Toronto Island Airport

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The Toronto Island Airport is located on the Toronto Islands. It is also known as the Toronto City Centre Airport or The Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (IATA: YTZ, ICAO: CYTZ).

The airport is limited to civil aviation, medical flights, and regional airlines using turboprop planes.

The airport has been a centre of controversy between community groups and Toronto politicians. In his 2000 election bid, David Miller campaigned on the promised of closing the airport.

In 2009, the airport processed 770,000 passengers, making it the 15th busiest airport in Canada. The original terminal building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1989.


The Airport has been a hub its main tenant for Porter Airlines. More recently Air Canada has become a tenant

The airport is a convenient option for traveling from downtown Toronto. It has regular flights to Ottawa, New York, Halifax, Montreal. A free shuttle service to the airport is available from Union Station.

Flight info

1-888-619-8622 for flight info.

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