Toronto Pearson International Airport

Travel to Convention Centre

(Airport to Downtown Toronto Service)
Bus picks up on the Arrivals Level of all terminals. All buses are wheelchair accessible and also have front kneeling doors for easier access. This is a 24 Hour service. Destinations include the downtown bus terminal, as well as several major downtown hotels. Connecting service to other downtown locations is also available for an additional fee.

Fee schedule: 

 Downtown to TPIA


$14.25 / return-$24.50

Students and seniors receive 10% off one way fares.

For more information call Pacific Western Airport Express at
(905) 564-6333 or toll free at (800) 387-6787 or visit the web site


Taxi and Limousine Rates

Taxi and Limousine rates are flat rate fees.

Taxi - $42.00

Airport Limo - $47.00


TTC - 192 Airport Rocket
Provides fully-accessible bus service. Buses stop only at Kipling station, Dundas Street & East Mall Crescent, Terminal 3 (Arrivals Level), and Terminal 2 (Arrivals Level). Service operates from approximately 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m., seven days a week. One-way travel time is approximately 20 minutes.

TTC - 58A (Malton)    
Provides all-day service between Lawrence West Station on the Spadina subway and Terminal 2 at Pearson Airport. Service operates from approximately 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m., seven days a week. One-way travel time is approximately 45 minutes

TTC - 307 Eglinton West (Blue Night)
The TTC's 307 EGLINTON WEST bus route, part of the Blue Night Network, provides overnight service between Eglinton Station on the Yonge Subway Line and Terminal 2 at Toronto Pearson Airport.  Buses run every 30 minutes, from approximately 1:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m., seven days a week.  One-way travel time is approximately 45 minutes.

Once at a Subway Line or Yonge St. Blue Night bus, take it to Union Station (across from Royal York Hotel)

Regular TTC fares apply, with full transfer privileges to and from other TTC routes.

Adult cash fare is $2.25

For more information call (416) 393-4636 or visit the web site


GO Bus service to Terminal 2 at Pearson International Airport

GO Transit serves the airport on our Brampton/Bramalea to Yorkdale/York Mills GO Bus route. Buses run via Airport Rd., Dixon Rd., and Hwy. 401.

GO Buses serve Terminal 2 on the Arrivals level. (The airportís shuttles carry passengers between the three terminals.) Eastbound GO Buses take passengers to north Toronto, including Yorkdale and York Mills subway stations. Both locations offer connections to the Toronto Transit Commission and several intercity bus carriers. Westbound GO Buses take passengers to and from the airport to central locations in Bramalea and Brampton.

We provide close to hourly service in each direction daily, with more frequent service during weekday rush hour. Buses run from early morning to late evening, even on weekends.

Travel time from the airport to Yorkdale is 30-35 minutes, and 40-45 minutes to York Mills. It takes 40-45 minutes to travel from the airport to the Brampton Bus Terminal.

The adult one-way fare is $3.40 from the airport east to Yorkdale or York Mills, or west to the Brampton bus terminal.

Passengers carrying luggage should be aware that not all GO Buses have under floor luggage compartments. Luggage will be accommodated whenever possible.

For more information call (416) 869-3200 or 1-(888) GET ON GO (438-6646) or visit the web site


Toronto City Centre Airport
8 Minutes from Convention Centre

Air Canada Jazz offers an Airport Shuttle Bus service to/from the Fairmont Royal York Hotel (Union Station) for passengers of Air Canada Jazz. The Airport Shuttle Bus will be available outside the terminal upon your flight's arrival.

Taxi service is available for approx. $5.00


By Train

VIA Railís Toronto station is Union Station which is connected by tunnel to Fairmont Royal York and by Skywalk to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and Crowne Plaza Hotel.


By Greyhound Bus

Taxi should only be approximately $5 and is your best method to get to Torcon 3 from the downtown bus terminal.

(416) 594-1010


By Bicycle

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Last updated: 29 July 2003

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