You can get everywhere from here – and you can get back easily from just about everywhere in the world. Air, road, rail, water – we’re close and connected by every means of transport known to humankind.
• St. Thomas’ location adjacent to Canada’s main transportation route, Highway 401 provides unparalleled access to all major North American markets.
• The City’s industrial area is well connected to mainline rail routes, a definite advantage for many local industries. Remaining true to its role as Canada’s Railway Capital, St. Thomas is well served by the Canadian National Railway (CN) and Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway, as well as Norfolk & Southern, the Trillium Railway Corporation and Ontario Southland Railway.
• St. Thomas’s Regional Airport plus International airports at nearby London and within 90 minutes in Toronto’s west end make air shipping and travel easy.
• St. Thomas is only minutes from the Great Lakes system and less than two hours from a deep water, full service port.
Many local businesses take full advantage of the St. Thomas Regional Airport to facilitate the movement of both personnel and product. The Airport’s 5,050 foot/1,540 metre runway is used by hundreds of international flights annually, saving local businesses countless hours of transportation time when it matters most.
The St. Thomas Municipal Airport is proud to offer modern facilities and is capable of landing aircraft similar in size to a Gulfstream 3 or larger if not fully loaded. In addition to its 5,050 ft. x 100 ft asphalt runway, it has two 2,640 ft. runways. The airport offers lighted runways and a GPS (stand alone) approach. Services available include customs clearance, catering, aircraft refueling and maintenance, and logistical support to out of town customers.
St. Thomas is located within a two-hour drive of three deep water ports that provide various levels of service.