Lying on the banks of Lake Ontario, Toronto is a city unlike any other. Perhaps the most recognizable landmark in Toronto is its CN Tower, a tower more than 550 meters tall that includes glass flooring and incredible views of the city and its magnificent lake.
Of course, Toronto is not known for having amazing weather so it could be that there is too much rain or fog to get good views. If that is the case, visiting Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is a great way to spend your time. The Royal Ontario Museum is also excellent, what with its displays of various cultures around the world as well as natural history exhibits. For history fans, Casa Loma from the 1700s is definitely worth touring. There is truly something for everyone in this exciting metropolis.
As beautiful as Toronto is, getting to the city can be a hassle. Pearson Airport has frequently been ranked the worst airport in Canada. Whether it is because of its outrageously high prices for basic necessities such as bottles of water, or the fact that passengers feel as though they must do everything themselves (including tagging, weighing, and sending your baggage down the conveyer belt – all without any staff help at all). Combine this with the sheer size of the airport, an arrival, departure, or layover at Toronto’s Pearson Airport is not to be envied.
The U.S. Customs lines are one of the most problematic situations at Pearson, especially for customers transferring through to another flight. Passengers who thought they had allowed plenty of time on their layover (2 or 3 hours) find themselves actually missing their next flight due to poor flow of traffic and lack of staff. Only those passengers willing to cause a fuss in line (while being packed in with hundreds of others who are patiently waiting) will manage to get pushed to the front and maybe could get through customs faster, much to the annoyance of the other passengers waiting in line.
Toronto’s Private Jets
Why not avoid the fuss of making your way through a crowded, poorly designed, poorly staffed airport altogether by using a private jet rental for Toronto instead? If you must travel by air, it does not have to be as unpleasant as the commercial airlines, and huge airports make it seem. Instead, you can have more space, use less time, and have less stress if you use a Toronto private jet charter instead.
Jet charters in Toronto are not as expensive as is often assumed. In fact, they are especially cheap for last-minute shoppers. If you are able to be flexible with your timing and can fly in a group sized between 4 and 7, a private jet to Toronto could actually cost less than flying coach.
Costs aside, the sheer ability to avoid the airport and everything that comes with it is enough to convince many to try out a private jet charter to or from Toronto. There are a number of benefits to flying with a Toronto charter flight. For starters, your luggage will stay with you the whole time. While commercial airlines might send your checked baggage on another flight to your destination city, thus risking a loss of luggage, yours will be right on the aircraft with you. Additionally, you can schedule your flight according to your needs, not the other way around. Private jets to or from Toronto work for you.
Best yet, you will save hours of time by flying with an aircraft charter. Toronto’s airport is indeed busy, meaning you should arrive at least three hours in advance to just make sure you can finish standing in line in time to make your flight. Flying private, however, allows you to get there exactly when you need to, with no additional wasted time. Your time is important, and a Toronto private jet charter understands that.