Escape to the nation’s capital anytime of year with a flight from Sudbury to Ottawa.
The Ottawa Senators are the hometown hockey team that dominates the ice during winter. When the weather warms up, take advantage of all the things to do in Ottawa, as it becomes a bustling hive of alfresco dining and outdoor activities.
A weekend retreat along the Ottawa River is great for fishing and kayaking. Nearby, bike paths complement the tranquil waters. Head to the city’s edge, and conquer the King Mountain Trail. This 2 km hike will serve up some of the best views of Ottawa.
Some would say that there is no better time to visit Ottawa than Canada Day. Just ensure you start it off with a hearty meal in the Glebe. The neighbourhood boasts cozy pubs and upscale restaurants catering to every taste. Cap off the evening with fireworks on Parliament Hill, as the celebrations draw to a close.
Recreation in Ottawa is a year-round affair. Attractions abound around every corner. This includes the National Gallery of Canada with a carefully curated collection of Canadian art. Learn more about the War of 1812 at the Canadian War Museum. It is an inspiring account of the nation defending its sovereignty.
These museums, among others, also embody Ottawa’s distinct architectural backdrop. Their post-modernist design is in contrast to Parliament Hill’s neo-gothic architecture. On the hill, Canada’s government is presided over by the stately Peace Tower.
The gargantuan landmarks aren’t the only things you’ll remember. The people will undoubtedly make you feel at home in this big city. Small town hospitality awaits you in Ottawa after flying from Sudbury.
Drop by and sample the eateries in the ByWard Market on your next trip from Sudbury to Ottawa.
It is the go-to neighbourhood for the discerning foodie. An ode to Ottawa’s multiculturalism, restaurants in the ByWard Market reflect an international array of cuisine.
Start mornings with breakfast in ByWard Market, and approach the afternoon by perusing the merchants perched on every corner. An entire day can be spent shopping on William Street in Ottawa. At night, ByWard Market is transformed into a hotspot for live music.
The iconic building that houses part of the market was built in 1926. It fell from the limelight but rebounded as the community continued to evolve. The neighbourhood underwent another shift when the shopping mall, the Rideau Centre, sprung up nearby.
Rideau Centre is one of Ottawa’s busier commercial centres. It modernizes the marketplace, offering a fresh take on retail. If you can’t find it on the streets of Byward Market, the mall hosts an assortment of high-end stores to suit your needs.
There’s something for everyone in the ByWard Market. Catch a flight to Ottawa from Sudbury and you definitely won’t leave the city empty-handed.
Following a flight from Sudbury to Ottawa, stop off at Westboro Village only minutes away from the Parliament buildings.
There are few places in Ottawa that can recount the city’s history through its buildings. Westboro remains a sanctuary for heritage homes that boldly convey their timeless architectural styles. It’s a welcome diversion from Parliament Hill and other landmarks in downtown Ottawa.
In Westboro Village, nature is blended into an exceptional urban design. You can easily step off a quiet tree-lined street and head to the striking Champlain Bridge to Gatineau, Québec, crossing over the Ottawa River on the way
The best part of Westboro Village includes not having to cross the provincial border for the picturesque views of Gatineau Hills. Opt for a serene hike through Gatineau Park, which remains accessible year-round.
Westboro Village’s proximity to the Gatineau Hills also means you can hit the slopes during winter. You also won’t have to go far if you prefer an indoor adventure. You can shop till you drop in the neighbourhood’s abundance of trendy stores and hip boutiques.
There is very little you can’t find on a walk down Westboro Village’s Richmond Road. Take a seat at a café along this sweeping stretch of thoroughfare once your flight lands in Ottawa from Sudbury.
Fly from Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB) to Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport (YOW), with a quick connection in Toronto. Sudbury to Ottawa flight time is 2 hours on average. Connection times vary. The distance from Sudbury to Ottawa is around 700 km / 435 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in the departures area.
Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB) is about 19 km / 12 mi from downtown Sudbury.
The Sudbury Cab shuttle provides service to the airport from downtown.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
Taxis from downtown cost about $55 CAD. Car service costs about $75 CAD.
Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport (YOW) is about 10 km / 6 mi from downtown Ottawa.
Car rental services are available in the Parkade, across the street from the passenger terminal of Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport (YOW).
Take the OC Transpo 97 Airport / Bayshore and Bells bus from the pick-up spot outside the arrivals area. The fare is $3.65 CAD.
Taxis to downtown cost about $35 CAD. Car service costs about $90 CAD.
All prices are per person in Canadian dollars. Taxes and fees are included in the total package price. Prices and availability are not final until reservation is confirmed with payment. Baggage fees and other optional fees charged by Porter are not included.