For those who need their dose of the great outdoors, there’s going to be a much easier (and quicker) way to see Muskoka this summer.
Starting in June, Porter Airlines will be flying to Muskoka Airport, which means you can get to the woodsy paradise in about 20 minutes of air time.
Operating twice weekly on Thursdays and Mondays between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Muskoka Airport, this summer service option will run from June 27 to September 3.
Porter’s website lists the flights as costing $71 one-way and $115 return.
Connecting flights will be available via Toronto for numerous Porter destinations in the US and Canada.
- You can take an air taxi from downtown Toronto to Muskoka this summer
- You can take the train from Toronto to Niagara Falls for just $18 right now
- You can fly from Toronto to Vancouver for $350 roundtrip this spring
“Muskoka is an inspiring destination that attracts travellers from near and far,” said Robert Deluce, president and CEO of Porter Airlines, in a press release.
“This new route serves as a great opportunity to link Muskoka to our North American network.”
Travellers can soak up the area’s stunning scenery, including historic villages and the iconic Algonquin Park. Plus, there’s the opportunity to enjoy Georgian Bay. It’s no mystery that Muskoka is one of Ontario’s most beautiful gems.
Schedule details are as follows:
As part of the visitor experience to Muskoka and surrounding areas, Explorers’ Edge, the region’s tourism organization, will also introduce a seasonal shuttle bus service at the airport to deliver Porter passengers to accommodations across the region.
Flights are currently available for booking on Porter’s website and through travel agents. For complete schedule and booking details, check out their website.