Here is information about travel to London. This is intended to guide your enquires online or with a travel agent.
Flying to London AirportThere is an international airport at the eastern edge of the city. Its airport code is YXU and its website is flylondon.ca. United Airlines fly there nonstop from Chicago ORD; Air Canada fly from Toronto YYZ and Westjet fly from Winnipeg and Calgary in western Canada. Other airlines use the airport, but only to service vacations in "sun destinations".
From the airport to the university, there is a limousine service; see the airport website for details. A taxi from the airport to downtown costs around $40.
Flying to nearby airports and using a shuttle busThere are two airports near London to which one might consider flying and then taking a shuttle bus. They are Detroit Metro DTW and Toronto YYZ. In either case, there are shuttle services run by Robert Q Airbus. The journey from Toronto YYZ is 2.5 hours and from Detroit DTW is 3.5 hours.
Travelling by train or busTrains to London are run by Viarail, Canada; buses by Greyhound, Canada.
Driving by carThe maps page shows car parking possibilities. With 24 hours notice, we may be able to arrange special parking. We are investigating this.