Rent a charter bus in Toronto to get your team, colleagues, or wedding party to Billy Bishop Airport’s entrance at the end of Bathurst. From there, your group can walk the pedestrian tunnel to get to the terminal. A bus rental is an easy and cost-effective way of doing airport pick-up and drop-off for groups.
Named after the World War I flying ace William “Billy” Avery Bishop, Billy Bishop Airport (YTZ) has won many awards just like its namesake. Billy Bishop was credited with 72 victories, and the Airport has received multiple honors for its service. People really like YTZ, which is not usually something you hear about an airport, especially one of this size. Billy Bishop Airport services flights from only 20 cities and its amenities are relatively few. There are a couple of lounges that offer small but quality meals, a shop for traveling essentials, and a duty-free store. Still, despite its size, 2.8 million travelers pass through its halls every year. The airport is in a prime location, right downtown, and is easily accessible with a Toronto charter bus.
Why charter a bus to visit Billy Bishop Airport
When traveling to the airport in a group, it’s best to rent a Toronto coach bus. With its spacious undercarriage, the coach bus can handle the luggage of a big group. You can also choose from a selection of add-ons—wifi, A/C, audio-visual equipment, etc.—that are available on most Toronto coach bus rentals. If you have any questions about amenities (or any other bus-related queries), our booking specialists are happy to assist.
Billy Bishop Airport is located on Toronto Island, which is actually a cluster islands in Lake Ontario. Designed to be an outdoor wonderland for Torontonians looking to escape the skyscrapers, the fifteen islands are connected by a network of bridges. Access the islands from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, and take the 13-minute ferry ride to start your tour. Once there, rent a boat to explore the lake, stroll along a nature path, visit the 200-year-old lighthouse, or relax on any of the swimming beaches. Toronto Island is also home to Centreville Theme Park, a family-friendly amusement park with rides for all ages. There are also a number of venues available to rent for weddings, corporate outings, retirement parties, or any other events you can imagine.
A Canadian gem from the East Coast, Toronto is a multicultural hub with an up-and-coming creative culture that can rival that of other big cities. Its diversity in gastronomy and arts alone make Toronto a must-visit destination. But add top local attractions and eclectic neighborhoods to the mix, and there is no way this city can be left out of your travel bucket list.