Air service to Toronto returns to Kingston airport

YGK airport has signed a deal with FLYGTA for passenger service to Toronto. Global News

The City of Kingston has once again partnered with Toronto-based airline FLYGTA. The two held a partnership for a short time in 2020 for service to Toronto’s Billy Bishop airport.

Service to YGK airport will begin on Jan. 31.

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“We are thrilled to be landing at Kingston Airport once again and look forward to expanding our service in the coming months,” said Chris Nowrouzi, CEO of FLYGTA Group.

FLYGTA serves a long list of cities throughout North and South America as well as Europe.

According to FLYGTA’s website, a one-way flight from Kingston to Billy Bishop Airport would cost roughly $90.

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This is the second airline to ink a deal with Kingston’s airport in as many months. In December 2021, the city announced a partnership with PASCAN Aviation for service throughout Quebec and one location in Labrador.

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