Niagara is just a short-ish drive away. Or, a possible train ride away. While there are several options to get to the famous tourist destination, you could also fly from Toronto to Niagara in 12 minutes.
That’s right! If you’re in a rush, or don’t have the time to drive there, a seasonal flight has been operating out of Billy Bishop Airport for a few years now that goes right to Niagara in under 15 minutes.
FLYGTA Airlines, a Canadian airline, has several local flights around Ontario from Toronto’s City Airportt, and that includes one to Niagara. Currently, the flight departs from Toronto four times a week, and there are three flights per day.
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A one-way flight ranges around $90, and it will definitely help you avoid busy highways and traffic.
The FLYGTA planes seat eight passengers, so don’t worry, high chances you will get a window seat. FLYGTA also flies to Kingston and Ottawa.
And if you’re heading to Niagara, make sure to catch one of their fireworks shows! Niagara Falls has nightly fireworks shows from May to October. With 144 dazzling displays in total, you’re guaranteed to get some spectacular snapshots during your next visit to the Falls.
Canada’s longest-running fireworks series will run all the way to Thanksgiving weekend on October 10.