City Survey: Messages from Deluce and Kapoor

Fill Out the City Survey: Read the Pleas from Robert Deluce and Anshul Kapoor October 10, 2013 TORONTO - Time is running out to complete the City's online survey on the dangerous jet proposals read the original message from Robert Deluce and Anshul Kapoor's version. To: Porter Friends This is your last chance to fill out the City of Toronto’s online survey as part of the review of Porter’s proposal  to use jet aircraft at the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. The survey must be completed by Friday, October 11. You can say why you support the introduction of Bombardier CS100 aircraft at the airport and highlight all of the great benefits this will provide. The ability to travel for business and pleasure, see family and friends more often, and do this more affordably than is possible today are just some of the reasons. Please also share this with others who may be interested in showing support. We can do this responsibly using the world's quietest commercial jet, maintaining a vibrant waterfront with existing marine access in Toronto Harbour, and helping the economy grow. The survey is one important way for the city to understand the level of support that exists for new routes, lower fares and more business for Toronto. Best regards, Robert Deluce President and CEO Porter Airlines Inc. ____________ To: Common Sense Friends This is your last chance to fill out the City of Toronto’s online survey as part of the review of the dangerous proposal  to put jet aircraft on Toronto’s waterfront. The survey must be completed by Friday, October 11. You can say why you are against the introduction of any jet planes at the Island Airport, CS100 or not and highlight all of the great risks this will provide. The gutting of Toronto’s waterfront, the increase in air pollution linked to asthma, bronchitis and cancer rates, the safety risks from bird strikes and fuel spills and the damage to Lake Ontario are just some of the reasons. Please also share this with others who may be interested in showing support for Toronto’s waterfront. We can act responsibly by sending the world's quietest commercial jet to Toronto Pearson, linking it with the Union Pearson Express, maintaining a vibrant waterfront with the existing marine access in Toronto Harbour, and continuing the waterfront success story that is growing our economy – without jets. The survey is one important way for the city to understand the level of support that exists for a jet-free, healthy waterfront , protecting our environment and sustainable development for Toronto. Best regards, Anshul Kapoor Chair NoJetsTO