Ski season has arrived 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.

The airline will even throw in free lift tickets if you book roundtrip flights on certain days of the week.

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

See you on the slopes!