If you’re sick of sitting in traffic on Highway 400, listen up!
Toronto-based regional airline Porter announced Monday that they’ll be operating a seasonal Muskoka route starting June 27.
The flight will offer travellers who want to ditch the traffic, or without a car altogether, a chance to get to cottage country in under 30 minutes.
“This new route serves as a great opportunity to link Muskoka to our North American network,” president and CEO of Porter Airlines Robert Deluce said.
Two Muskoka-Toronto flights will service the route on Thursday afternoons, and again on Monday mornings. On long weekends, additional departures will be added on Tuesday.
With connections available from a variety of North American cities, this could mean increased tourism in Ontario throughout the summer.
The route will operate through Sept. 3 and cost averages out approximately $115, round trip.