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Porter seasonal flights from Billy Bishop to Myrtle Beach starting March 9, 2022

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  •   12-10-2021  9:45 pm
  •   Pax Global Media

Porter seasonal flights from Billy Bishop to Myrtle Beach starting March 9, 2022
Myrtle Beach. (File photo/supplied)
Pax Global Media

Start planning your spring break trip with Porter Airlines’ seasonal service to Myrtle Beach, S.C

Beginning March 9, 2022, Porter will commence two weekly nonstop flights between MYR and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) with connecting service from various Porter locations. Flights will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays through May 28, 2022.

“Relax with a trip to sandy beaches and sunshine,” said Michael Deluce, president and CEO, Porter Airlines. “We’re looking forward to returning to another seasonal destination. Myrtle Beach is only a short flight away and is perfect for a short getaway.”

With oceanfront hotels and beaches along the Atlantic coast, Myrtle Beach is also home to 90 golf courses for every level of golfer and planning is made simpler with Porter Escapes vacation packages. 

Visit the Porter Escapes page for flight and hotel booking information. 

Passengers may book a flight with the Full Refund Option for $40 plus taxes. 

The Refund Option entitles customers to receive a refund, including base fare, taxes and fees, for their booking upon advance cancellation of their flight for any reason. Bookings made before Dec. 31, 2021, are also eligible to change or cancel without fees.

Following the Government of Canada’s travel requirement mandates for air passengers, everyone over the age of 12 years and four months departing from a Canadian airport must provide proof of full vaccination.

In addition to the Canadian departure requirements, all passengers over the age of two must also follow the United States’ entry requirements and provide a valid COVID-19 test taken within one day of departure and a signed attestation. 

More details on travel requirements can be found on our website

“The Myrtle Beach International Airport team is excited to welcome back our Canadian visitors,” said Scott Van Moppes, Director of Airports. “We've truly missed the opportunity to serve our friends to the North and have eagerly awaited the ability to reconnect Toronto and the Grand Strand. We thank Porter for their dedication to the Myrtle Beach market and for enabling the return of this popular route.”

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