A few days ago, a Co-working client asked a Telsec administrative staff member for a reference to a preferred limo service from Pearson International Airport.  They told the staff member that they were putting together an Itinerary for a customer who would be visiting from Chicago.

The quick thinking coworking Toronto office staff, reminded the client that they could save them and their customer a great deal of money and hassles if they skipped Pearson International Airport and flew via Porter Airlines directly to the Billy Bishop Toronto Island Airport. The cost of the ticket and landing taxes would save them a great deal of money. The office space Toronto staff also mentioned that the cost of the taxi from the Toronto Island Airport to the Telsec co-working office space at 1 Yonge Street would be less than $15, rather than the $70 or $80 it would cost to get downtown from Pearson.

The only information that the staffer did not tell the client was that an impending late March strike of Air Canada staff could cause delays and flight cancellations at Pearson International Airport. Their Toronto co-working office space client would encounter other potential problems if they flew into one of Canada’s busiest airports while a labour dispute was going on, even if they were not flying with that carrier.

When it comes to getting you or your customers to your coworking Toronto office, the friendly staff at Telsec can always help you find various options. The ideal location of Telsec at Yonge and Queens Quay is ideal for those who do not want to fight traffic, yet still want their downtown Toronto office space to be seconds from the financial district and business core of Canada.