Tale of Two Skylines

Tale of Two Skylines

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Toronto is Canada’s most populated (2.6 million people) and most culturally diverse (140 languages are spoken) metropolis. By comparison, Charleston is home to approximately 5% of Toronto’s population and recognizes two languages—English and Gullah. While the two cities are dramatically different is size and scale—Toronto is home to one of the world’s tallest towers, while Charleston’s skyline is dotted with church steeples—they share one truly awesome characteristic… both Toronto and Charleston offer a number of acclaimed restaurants and an energized dining scene.

Now, these two culinary gems are united by a short 2.5-hour flight!

Porter Airlines, recognized as the World’s Top Small Airline by Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, has launched new service to Charleston, which ranked as the #1 Best U.S. City by Condé Nast Traveler for four years running.

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