Transportation from Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

Taxi/Limo Service:

Taxi fare from the airport averages around $60.00 (one-way including tip). Taxi’s will be lined up outside arrival gates, however if you wish to reserve a taxi, there are many companies to choose from such as Airlift Service, Dial Limo, and Aeroport Taxi & Limousine Service.

Airport Express Bus

The Airport Express Bus services nine locations in the down town Toronto area including 89 Chestnut. For those staying at other locations, the airport express bus may be used to get within the proximity of other hotels, or the TTC.

Pearson Airport Car Rentals

Pearson International hosts many car rental companies located on level one of the parking garages. To see a list of the available rental companies, visit Pearson’s car rentals page.

Pearson also provides tailored driving instructions from your gate, to the front door of your hotel. Visit their directions page to plot your route.

TTC – 192 Airport Rocket 

Follow the Ground Transportation signs to the 192 airport rocket bus stop (cash fare is $3.00). The 192 will take you to Kipling Station where a thirty minute subway ride will take you the rest of the way down town.

Transportation from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)

Located on the Toronto Islands, the Billy Bishop airport receives flights from both Porter Airlines, and Air Canada. After crossing over to mainland Toronto on the ferry, there are multiple methods of transport available to travellers. The Porter shuttle departs roughly every fifteen minutes travelling to the west entrance of The Fairmont Royal York Hotel. It stops at the north-east corner of Front and York streets, just across from Union Station, where the TTC is easily accessible. Taxi’s are also readily available upon departure from the ferry.

Getting Around the City


“Riding the Rocket” is a fast, easy and affordable way to get around the city, but the combination of subways, streetcars and buses can be overwhelming for first time users. Using the TTC Trip Planner is a good place to start, and when using Google maps there is the option of plotting the trip by public transportation. Cash fare is $3.00, however riders can also purchase 3 tokens for $7.80, or 7 for $18.20. Weekly passes and day passes can also be purchased to suit riders’ levels of usage.