Cottage season, here we come! Porter Airlines has announced that it’s resuming flights between Toronto and Muskoka this summer.

Starting just after the first day of summer, the flights will be running between Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport and Muskoka Airport every Monday and Friday, so you can hop between the city and cottage country all season long. Service begins on June 24th and wraps on September 6th.

This is the first time that Porter Airlines has run this service in two years, bringing back major convenience for Muskoka cottage enthusiasts.

“The picturesque Muskoka region is less than a 30-minute flight from downtown Toronto, making it more accessible for Torontonians, as well as other Porter travellers in Canada and the U.S.,” said the CEO of Porter Airlines Michael Deluce in a press release.

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The flights will depart from Toronto at 2:25 p.m. and from Muskoka at 3:45 p.m. every week. If you book before March 8th, you can snag seats for just $164 roundtrip. And if you book before the end of March, you can cancel or change your flight without fees.

And if you don’t have a place to stay in Muskoka, you can take a trip to the world’s first beer spa resort opening in cottage country this April.

Porter Airlines is making a major comeback after its 18-month hiatus. The airline will be running up to three daily round trips to Halifax, Moncton, and Fredricton from Toronto throughout the summer. Direct service to Halifax begins April 7, and on May 5 to Fredricton and Moncton.

From Toronto’s waterfront airport, Porter Airlines already offers direct flights to Washington, Myrtle Beach, and more. To celebrate its reopening in September, the airline had a deal on flights to New York for just $163 and many other destinations for less than $200.

And with Air Canada resuming flights to 34 more countries around the world, it’s safe to say that this will be the summer of travel!