You can now travel beyond our Porter network to destinations across the world by connecting with one of our airline partners.
Airline partners are other carriers that have a partnership with Porter, making it easier to fly further and experience more. Part of your trip will be with Porter, but another portion of your journey may be with an airline partner, as it connects you to a destination that is outside of our network.
Take a convenient flight from the downtown Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and connect through Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) or Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) on JetBlue to more than 50 destinations. You get to enjoy the fabulous, award-winning service, new destinations and of course, affordable fares by both airlines. Booking a flight is just a click away!
Discover Israel with a seamless connection to Tel Aviv (TLV) with El Al, Israel’s national airline. Enjoy a convenience of a single ticket, between Porter and El Al via Newark Liberty International (EWR).
Emirates and Porter partnership enhances your options for travel between Canada and Dubai, the Middle East, India, Southeast Asia and beyond. Connect to Emirates' top-notch service through Boston (BOS) and Washington (IAD) and enjoy the convenience of a single ticket.
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Experience the rugged landscapes and natural wonders of Iceland or connect to more than 20 Icelandair destinations throughout Europe. Easy connections are available in Boston (BOS), Washington-Dulles (IAD), Newark–New York (EWR) and Halifax (YHZ).
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Qatar Airways, our partner since 2012, is one of the world’s most highly rated airlines. Seamlessly connect with Qatar Airways from Toronto (YTZ), Montreal (YUL) and Washington-Dulles (IAD) to Doha, Qatar (DOH) and beyond.
Venture to the Azores Islands in Portugal and Lisbon on the mainland with Azores Airines weekly flights. Experience a smooth connection with Azores and Porter through Boston (BOS) and seasonally via Montreal (YUL).
Each airline has their own terms and conditions of carriage that apply to the transportation of passengers and baggage, including seating, check-in times and requirements, in-flight services, special assistance and other aspects of your travel.
When connecting to or from any other airline, including interline flights, you are responsible for making independent arrangements directly with the other airline and notifying them of any specific travel needs.
For JetBlue interline reservations:
When you travel on a single ticket with Porter and one of our airline partners, in most cases, Porter will honour the baggage policy of the most significant international carrier. However, to confirm applicable IATA regulations, we strongly recommend that you check the baggage policy of each airline on your actual itinerary.
If Porter and JetBlue are booked together on a single ticket and your trip originates with a Porter flight, you will be able to check-in online at flyporter.com or at the airport counter. Kiosk check-in is not available.
Please check in at the airport counter.
Passengers whose travel involves connecting flights on other carriers should enquire at the airport check-in counter whether they may check their bags to their final destination, or whether they must claim their luggage at the connection point and check it in again when connecting to another flight.
Here you will find answers to questions people often ask when traveling with partner airlines.
To make a booking to a JetBlue destination beyond the Porter network, simply search for your desired start-point or final destination through our online booking system. For our other partner airlines, please visit their respective website.
If you have booked your reservation through Porter Airlines directly, please contact our Call Centre at 1-888-619-8622. If you have booked your reservation through a travel agency or one of our airline partners, please contact them directly.
Change or cancellation fees are charged based on the rules of the fare you purchased. Specific details pertaining to your booking can be found on the itinerary you received when you made your reservation. If you booked your flight with Porter directly, you can also find this information by pulling up your booking through My Bookings section. Fare rules summary is located at the bottom of the itinerary page.
If your Porter flight is delayed or cancelled, please contact our Call Centre for assistance. If your flight with one of our airline partners is delayed or cancelled, please contact them directly.
This depends on the airport and your destination. More information is available at Connecting Flights page.