Anyone who has ever gone to cottage country in Ontario knows they have hours of bumper-to-bumper traffic going north on Highway 400. Now a regional tourism group says that early talks are in place regarding a proposal to offer direct passenger flights between Toronto and Muskoka. James Murphy, the executive director of Explorers’ Edge, said, “We’re developing a case to bring commercial air service to Muskoka.” A meeting with the District of Muskoka is set for June 23, where the group will look to make minor changes to the local airport in Gravenhurst and discuss asking for Transport Canada security screening authorization. He said that Air Canada, Porter, and WestJet could all service the area, although the group hasn’t had any official discussions with any airlines.
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