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- 505 rue principale, 4th floor
Québec City, QC
Canada G2G 0J4
- Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
- Air Canada
Delta Air Lines
Pascan Aviation Inc.
- Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
- Air France
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Jean Lesage International Airport serves Québec City, Canada. The airport is managed by Aéroport de Québec and rnaks among the busiest in Québec. Québec City has extensive connections to regional destinations in eastern Canada, as well as direct connections to major cities across Canada and the US.
Location of Quebec Airport, Canada
Ground Handlers servicing Quebec Airport
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Porter Airlines seems to be instituting a slight strategy shift as its main rivals Air Canada and WestJet turn their attention to the respective launches of their new subsidiaries. While Porter appears largely protected from direct competitive threats from either enterprise, the carrier has recorded dwindling load factors, perhaps an effort to trade loads for yields.
The shift follows increasing competitive pressure in some of Porter’s busier business markets in Canada’s eastern triangle (Toronto-Montreal-Ottawa) after WestJet during 2012 bolstered its frequencies on those routes along with introducing new transborder service from Toronto to New York LaGuardia. Air Canada has repeatedly stated its unit revenues have come under pressure in those markets as competitors increased capacity in those regions.
From its base at Toronto City Centre Porter serves the busy US northeastern transborder markets of Boston, New York (Newark) and Washington (Dulles). The carrier also operates its 70-seat Q400 turboprops to Chicago Midway.
Two of Canada’s leading airport operators, Toronto’s GTAA and Aeroports de Montreal, released their financial report for the year ending 31-Dec-2010. Both are not-for-profit corporatised organisations, typical of the halfway house privatisation that applies to most of the major Canadian gateway airports, and one that has attracted some attention in the US. Both report EBITDA gains but AdM still trails Toronto in passenger volume by quite a margin.
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