Having that perfect winter getaway and hitting the slopes just got so much easier thanks to Porter Airlines. Flights to Mont-Tremblant are available from Toronto and the flights are so quick it'll feel like no time passed at all. If you're looking to plan a winter trip to snowy Quebec, this new seasonal flight has you covered.
The airline has announced its annual seasonal flight service between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Mont-Tremblant International Airport starts on December 6 this year and runs all winter long, until March 30, 2020.
Up to four times a week there will be flights available between the two cities. They will usually depart from and arrive at both locations on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays and Mondays.
Leaving from downtown, in as little as 70 minutes you can be enjoying winter in one of Canada's popular ski destinations.
"Located in the heart of the Laurentians, Mont-Tremblant is home to some of the country's best winter attractions. In addition to downhill skiing and snowboarding, winter in Tremblant offers an array of exhilarating outdoor activities such as dog sledding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling," the airline stated in a news release.
Even though winter isn't everybody's favourite season, those winter activities backdropped by beautiful snowy mountains are straight out of a postcard and pretty hard to pass up.
Since connecting flights are also available from numerous Porter locations in Canada, even if you don't like near Toronto you can still take advantage of these flights to one of Canada's top ski destinations.
Flights directly to Mont-Tremblant are only available from Toronto but if you can get a connecting flight from your location to Ontario's capital and head to Quebec's winter wonderland from there, you'll definitely want to take advantage.
It might be a little more expensive to do that but when you get to the city and take in all it has it offer in the winter it'll be worth it.
Porter passengers are also being offered two free weekday ski lift tickets when they arrive on a Sunday or Monday and depart on a Thursday or Friday from Mont Tremblant International Airport.
For those who don't like hitting the slopes, there is still lots of stuff to do in the city.
"For those seeking a more relaxed pace, enjoy the serenity of a spa retreat, and dine or shop in the charming pedestrian village," Porter said.
If you really like this destination after your trip, you might be thinking of looking into buying a place there and Mont-Tremblant's St Jovite village has the cheapest real estate of all of Canada's ski destinations.