Porter Set For Return To Mont Tremblant

Porter Airlines is reintroducing its annual winter service between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and
Mont Tremblant, Que. from Dec. 7 to April 1, 2019.
The early December start date will allow visitors to attend the popular 24 Hours of Tremblant season
kick-off charitable event and enjoy pre-Christmas time in the village.
The standard schedule includes four weekly flights throughout the season, with adjustments for
increased frequencies during peak periods, such as Christmas, Family Day and March Break.
Non-stop flights from Billy Bishop Airport take approximately 70 minutes. Connecting flights are
available from numerous Porter locations in Canada and the US.
The Mont Tremblant International Airport (MTIA) is offering two special promotions this ski season.
Passengers receive two free weekday ski lift tickets when they arrive on a Sunday or Monday and depart
on a Thursday or Friday. Passengers travelling with children ages two to 12 years of age are eligible for
an airfare rebate on select dates, courtesy of MTIA airport.

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Delta Air Lines’ Airbus A220 Makes Its First Flight

Delta air lines’ first airbus A220 took off on its maiden flight over the skies of Quebec on Saturday.
The aircraft, which departed from the A220 assembly line facility near Montreal, was flown by A220
program test pilots on a two-hour, 53-minute flights. Crews checked the aircraft’s main system before
returning to Mirabel, Quebec, according to Airbus.
The A220, which was known as the “Bombardier CSeries” until it was rebranded in July, is likely to begin
flying for delta in early 2019.
The A220-100 variant bound for Delta will now undergo a series of flight tests before the first delivery to
the carrier, which is likely to come early next year.
Delta is the U.S. carrier to order the jet. Delta’s order for at least 75 of the aircraft threw a lifeline to be
then-struggling CSeries. Airbus has since taken a majority stake in the aircraft line, which precipitated
the new name.
Delta will become the first U.S. carrier to operate the A220 and the fourth worldwide. Swiss
International Air Lines, Airbaltic and Korean air already are A220 customers.
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United: New 787-10 Dreamliners To Debut On Newark-California routes

United airlines will debut its new Boeing 787-10 dream liners on its “premium” transcontinental routes between Newark and California, the carrier revealed Monday morning.
The jets- the newest and biggest version of Boeing 787 wide body-are set to begin arriving to united
later this year.
United will begin flying them Jan, 7, 2019, adding the 787-10 to its schedules between Newark and los
Angeles. The 787-10s eventually will be put on two of the up to 12 daily round-trip Newark-LAX flights
offered by airlines.
United’s 787-10s will seat 318 passengers, including 44 in lie-flat business-class seats and 21 in United’s
new “premium plus” recliner seats that split the different between business-class and typical coach
seating. Also onboard are 54 extra-legroom premium economy seats and 199 in standard coach.
United will be the first North American airline to fly the “dash 10” variant of the 787. The aircraft is
essentially a stretch version of Boeing’s shorter 787-8 and 787-9 variants. Compared to the 787-9, the
dash 10 is about 18 feet longer than the 787-9 and can carry more passengers and more cargo.
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