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Getting to Toronto


Most airline passengers traveling to Toronto will arrive at Toronto Pearson International Airport, which is Canada’s principal airport, with travel connections to every continent. There are over 76 scheduled and charter airlines currently serving Toronto Pearson International Airport. Air carriers provide non-stop service to 26 Canadian and 42 United States (transborder) destinations and same-plane service to 56 other International cities.

Toronto's Island Airport is another option. This airport is located close to downtown Toronto and is served by Porter Airlines, which offers flights from Montreal, Ottawa, New York City, Boston, Chicago, and other cities. Air Canada currently flies into this airport only from Montreal. There is a direct and free shuttle service from the Island Airport (once you take the short ferry ride onto the mainland) to the Royal York Hotel.


Toronto is served by both Amtrak and Via Rail.

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