two-by-two seating configuration. (Porter points out that it is the only airline on this route that does not promise middle seats for everyone).

All passengers can also enjoy Porter's free Wi-Fi, premium snacks, and complimentary beer and wine by the glass.

Priority check-in, ticketing flexibility, extra legroom seating, premium pre-made cocktails and fresh, healthy meals are also available on PorterReserve all-inclusive fares or can be purchased a la carte with PorterClassic fares.

“Saskatoon is an important destination as Porter expands its cross-Canada network. Providing supplies to all ten provinces is extremely important for us and creates an additional connection between East and West. Both leisure and business travelers can now experience Porter’s renowned hospitality on this route,” he said Kevin JacksonPresident of Porter in a press release.