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Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International

Flight information Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International

cheapest roundtrip price from Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International last month

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airlines fly non-stop from Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International

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flights a week from Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International

1h 44min

average flight time from Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International, total distance 716 kilometers

Air Canada

was the most popular airline flying from Boston Logan International to Toronto Pearson International last month

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Toronto Pearson International

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You have a choice of 79 flights each week when flying from Boston Logan International (BOS) to Toronto Pearson International (YYZ). Why not use the Skyscanner search engine to find the best route, and the least expensive airfare, for your visit to Toronto, Canada? Need a hotel or a car rental? No problem, Skyscanner can help you book those as well.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Toronto Pearson International

Flights from Boston Logan to Toronto Pearson tend to be less expensive midweek. Sometimes you'll find a real bargain on the weekend; it just depends on availability. By using Skyscanner's Whole Month Search option, you can see fares for an entire month at a glance. Fares hold pretty steady throughout the year; then prices usually go up in April, May and June. Exceptions would be around Christmas and New Years, as well as for Spring Break. To get the best rate, be as flexible as possible and book as early as you can.

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Airlines That Fly to Toronto Pearson International

Air Canada is one of the most popular carriers on the Boston Logan to Toronto route. Canada's flagship airline tends to have the most non-stop routings, the widest selection of flights and the least expensive fares. Average flight time on the non-stops is 1.5 hours. WestJet is another favourite, with plenty of non-stops. WestJet fares tend to be a bit more, but Skyscanner can help you find available specials. Several American carriers also provide service between these two airports. Boston Logan has five terminals. Air Canada usually departs from Terminal B and WestJet from Terminal A. The bulk of the American carriers also depart from these two terminals.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

International arrivals into Toronto-Pearson International use Terminal 3. If you're flying from Boston Logan, head for the special declaration kiosk for flights originating from the United States. A tourist Visa isn't needed for stays up to six months but a valid passport is required. The free Terminal Link Train connects the airport terminals with the onsite Sheraton Gateway hotel and the parking garages which also houses the rental car fleet. Taxis, limousines and bus services are found just outside the doors near baggage claim. One of the most efficient ways to get to downtown Toronto is the UP Express Train, which leaves from Terminal 1 and goes right into downtown Toronto. Trains run every 15 minutes, and the trip takes about 25 minutes. Cost is $9.00 CAD. Boston and Toronto are both on Eastern Standard Time.

Airport Facilities

Toronto Pearson International has roughly 40 ATMs throughout the airport in both pre and post security passenger areas. Duty-Free shops, currency exchanges, boutique stores, eateries and fast food outlets are similarly located. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport. Pearson Toronto is also known for its onsite art collections. Come face to face with mounted dinosaur fossils, a giant curved sculpture you can walk in, around and under, and ever-changing exhibits by Canadian artists.

What to See and Do in Toronto

If finding those dinosaurs at Toronto Pearson made your curious about these ancient creatures, why not head for the Royal Ontario Museum and meet Gordo, the resident Barosaurus? No going face to face with him, Gordo stands high above even the tallest human. Or, if you want a bird's eye view of downtown Toronto and beyond, visit the 553-metre tall CN Tower. If you're really brave, try the Edgewalk Experience, an outside walk near the top of the tower. If you're a hockey fan, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a must visit. Baseball more to your liking? Catch the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. For something more laid back, visit Casa Loma. Open during the warmer seasons, this 18th-century castle with its English-style gardens is perfect for a leisurely stroll.

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