Flights to Toronto

Flights to Toronto 2018

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Find and compare cheap flights and airline tickets to Toronto (YYZ) from hundreds of cities and destinations around the world. Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario and hundreds of thousands of visitors visit Toronto each year in addition to large number of immigrants who choose to stay here. Toronto Pearson International Airport (IATA: YYZ) is located 28km (17 miles) northwest of downtown and is served by most major airlines. This is Canada’s largest and busiest airport and is the main hub for Air Canada and WestJet. Once you’ve arrived, your ground transportation options include car rentals (all the majors), public transit (UP Express, TTC, Brampton Transit, MiWay, Go Transit), out-of-town van services, taxis, and limousines. If you are flying to Toronto for leisure, business or family trip, you can find and book cheap flights to Toronto through 75+ airlines with 1000+ daily arrivals from all major cities within Canada and from international destinations around the world. cheap flights to Toronto is an easy to use service to find and compare airline tickets offered by various travel agencies and airlines directly so you get the best possible fare rates for your trip to Toronto whether one-way or round-trip.

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If you’re travelling internationally, you need to use @GovCanHealth’s #ArriveCAN app to submit a quarantine plan, contact info & travel plan before returning to Canada.

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We’re committed to taking all measures necessary to ensure a healthier airport environment for employees and passengers. Watch our #HealthyAirport video series to see how we’re putting our commitment into action.

A new @FidoMobile location has opened at the airport. Fido provides essential travellers and airport workers a one-stop shop for their mobile, home internet and accessory needs. Find them in Terminal 1 International Arrivals Hall.

Keeping you safe is our top priority. That's why high touchpoint areas are being cleaned continuously, including escalators, moving walkways, stairwells, handrails & kiosks. Learn how we're prioritizing safety: #HealthyAirport

As part of our continuing commitment to a #HealthyAirport, in cooperation with our IT partner @Wipro, we’ve outfitted frontline GTAA staff with wearable COVID Safety Alert devices to aid in physical distancing and contact tracing. Learn more:

Are you travelling for essential purposes or picking up a friend or loved one? Remember, to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, terminal access is limited to same-day travellers and employees on duty. Learn more about measures in place:

The Government of Canada now requires all international travellers to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival. Are you flying into Pearson and unsure of what to do? To get the information you need, visit: #HealthyAirport

Our next Public Meeting takes place virtually on Thursday, April 15. Join us to understand more about airport operations, noise management efforts and to provide feedback to industry partners. Learn more and register:

Each baggage cart & wheelchair is sanitized after use. Our cleaning partner, Dexterra, and their 200 frontline staff are hard at work to keep the airport clean and you healthy:

This #PeopleofPearson has passion for public health, having traveled all over the world to deliver projects in the medical community. Ian played a big role in the rapid testing launch for passengers helping to ensure a #HealthyAirport for all. Thanks, Ian!


We’ve installed UV-C light sterilization units on the handrails of selected escalators and moving walkways to help reduce the spread of potentially harmful microorganisms. Learn more:

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There are eight airports in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA); two of which provide scheduled passenger service. The two airports, Toronto Pearson International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, are located within the GTA.

Toronto Pearson International Airport is located 28km (17 miles) northwest of downtown and is served by most major airlines. This is Canada’s largest and busiest airport and is the main hub for Air Canada and WestJet. There are two terminals: Terminal 1 hosts Air Canada and other Star Alliance airlines, while Terminal 3 hosts SkyTeam and Oneworld alliance airlines, along with WestJet, Air Transat, and other unaffiliated airlines. Free WiFi internet access is available throughout both terminals.

Billy Bishop Toronto City Center Airport handles short-haul regional flights only. Its main tenant is Porter Airlines, a low-cost carrier that operates flights using turboprop planes to many cities in eastern Canada (Halifax, Moncton, Mont Tremblant, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec City, Sault Ste. Marie, St. John’s, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Timmins, Windsor) and the northeast United States (Boston, Burlington, Chicago/Midway, Myrtle Beach, New York/Newark, Pittsburgh, Washington/Dulles). Air Canada provides service to Montreal. One of the main benefits of flying into this airport is its proximity to the downtown core. Upon landing, you can be downtown within ten minutes.

Hamilton International Airport, located about 80 km from downtown Toronto and Niagara Falls, is served by WestJet and CanJet. This airport is served by the ((Hamilton Street Railway)) from the the Hamilton GO Station (36 Hunter Street East) where you can catch a GO commuter bus to Union Station in downtown Toronto. Buses run every 30 minutes.

For frugal travelers coming from the United States, Buffalo-Niagara International Airport is another option. Flights to Buffalo tend to be significantly cheaper than to Pearson. Megabus has varying prices and requires early booking. They run from the Buffalo Airport to Toronto. The trip takes 3 hours, including the border crossing. Rental cars are available at the airport if you prefer to do the drive yourself.

Once you’ve arrived, your ground transportation options include car rentals (all the majors), public transit (UP Express, TTC, Brampton Transit, MiWay, Go Transit), out-of-town van services, taxis, and limousines.

After you land in Toronto, you have the option to stay in a hotel of your choice. Hotels in Toronto have been some of the most prominent buildings in the city and the hotel industry is one of the city’s most important. The Greater Toronto Area has 180+ hotels with a total of 36,000+ rooms. Toronto is a popular tourist destination, with it having the 6th highest room occupancy rate in North America, but about two thirds of rooms are taken by commercial, government, or convention travelers. Flightsbaba has partnered with major hotels booking agencies and through offers an insight on best hotels in the city. You can see the complete list here.

Airlines Flying to Toronto

No Airline Country
1 Air Canada Canada
2 Aer Lingus Ireland
3 Air France France
4 Air Transat Canada
5 Alitalia Italy
6 American Eagle US
7 American Airline US
8 Austrian Airlines Austria
9 Avianca Costa Rica Costa Rica
10 Azores Airlines Portugal
11 British Airways UK
12 Brussels Airlines Belgium
13 Caribbean Airlines Trinidad and Tobago
14 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong
15 China Eastern Airlines China
16 China Southern Airlines China
17 Condor German
18 Copa Airlines Panama
19 Cubana de Aviacion Cuba
20 Delta Air Lines US
21 Delta Connection US
22 EgyptAir Egypt
23 El Al Israel
24 Emirates UAE
25 Ethiopian Airlines Ethiopia
26 Etihad Airways UAE
27 EVA Air Taiwan
28 Flair Airlines Canada
29 Fly Jamaica Airways Jamaica
30 Icelandair Iceland
31 Interjet Mexico
32 Jet Airways India
33 KLM Netherlands
34 Korean Air South Korea
35 LOT Polish Airlines Poland
36 Lufthansa Germany
37 Pakistan International Airlines Pakistan
38 Philippine Airlines Philippines
39 Primera Air Latvia
40 Saudi Arabian Airlines Saudi Arabia
41 Sunwing Airlines Canada
42 TAP Air Portugal Portugal
43 Turkish Airlines Turkey
44 Ukraine International Airlines Ukraine
45 United Airlines US
46 United Express US
47 WestJet Canada
48 WOW air Iceland
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