Airport Parking in Canada
Currently we don’t sell Parking at all the airports in Canada, but can give you basic information about them.
TORONTO’S LESTER B. PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
…is Canadas main airport and receives most of the country’s air traffic. Located west of the city, the airport comes with two terminals, domestic and international. Free shuttles run between the terminals and convenient shuttle buses run to the city and Toronto’s major hotels, while meter taxis are also available outside both terminals.
MONTREAL DORVAL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
…also offers both international and domestic flights, and is located about eight miles from Montréal. The airport has one main terminal as well as the International Concourse. The Aérobus service runs from the airport to the city for a nominal fee, while some hotels run free shuttle services. Taxis and limos are also available and highway 40 provides fast car access.
VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
…is one of the busiest on the west coast of North America, handling in excess of 15-million passengers per year. It is Canada’s second largest and busiest after Toronto’s airport and receives numerous carriers from the world over. Located about eight miles from the city, Vancouver International has both a domestic and an international terminal with excellent facilities. The Airporter bus runs from the airport to downtown and the city’s main hotels throughout the day, while there are also scheduled bus services and a swathe of taxis available.
WINNIPEG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Winnipeg is a major centre for air travel in western Canada. First opened in 1928 as Canada’s first international airport. Winnipeg Aiport (YWG) now serves about 3 million passengers per year, on 156,000 flights annually.