Porter Airlines is a regional airline operating out of Toronto City Airport on the Toronto Islands in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Porter operates only Bombardier Dash-8 Q4000 turboprop aircraft and has flights to destinations in Canada and the United States. Porter targets business passengers who find the Toronto International Airport unattractive. Since its inception, Porter Airlines disproved many who thought it was doomed to failure by successfully navigating the first few years of its existence. It tapped into unmet customer needs with a unique strategy. However, a critical question that needed to be addressed was whether this particular business model, so successful thus far, would remain valid. Additionally, Porter needed to decide how it planned to expand and how aggressive it should be when entering new, highly competitive markets.Answer the following questions:How did Porter Airlines take advantage of a transitory business opportunity in an otherwise difficult market to mitigate several critical forces that could have prevented its success?Identify Porter Airline’s target customer market(s) and the desired customer outcomes.What are the critical forces that Porter is facing and how are they mitigated?Identify the critical resources and critical activities that are leveraged to meet the desired customer outcomesYour response should be three pages in length, grammatically sound, and free of spelling errors.As per the course syllabus, your understanding of the topics and theories explored in this course will be assessed through several assignments and activities.