Ontario Biodiversity Summit



The City of Niagara Falls will serve as a vibrant and exciting backdrop for the 2015 Ontario Biodiversity Summit. Along with the spectacular and majestic Falls, there are many interesting attractions in the region, including historic sites, nature reserves, award-winning wineries and more.

Travel by Air

The Niagara region is serviced by four international airports.

Pearson International Airport
Distance to Niagara: 122 km

Billy Bishop Toronto Island Airport
Distance to Niagara: 125 km

Hamilton International Airport
Distance to Niagara: 85 km

Buffalo International Airport
Distance to Niagara: 45 km

Niagara AirBus Airport Shuttle Service  

Niagara Airbus provides charter, private, and scheduled shuttle services between the four airports indicated. Their services include:

  • Airport meet and greet
  • Custom shuttles and tours
  • 24 hour flight monitoring
  • 24 hour computerized central dispatch, 7 days per week.
  • A dedicated web-based reservation site

Ontario Biodiversity Summit participants will receive a discount on Niagara Airbus shuttles. When you begin your online reservation, be sure to enter the code 266 in the ‘Conference Code’ field. Once this code is entered, your discounted rates will automatically be calculated at the end of the reservation.

Niagara AirBus also provides tours of Niagara Falls, Niagara Wine Country and the city of Toronto, which may be of interest to Summit participants and their guests before or after the Summit.

Should you have any difficulties with your online reservation, please contact Niagara Airbus directly using their 24 hour reservations line at 905-374-8111 or send an email to: airsales@niagaraairbus.com

In your email, or when speaking with an agent, be sure to let them know that you are part of the Ontario Biodiversity Summit, Code 266, to ensure you receive the discounted rates.


While in Niagara Falls be sure to consider using WEGO, a state-of-the-art bus system that connects accommodations and tourism attractions throughout the city of Niagara Falls and Niagara Parks. Buses operate on a daily schedule from various departure points and go to the Falls, hotels, casinos and other points throughout the city. Tickets can be purchased upon arrival at the hotel. For details go to: http://wegoniagarafalls.com/

Things to do in Niagara Falls

The magestic Niagara Falls is a natural wonder and an undisputable star attraction, but there are many other interesting things to see and do while travelling in the Niagara region, including historic sites, nature reserves, first class theatre and world renowned wineries. Niagara is fast becoming a culinary destination with a focus on local and seasonal cuisine prepared by top chefs. For everything you need to know “Niagara” check out these websites.