Toronto is easily accessible from all over the Canada, conveniently located within the city and a major North American gateway. Visitors can arrive with ease by air, rail and road. Various local and interregional systems offer a range of options for travelling throughout the region.
TRAVEL BY AIR
Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s busiest airport and ranks among the top 30 in the world in terms of daily arrivals and departures. It serves 34 million passengers annually on 65 airlines with service to over 180 destinations around the globe. These include 34 Canadian, 54 U.S. and 92 international destinations. See sample of International Destination Flight Time Chart at end of this section.
Toronto Pearson is easily accessible using the region’s highway network and is well served by transit buses, airport- taxis, limousines, regional airport transit vans and a new fixed rail train service between the airport and downtown.
- Driving time from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to Downtown is 30-40 minutes
- Taxis cost an average of $55.00 CDN one-way to downtown.
- UP Express (Union Pearson Express) from Toronto Pearson to downtown Toronto (Union Station) takes just 25 minutes and departs every 15 minutes – 19 ½ hours a day, between 5:30am and 1am. Visit www.upexpress.com for more information.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is uniquely located on Toronto’s waterfront just minutes from downtown. Porter Airlines and Air Canada offer service between Toronto and cities in Canada and the U.S., with connections to more than 80 international destinations. More than two million people travel through Billy Bishop each year.