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Fly Over Niagara Falls: Info on Airports Near Niagara Falls

Flying over Niagara Falls

If you’re planning a trip to Niagara Falls and are wondering about your Niagara Falls airport options, you have a few. Airport near Niagara Falls options land on both the United States and Canada sides of Niagara Falls. Read this blog to learn about the major airports near Niagara Falls, including Buffalo Airport and Toronto Airport.

Niagara Falls International Airport

Niagara Falls International Airport is on the New York side of Niagara Falls. It only has four gates and serves just a few cities on the east coast of the United States that travel on Spirit and Allegiant airlines: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; and Sanford, St. Petersburg, Punta Gorda and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

The small airport has free Wi-Fi, basic concession services with sweet and savory snacks including sandwiches and salads, and several modes of transportation to and from the airport, including the metro bus and Gray Line Niagara Falls and ride-sharing services.

The benefit of flying into this airport is that it is far less congested than other North American international airports. Security and boarding procedures are simple, no-hassle experiences. It’s also known for being clean and has a modern design.

The Niagara Falls International Airport is close to the Canada/United States border and is right off a major highway for easy transportation.

Buffalo Niagara International Airport

Buffalo Niagara International Airport is also on the New York side, about 25 miles east of the downtown Niagara Falls, in the city of Cheektowaga, New York. It serves eight different airlines, including American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.

There are up to 100 nonstop flights a day at this airport, which serves more than 30 airport destinations. It’s a much busier airport than Niagara Falls International Airport, but it’s still a small airport compared to average ones in bigger cities.

The airport promotes a goal of keeping TSA security line wait times to 15 minutes or less. During busy holiday travel seasons, the airport recommends arriving 2 hours before scheduled flight times.

At the airport, travellers can peruse a wide variety of more than a dozen bars, restaurants and shops throughout it.

Hop off the plane and onto public transportation if you choose. The airport is connected to the metro bus and rail systems. You can also grab a ride share to the city.

If you want to visit the Canada side of Niagara Falls, remember that you’ll need your passport to cross over the border if you fly into the Buffalo airport.

Toronto Pearson International Airport

Canada ArrivalsThe Toronto Pearson International Airport is about an hour-and-a-half away from Niagara Falls and serves more than 65 different airlines. Because it’s Canada’s busiest airport, travelers might be able to snag a better flight deal compared to flying other airlines into other airports. You can easily get a car rental or shared van transportation service from this airport.

Throughout the Toronto airport, free Wi-Fi is available. Travelers can also check out lots of shopping and dining options. There are dozens of full-scale restaurants and quick-service meal spots. Shopping includes duty-free malls and luxury brands like Coach. The Toronto Pearson International Airport also includes spa treatments like manicures at the airport.

Travelers can find departure lounges for charging, working and comfortable seating. If you’re flying here from outside Canada, you will need a passport, which you can scan at a self-scan monitor.

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport

The John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport is another Niagara Falls Canada-side option. It’s about a 1-hour drive away from Niagara Falls and is much smaller than the Toronto airport.

The John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport serves North American airlines like WestJet, Air Canada and Swoop, so if you’re traveling to Niagara Falls from within Canada, you might like this airport. The airport includes free Wi-Fi throughout, as well as two Tim Hortons restaurants and a bar with beer and wine options.

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

Another Niagara Falls Toronto airport is the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, about an hour-and-a-half drive from Niagara Falls. It provides service for more than 20 cities in Canada and the United States, from airlines like Air Canada and Porter. Transportation options from the airport include rental cars and ride-sharing vehicles.

The airport features business centers and comfortable lounges for its airlines. Take in picturesque, waterside views of Toronto here after you’ve landed.

Don’t Forget the Room!

No matter where you fly into for a Niagara Falls vacation, your trip is only as good as the place where you stay. Marriott on the Falls in Niagara Falls, Canada, is here to make every moment of your Niagara Falls vacation memorable. If you need assistance with transportation or anything else, don’t hesitate to contact us.