Fly from Toronto to Waterloo in 18 minutes: Silicon Valley North United

Waterloo as you know is dubbed as Silicon Valley of the North. With over 1,200 new ventures for a population of around 600,000 is the region that has the highest startup density of any area globally.

That is a good thing - but a lot of times Waterloo startup community is connected tightly with Toronto area startup community, especially when it comes to financing and recruiting.

So how can Toronto visit Waterloo and vice versa on daily basis? Well now you would need to be stuck in traffic of around 4 hours round trip. Or take Go Train for around the same time of about 4 to 5 hours wasted.

Do not fret, starting November 6, FlyGTA will offer daily flights to the Waterloo region from downtown Toronto from Monday to Friday. Their planes will seat eight passengers, and only cost $129. No need to be a big hustler to afford one of these trips. And if you travel a lot - the tickets can become as cheap as $105 one way. The flight itself will only take 18 minutes.

Amazon - are you listening? Time to open your HQ2 here.

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This is on top of their Niagara Falls flights - only 10 minutes (vs 2.5 hours in traffic round trip) and Muskoka - The Malibu of the North according to NY TImes (ummmm.. I mean Barrie flights) - about 18 minutes.