Private Flights from Toronto to Lake Tahoe

Imagine looking out at beautiful blue waters flanked by snow-capped mountain tops and tall evergreens. A gentle breeze blows over the water, and you hear the faint song of birds in flight. You can head out on the water to try your hand at catching something for dinner, or you can just relax by the shore. If you are feeling energetic, you can get up on the mountain and do some skiing.

You don't have to imagine it. With a short charter flight, you can be there yourself at Lake Tahoe, the largest mountain lake in North America. Situated between California and Nevada, the lake is a major tourist attraction that draws in many visitors every year.

Take a private plane to start your trip to Lake Tahoe, and you'll set the tone for what's ahead. You can enjoy the height of luxury and wonderful amenities that help you relax.

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Flying Options

Since Lake Tahoe borders two states, you have a few options for getting there.

If you fly into Las Vegas, you'll be going into Reno. The Reno-Tahoe International Airport (code RNO) is actually the closest airport to the lake, and it's the most popular option for travelers.

However, you can also fly into airports in California, including the Sacramento International Airport (code SMF), the Oakland International Airport (code OAK), the San Francisco International Airport (code SFO) and the Mineta San Jose International Airport (code SJC).

The Lake Tahoe Airport (code TVL) is also a smaller airport just three miles southwest of the lake in California. The Truckee-Tahoe Airport (code TRK) is also available for private flights.

The flight from YYZ to RNO is a long one - just under seven hours. Taking a private flight becomes of the utmost importance since you don't want to be crammed into a small seat on a crowded commercial flight for that whole time. Book a private jet flight and give yourself the room to spread out and relax. You'll also get better food, private entertainment and other amenities that make being on the plane a vacation in itself.