Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Toronto
Flight information Boston Logan International to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 730 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Six main airlines offer flights to Toronto from Boston Logan International. These include Porter Airlines, American Airlines, Air Canada, United Airlines, WestJet, and Delta Airlines. Of the ten airports in the Greater Toronto Area, three are most commonly used for Boston Logan International to Toronto flights. These are Toronto Pearson International Airport, which is the busiest and serves as the main hub, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, and John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport.
Porter Airlines and Air Canada offer flights from Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International Airport; Air Canada, American Airlines, United Airlines, WestJet, and Delta Airlines offer service to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport; WestJet and Air Canada fly to John C. Munro Hamilton Airport.
Terminal Information for Boston Logan International
Boston Logan International has four terminals: A, B, C, and E. Convenient walkways make it easy to walk between the terminals, and the airport offers a free shuttle bus system for faster travel. Travellers can follow the signs within the airport to locate the various shuttle stops. WestJet flies out of Terminal A, while United and Air Canada fly out of Terminal B. Porter flies out of Terminal E. Delta flies out of Terminals A and E, and American flies out of Terminals C and E, so check the departure board when travellers arrive.
All terminals have a wide variety of places to shop and dine.
Terminal Information for Toronto
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport has two terminals, 1 and 3. Air Canada and United Airlines fly into Terminal 1, while American Airlines, Delta, and WestJet fly into Terminal 3. Terminal 1 has Starbucks, Subway, Caplansky's Deli, Swiss Chalet, and Paramount for dining, along with one bookstore/newsstand. Terminal 3 has Freshii, Starbucks, Wendy's, and Eurobar, along with two newsstand/bookstores.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is offshore from the downtown area of Toronto and is accessible via a pedestrian tunnel or ferry ride, which runs every 15 minutes. This airport has a single terminal with Aroma Espresso Bar and Billy Bishop Café, along with airport lounges with complimentary drinks and light snacks. The duty-free shop is open daily from 5:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. and sells perfumes, wines and spirits, accessories, and more.
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport also has a single terminal. Available amenities include Tim Hortons, Hamilton Duty Free, Departures Retail Outlet, and J&A's Bar. If travellers have some time to kill, they can check out the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, which offers free admission with a same-day boarding pass.
What You Need to Know
Travellers will need to bring their passports to fly from Boston Logan International to Toronto since the flight crosses country lines. Passengers should arrive at least two hours before their flight is due to depart.
What to Expect in Toronto
The average lunch in a sit-down restaurant in Toronto costs around CA$16, while a fast food combo meal is about CA$9. A basic dinner out for two at a neighbourhood pub will cost about CA$55. A taxi ride from one of the airports to the city centre (8 km.) is approximately CA$22.
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