With up to four flights a week...and, with another huge snow storm this week and our 80% statewide snowmaking coverage, Vermont is open and ready to welcome all of our guests with the most open early season terrain we’ve seen in years.
Burlington, VT (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
Porter Airlines flights between Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport and Burlington International Airport begin on December 14, and travelers from Toronto can purchase Vermont ski and snowboard packages through Porter Escapes. Five Vermont Ski Resorts have once again partnered with Porter Airlines to provide customers with an attractive winter getaway to the Green Mountain State and are pleased to begin a fourth season of travel.
“Vermont ski and snowboard resorts benefit greatly from this renewed airline service,” said Parker Riehle, Ski Vermont President. “With up to four flights a week, enthusiastic skiers and riders in Toronto can now easily plan a visit to Vermont’s resorts. And, with another huge snow storm this week and our 80% statewide snowmaking coverage, Vermont is open and ready to welcome all of our guests with the most open early season terrain we’ve seen in years.”
Two weekly roundtrip options, running Thursdays through Sundays, are available beginning December 14, 2014 and will be increased to four roundtrips in February 2015. Special Porter ski and lodging packages and shuttle bus services for Jay Peak Resort, Smugglers’ Notch Resort, Stowe Mountain Resort, Sugarbush Resort and Killington Resort are available at porterescapes.com.
Flight options are available at http://www.flyporter.com, and are not limited to avid skiers from Toronto hoping to make turns on Vermont’s snowy peaks. Business travelers making their way to Canada’s largest city can also take advantage of flights from Burlington International Airport to Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport.
Flying isn’t the only way to get to Vermont. For more information on traveling to the best skiing and riding on the East coast, visit skivermont.com.