Serving the city of London in the Canadian province of Ontario, London International Airport is a smaller regional airport that hosts only a few airline companies. There is limited service at London International Airport because most of the international air service in the area is available in the main airports of Toronto and the U.S. cities of Detroit Buffalo. All of the airline companies use the single Terminal building at the airport, which is divided into the Domestic Arrival, International Arrival, and Departure Lounge sections. Airline ticket counters are located directly across the terminal entrance in the main lobby of the departure section.
Despite being a regional airport, London International Airport is still served well by Air Canada. The national flag carrier airline of Canada connects the city of London, Ontario, with some of the most important cities in the country. Air Canada offers direct trips to Toronto-Pearson International Airport, which is the largest airport in Canada. Since the airports are located about 120 miles apart, this quick trip takes about an hour. Operating trips to Ottawa MacDonald Cartier International Airport, Air Canada also takes passengers to the capital city of Canada. The Air Canada service offered at London International Airport is operated by Jazz Air, a regional Canadian airline specializing in short distance flights.
United Airlines operates daily flights between London International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport. One of the largest airline companies in the U.S.A offers convenient trips to this major city in the Midwest region of the United States. Passengers at London (ON) can expect to sit back and relax as United Express regional service takes them to the “Windy City.”
WestJet connects London International Airport to two other important domestic destinations. Based in Calgary, this low-cost airline takes passengers to the company’s home base in the major city of the Alberta Province. The Canadian low-fare airline also operates direct flights to James Armstrong Richardson International Airport in the city of Winnipeg. During the vacation season, WestJet invites tourists from London International Airport to explore resorts in Cancun, Mexico and Varadero, Cuba. Orlando, Florida is another major resort destination accessible via WestJet on a seasonal basis.
Passengers at London International Airport can also count on Sunwing Airlines and Air Transat to get to Mexico’s popular resort city of Cancun. Sunwing Airlines also offers direct trips to Varadero. Both of these Canadian airline companies offer convenient seasonal trips to these international resorts.