If Toronto is your port of entry to Canada: Pearson International Airport (Code:YYZ)
- The best way to travel to Sudbury is to book a connecting flight, there are 8 flights daily from early-morning to late-night.
- To book with Air Canada please visit: www.aircanada.com
- Toronto City Billy Bishop (Code: YTZ)
- The Billy Bishop Toronto City airport is located in the city’s centre area. Porter Airlines provides 3 daily flights to the city of Greater Sudbury
- To book with Porter Airlines, please visit: www.flyporter.com
- The flight time between Toronto and Sudbury is approximately 45 minutes.
- The distance between Toronto and Sudbury is 380km
- Bus service from Toronto Pearson International airport to Sudbury takes 4 hours and 30 minutes.
- Departure at 5:00 pm local time daily.
- To book Greyhound bus please visit: www.greyhound.ca
- Ontario Northland bus service provides 3 buses daily from Toronto to Sudbury
- To book Ontario Northland bus please visit: www.ontarionorthland.ca
- If Ottawa is your port of entry to Canada, here are your opptions to continue the flight to Sudbury: Ottawa International Airport (Code:YOW).
- Air Canada (Via Pearson International Airport YYZ) or Porter Airlines (Via Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport YTZ).
- www.aircanada.com and www.flyporter.com.
If your port of entry to Canada is Montreal: Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport (code YUL):
The best way to get to Sudbury Airport (code YSB) is to book two connecting flights:
Montreal-Toronto (1 hr. 10 mins flight)
Toronto-Sudbury (50 min. flight)
- For the first and second flight, choose Air Canada (via Pearson YYZ international airport) or Porter Airlines (via Billy Bishop Toronto YTZ airport)
- www.aircanada.com and www.flyporter.com
- Prices vary depending on the company chosen!
- The distance between Montreal and Sudbury is 675 km
- Daily service is provided by Greyhound
- To book Greyhound bus please visit: www.greyhound.ca.
- The duration of the trip is approximately 10 hours