Transportation information for Toronto, center, overall
is served by two airports: Pearson International Airport and the Toronto
City Centre Airport. Pearson is by far the busiest airport in Canada. The
smaller Toronto City Centre Airport is used by regional and charter airlines.
Almost all tickets for flights departing Canada, whether purchased in Canada or
abroad, include departure tax.
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Ontario buses and Canada-US Greyhound buses leave from the Metro Toronto Coach
Terminal at the corner of Bay and Dundas Streets. A number of buses also leave
from an adjacent terminal on the western side, including GO Transit commuter services.
Trains continue to be Canada's most enjoyable and scenic way to travel, though
they're more expensive than buses. Grand old Union Station downtown is served
by VIA Rail and GO Transit commuter trains. Reservations are essential, and various
passes are available. The US Amtrak train company also runs services between the
US and Canada.