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Welcome back to another short travel series. This report though short, shows my connection to ORD via LGA. I've been fond of the C-Series for some time and this was a great opportunity to fly on it for the first time.
This trip began in Downtown Toronto where I used the smartest addition to the GTA Public Transport network, the UP Express. With multiple daily departures starting at around 5AM, this train connects downtown to Toronto Pearson Airport; a much needed connection.
About 20 minutes after, Terminal 3 was in the distance.
Aircraft: Bombardier CRJ-900
Age: 14.3 Years
Fortunately, US Customs & Immigration is offered in Toronto and makes trans-border flying hassle free.
Line up on RWY 23.
Downtown Toronto in the distance as we climbed out over Mississauga and Etobicoke.
Lakeshore with YYZ in the background.
As these flights a relatively short, a bottle of water was the only thing offered catering wise.
Descent into LGA.
City Island & Hart Island seen on final approach.
We swung into Terminal A at LGA which was under heavy construction. As of June 2022, most of it has been completed and the airside bus shuttle is no longer needed.
Though not always a favourite amongst travellers, the air side bus shuttle gave some great tarmac views of Terminal A. A DL A321 to ATL and an ERJ to BOS were seen at their respective gates.
This makeshift walkway leads right into the terminal.
Another short and uneventful trans-border flight. DL did a good job as they're used to. Though nothing compared to Terminal B or C, Terminal A even while under construction was efficient with little congestion.