Ski season is around the corner and this winter, you can take a direct flight from the city to the slopes! Porter Airlines is resuming its flights from Toronto to Mont-Tremblant all season long.

Starting on December 16th, Porter will run flights between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Mont-Tremblant’s local airport.

Whether you’re an avid skier or snowboarder, or simply love the atmosphere of this charming Quebec mountain town, it’s an ideal destination for a winter getaway.

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The flight is a quicker and more convenient alternative to the 8-hour drive. It’s only 70 minutes long, leaving you with plenty of extra time to hit the hills or shop in the European-style mountainside village.

Porter Airlines will run up to three flights between Toronto and Mont-Tremblant per week until March 27th, 2023.

According to the current pricing on Porter’s website, the basic fare on this route starts at $193 one-way.

If you can’t wait to walk in a winter wonderland, you can book your tickets right now online.

See you on the slopes!