Cheap Flights from Amsterdam to Toronto
Flight information Amsterdam to Toronto
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airlines fly non-stop from Amsterdam to Toronto
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average flight time from Amsterdam to Toronto, total distance 6022 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Search for the best flights from Amsterdam to Toronto on Skyscanner. Air Canada and KLM offer a daily nonstop service. Jet Airways also offers daily nonstop service and boasts extra leg room for the long flight. Amsterdam to Toronto flights are less expensive on Air Transat, which also offers nonstop service once a day but only flies the route Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
Terminal Information for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Flights to Toronto from Amsterdam depart from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The airport is 9 km from Amsterdam. Air Transat departs from Concourses E and G, Air Canada from Concourses E and G, Jet Airways from Concourse G, and KLM from many terminals. When travelling to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol from Amsterdam, public transportation is a convenient option. Trains depart Amsterdam Central Station for the airport every 10 minutes. Many hotels offer shuttles as well. Of course, private cars, rental cars, and taxi services are also an option for transportation to the airport.
XpresSpa pampers travelers with massages and relaxation time. Simply walk in, no appointment needed. There is free Wi-Fi available throughout the airport, and a variety of cafes and restaurants offer refreshments for waiting travellers. The Grand Café Het Paleis, a beautiful Dutch café, is a passenger favorite. Save money and buy last-minute gifts tax-free at the duty-free stores after Passport Control. Just show a boarding card.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
Flights from Amsterdam to Toronto land at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Jet Airways, KLM, and Air Transat arrive at Terminal 3. Air Canada arrives at Terminal 1. Grab a quick bite to eat after landing at the many restaurants and cafes. To travel between terminals or reach parking garages, the Terminal Link transports passengers around the airport.
Passengers can rent cars or take a taxi or hotel shuttle bus to the city. Public transportation is available by taking the UP Express train at Terminal 1. It departs every 15 minutes and takes 25 minutes to arrive in Toronto. The trains have charging stations, maps, free Wi-Fi, and room for luggage.
What You Need to Know
Plan to arrive three hours before flight departure in Amsterdam. Toronto is six hours behind Amsterdam, and Toronto winters are colder than Amsterdam. Travellers must have required documents. Adult passengers must present a valid passport upon entering Canada. Those under 18 must present proof of citizenship, such as a government-issued birth certificate, a passport card, or passport.
What to Expect in Toronto
For those visiting many of the popular attractions the CityPASS is well worth the price (CA$76 for adults and CA$51 for children ages 4-12). Destinations include the Toronto Zoo, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, the CN Tower, or the Royal Ontario Museum. Hockey fans can buy tickets to a Maple Leafs game or visit the Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum. The St. Lawrence Market is a marketplace that offers a variety of retail shopping and fresh foods. In Toronto, the public transportation is extensive and much less expensive than using a taxi.
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