Business Travel

Business travel to and from Kingston, Ontario couldn't be easier. 

With our central location in Ontario and easy access to the US border or major American cities, travel time is short and options are plentiful.


Norman Rogers Airport

Norman Rogers Airport (IATA: YGK, ICAO: CYGK) is located 4.3 nautical miles (7.96 km) west of the downtown of Kingston, Ontario, Canada.  Norman Rogers is a mandatory frequency airport with an operating flight service station. Air Canada Jazz offers regular scheduled air service between the airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport.  Private Air Inc. operates an on-demand charter service. The airport also supports a large amount of general aviation traffic including flight training, and general recreational flying. As the only public airport to offer an ILS approach along the corridor between Montreal and Toronto, the Kingston airport is an important alternate during low weather conditions.

For flight information, please visit:
Air Canada
Air Canada Jazz

Passenger Train & Rail Service

VIA Rail

Part of the Quebec City - Windsor Corridor, the City of Kingston has the fifth-busiest passenger rail station in Canada. As part of an investment program for VIA Rail by the federal government, the Kingston station has recently been renovated. The refurbishment, designed to enhance comfort, convenience and service, also helps the station accommodate its growing number of customers. Among the improvements made to the Kingston station is an expanded passenger waiting area, new seating, refurbished restrooms, and new information displays.

A new roof and tower, in line with VIA Rail Canada's new station image, complete the renovations. The improvements are part of the federal government's $400-million investment program to revitalize passenger rail service in Canada.

The VIA station on Counter Street, opened in 1974, is one of VIA's most active, serving an average of 295,000 passengers per year.

Kingston is served by 20 trains per day, with connections to Southwestern Ontario, Western Canada and the Maritimes.

Please use the VIA Online Booking Engine to plan your next trip.

Bus Lines

Greyhound Canada

Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 1,100 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 6.5 million passengers each year. The Greyhound running dog is one of the most-recognized brands in the world.

For schedules and fares, please visit the Greyhound Canada website or call:
          Kingston: 613-547-4916
          Ottawa: 613-238-5900
          Montreal: 514-842-2281

Coach Canada

Coach Canada, through its affiliation with Coach USA is the largest provider of motor coach charter, tour and sightseeing services in Canada. In addition, Coach Canada is one of the North America's largest non-municipal providers of commuter and transit motor coach services. In Kingston, the Coach Canada terminal is located at 1175 John Counter Blvd., with easy access using Kingston Transit.

For more information, please visit the Coach Canada website or call:
          Kingston: 613-547-4916

McCoy Bus Service and Tours

McCoy Bus Service & Tours is a proud Kingston family business.  They offer a varied fleet of either 24, 49 or 56 passenger coaches featuring all the amenities required for comfortable and enjoyable travel. To arrange for bus charters or tours, please visit the McCoy Bus Service & Tours website or call: 613-384-0012.