Porter Airlines, based at Toronto’s island airport, said Thursday it will begin flying up to three daily round trips between Toronto’s City Centre Airport and Boston Logan airport on Sept. 14.
Porter currently flies to New York and Chicago in the U.S. and has said it is also considering flights to Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia.
Porter launched its service in the fall of 2006 using 70-seat turboprops built by Bombardier Inc. in Toronto. Its business plan ultimately calls for service to 17 short-haul destinations in Canada and the United States.
The airline also flies to Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Quebec City and, starting later this month, Thunder Bay.