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Greyhound to offer buses from Waterloo Region to Pearson airport
There’s a new relatively inexpensive way to get to Pearson International Airport.
Greyhound Canada will offer bus service from Kitchener’s Charles Street terminal to the airport starting on Sunday.
The service will offer four buses that will leave the terminal each day.
The buses will leave at 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. and will take between an hour and 20 minutes and two hours each way.
Some buses will make stops in Guelph as well.
According to Greyhound’s website, ticket prices can be as will be as low as $8.80 for a web only fare and up to $25.80 for a refundable ticket.
You can also take the bus back home from the airport. There are four different buses that return to the region from the airport.
They all stop in Guelph on the way back, too.