Porter's Deluce Announces Jet Purchases, Expansion

April 11 (Bloomberg) -- Robert Deluce, chief executive officer of Porter Airlines Inc., spoke at a news conference in Toronto yesterday about the carrier's plans to add its first jets to start long-haul flights in an expanded challenge to Air Canada and WestJet Airlines Ltd. Deluce also discussed Porter's planned request for two amendments to permit Bombardier Inc.'s CS100s to fly to Toronto's Billy Bishop airport. They would permit the use of that aircraft and add a 168-meter (551-foot) extension over water to each end of the main runway. (Excerpts. Source: Bloomberg)

MercBloc's Dicker Says Oil Bears Focus on Inventory
28:13 - Dan Dicker, president at MercBloc, talks about the market impact of OPEC's production cut, the weight of the Saudi Aramco IPO, and Russian cooperation with OPEC. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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