The Pearson International Airport or the Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto is the biggest airport in Canada. It is the most important airport in Canada and one of North America’s main airports. Located at about 32 kilometres from downtown Toronto, this airport serves as the conduit for passengers and freight alike. This airport is located in the area named as Mississauga. A small portion of the airport is at the eastern end of Toronto.
You can access the airport from the Highway 427 which is north of the highway 401 interchange. Another way is through highway 409, which is a spur off the major Highway 401 and leads directly to the airport. There are bus services that connect the Greater Toronto area with the Pearson airport. There are 2 Toronto Transit Commission routes that connect the airport to the greater city area. There is an express that runs from the Kipling Subway Station. The other route runs locally from the Lawrence West Subway Station. There are many transit companies that run semi-express buses from York Mills Subway Station. Some also run from the Yorkdale Subway Station as well. A privately operated bus service named as Airport Express has the airport connected to major hotels in the city. The Mississauga Transit company also has a bus service from the Square One Shopping Centre, and goes on till Malton.
Having some of the best connectivity in the world, Toronto’s leading airport has always been a traveller’s dream. With 3 terminals and numerous traveler-friendly facilities, this airport draws millions of tourists and other travelers from across Canada and other countries in the Americas and Asia.