Toronto City, ON, Canada
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is a small regional airport located on the Toronto Islands in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The airport is often referred to as the Toronto Island Airport and was previously known as Port George VI Island Airport and Toronto City Centre Airport. It is used by civil aviation, air ambulances, and regional airlines using turboprop planes. In 2016, it was ranked Canada's ninth-busiest airport, Ontario's third-busiest airport by passenger numbers and the sixth-busiest Canadian airport that serves the U.S.
Its a hub for Porter Airlines and Air Canada operates multiple daily flights to Montreal. All flights are operated with Dash 8-Q400 aircraft as they are the largest ones allowed for regular service. Jet aircraft are not allowed due to noise regulations as the final approach is directly over downtown Toronto.