Porter Airlines, Canada's beloved lower-cost airline, announced it will be back in the skies starting September 8 with multiple Montreal flights

Beginning on September 8, Porter will offer six "peak daily roundtrips" between Montreal and Toronto — all flying to and from the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which is just minutes away from downtown Toronto.

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On September 13, Porter will add a Montreal-Halifax route to its roster with one "peak daily roundtrip" flight.  

The airline says more flights to Porter's other year-round destinations are available for booking and set to resume as of October 6 based on passenger demand.

As part of its relaunch, Porter is making all fares purchased by July 20, for travel through December 15, fully refundable with no fees "for your peace of mind when buying a ticket," the website reads. 

You can find Porter's full initial flight schedule on the Porter website.

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