Cheap Flights from Berlin to Toronto
Flight information Berlin to Toronto
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average flight time from Berlin to Toronto, total distance 6524 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Hamilton, Kitchener / Waterloo and Toronto Island
Most flights from Berlin to Toronto have a layover in another city, so travellers may need to change their departure dates for a nonstop flight. Air Canada flies from Berlin Tegel Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport with layovers at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago, Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C., or Frankfurt International Airport in Germany.
Germanwings, British Airways, American Airlines, Aer Lingus, Icelandair, Air France, Delta, Lufthansa, United Airlines, and Brussels Airlines make similar flights as well. Other possible stops include Zurich Airport in Switzerland, Brussels Airport in Belgium, London Heathrow, and Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. Direct flights are often available on weekends from Aer Lingus.
Terminal Information for Berlin Tegel Airport
United Airlines, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Delta, and Lufthansa leave from Terminal A at Berlin Tegel Airport, while Air Berlin and Aer Lingus use Terminal C. Each gate has its own security checkpoints, so make sure to leave about 45 minutes between connecting flights for going through security.
Terminal A is a hexagonal concourse with a parking area, taxi stands, and bus stops in its centre. The area before security has an apothecary, a currency exchange, a hair salon, luggage storage, and a number of lounges. Passengers can also find books at Pocket Shop and chocolate treats at Leysieffer Confiserie. Terminal D has a Visitors Terrace for plane spotting from the roof. Admission is €2 (CA$2.87) for adults and €1 (CA$1.43) for children 12 and under.
Terminal C has the only transit zone for connecting passengers at the airport, and it has a duty-free store after security. Smaller planes use Terminal D, and Terminal C and D both have Relay stores for any last-minute needs. There are plenty of restaurants in Terminal A and C before and after security, and coffee and beer are available as well. The airport is only about 8 km away from Berlin.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
Air Canada, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines use Terminal 1 at Toronto Pearson International Airport. This is the largest terminal, and it has more restaurants and stores than many shopping centres, including Aveda or MAC Cosmetics to refresh oneself. There are also excellent bars and luxury stores like Swarovski and Burberry. Aer Lingus, Air France, British Airways, Delta, and Icelandair use Terminal 3. It also has plenty of shopping and dining options, like Beerhive for craft beer or Freshii for healthy meals on the go. Both terminals offer free wireless internet access.
What You Need to Know
Travellers should get to the airport about 3 hours before a flight to find parking, check in, and go through security. Passports must be valid for the dates of the trip. The time zone in Toronto is 5 hours behind Berlin, so you could experience some jet lag.
What to Expect in Toronto
Both cities have similar average temperatures, but Toronto has cooler winters and warmer, sunnier summers than Berlin. Food costs are about the same, but transportation is about 25 percent less expensive in Toronto. Visitors should try the Hop-On Hop-Off City Bus Tour to see the sights. A three-day pass is just CA$43.
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