Canadian carriers Air Transat and Porter Airlines have launched the first phase of their joint venture, with passengers now able to use each partner’s distribution channels to book direct and connecting flights.

“Our alliance is enhancing the travel experience by seamlessly integrating our services across North and Latin America, as well as Europe and North Africa,” said Sebastian Ponce, chief revenue officer at Transat.

Senior vice president and chief commercial officer at Porter Airlines Edmond Eldebs commented that Porter’s growing presence throughout North America fits perfectly with Air Transat’s international routes. “We are able to operate independently, but collaboratively, to give passengers more choice when they are booking their travel,” he added.
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