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Airport Pickup

For students arriving in Toronto for the first time via Pearson International Airport, Amazon Solutions can provide an airport pick-up service (upon request) to meet them at the appropriate terminal and take them to their accommodation.

When you arrive at the Pearson International Airport, you will get the following things:-

  • Adaptor to charge your LAPTOP and MOBILE PHONE
  • Toronto Subway Map
  • A pair of  gloves and a winter hat 
  • 5 Toronto Subway/Bus tokens

During the trip, the driver can also provide a brief orientation to the area they are living in, including public transit routes and any landmarks or helpful locations that are nearby.

ANY requests for an airport pick-up must be made AT LEAST FOUR WEEKS in advance of the flight arriving in TORONTO.  After Amazon Solutions receives your request, we will reply to you by email, with confirmation and details of the representative who will meet you at Toronto Airport.  The representative will be holding your NAME SIGNAGE.

NOTE: The fee for this service is $95.00 CAD (one way) and is to be paid to the person who meets you to take you to your destination.  Return completed airport pick-up form to Amazon Solutions at info@amazonsss.com, or fax to (416) 981 3011

Please see our YouTube guides for further instructions:

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