toronto niagara flight

You'll soon be able to fly from Toronto to Niagara

You'll soon be able to avoid the highway if you need to get from Toronto to Niagara super, super quickly. That's because Greater Toronto Airways will start offering daily flights between these two southern Ontario cities, as CBC News reports.

Instead of sitting in traffic, you'll be able to take a 12 minute flight on an eight seat plane from Billy Bishop to the Niagara District Airport, which is located in St. Catharines.

You won't exactly land by the falls, but St. Catharines is pretty close to all the Clifton Hill action.

According to CBC, a one way flight will start at $85, while it'll be around $159 for a round-trip. Greater Toronto Airways will also start flying to other nearby destinations, such as Collingwood.

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