Cheap Flights from Toronto Island to Detroit Wayne County
Flight information Toronto Island to Detroit Wayne County
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Airlines that Fly from Toronto Island to Detroit Wayne County
Unfortunately, there are no direct flights from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to Detroit Wayne County Airport (DTW). However, you can still book a flight through Air Canada that stops in Montreal (YUL) and Orlando (ORD)! Direct flights are available from Toronto's busier Pearson International Airport (YYZ) through Air Canada, Westjet, United, and Delta.To find the cheapest flights from Toronto to Detroit, try using Skyscanner's search tools above or set up a price alert, so you never miss a great travel deal!
Departing from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Toronto's Billy Bishop City Airport (YTZ) is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Toronto, on an island just off Bathurst Street. There are several ways to reach the airport terminal:
- By Ferry: Take one of the world's shortest ferry rides from the foot of Brathurst Street (only 127 meters!). The ride is free if you're traveling by foot, or $11 if you need to take your car.
- By Foot: There is a pedestrian tunnel located on the mainland pavilion. It is free to enter and you'll reach the airport's check-in desk in about 6 minutes.
- By Shuttle: A free shuttle service runs every 15 minutes from 5:00 AM (5:30 on Sundays and holidays) to 12:00 AM from the ferry's terminal building or just across the street from Union Station, on the corner of York and Front.
Billy Bishop airport is all about convenience. Despite its small size, there are many shops, restaurants, and lounges to keep you entertained while you wait for your flight. Free wi-fi is available, with complimentary iMac stations in the airport's lounges so you can get some work done as well!
Arriving at Detroit Wayne County Airport
Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) is one of the United States' busiest airports, located 20 miles southwest of Detroit's city center. It's a very large airport, so be sure to pay attention to the overhead signs to find your baggage, move through American Customs, and make your way to the exit.
To get to your hotel, consider taking a taxi (approximately $50 to downtown Detroit, plus a $10 airport surcharge) or renting a car through Skyscanner. There are also SMART busses available on the lower level of the north terminal that can take you to a variety of locations within Detroit. The bus station is labeled "Ground Transportation Office".
Canadians do not require a visa to visit the United States for up to 6 months, but your passport still has to be valid for at least 6 months from your date of departure. You'll need to pay a $7 immigration fee to board your flight to the United States. Plan on arriving at the airport at least 3 hours before your international flight departs to give yourself enough time to make it through security and find your gate.
What to Expect in Detroit
Despite its reputation in popular culture, Detroit is a very safe city to visit. In fact, some say that Detroit's tourism industry is better than ever after massive revitalization efforts taken on by the local government! Catch a football game at Ford Field stadium, or bring the whole family to the zoo at Belle Isle Park. Go for a walk near the Heidelburg Project for an outstanding outdoor display of art and architecture. If history is your thing, the Detroit Historical Museum is a great place to visit for an interactive, educational experience about the city's history as the center of the American automobile industry!
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