Canada may be known as the Great White North, and home to a plethora of winter activities, but wise travel professionals know that summer has its own incentives for vacations. By Mont Tremblant, there's the Tremblant Summer Festival, Tremblant International Blues Festival and Les Rythmes Tremblant, for starters, as well as plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, golfing, lounging by the lake and more.
With that in mind, Porter Airlines has launched its first-ever summer service to Mont Tremblant and the Upper Laurentians, with two flights per week between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Mont-Tremblant International Airport. Through September 6, flights will depart Thursday and Sunday each week.
Porter has provided winter seasonal service between Mont-Tremblant and Toronto City Airport since 2007. This past year’s winter schedule included as many as eight flights weekly, up from two flights in the first year of service.