News New travel plan to boost tourism this winter SHARE ON: Nathan Shubert, staff Friday, Nov. 22nd, 2019 A small aircraft similar to ones that Porter uses (photo taken from pexels.com - pixabay) MUSKOKA, ON-A new travel plan between Toronto and Muskoka will make it easier to visit cottage country for a winter get away. Toronto based airline FLYGTA has now partnered with Muskoka Tourism to offer flights to the Muskoka Airport in Gravenhurst for the winter season. FLYGTA wants to help people avoid gridlock and winter road conditions to make travelling easier. Flights go both ways so people who live in cottage country will also be able to travel to the city. Flights are about 30 minutes both ways and the plane can be caught at the Muskoka Airport and arrives at the Bill Bishop Airport with no line ups or early check-ins required. The partnership has ensured that travelers will receive overnight accommodations and will be able to go on multiple activities that are appropriate for every age. Visitors will be able to go on snowshoeing trails, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling or even take a sleigh ride. Each travel package is catered to highlight an activity in a town in Muskoka. Visitors will be able to go dog sledding in Huntsville or skate on the famous Cranberry Ice Trail. FLYGTA ranges their prices between $300.00 to $500.00 for a round trip and included adventure. If you are interested in booking your flight, you can do so here.