Cheap Flights from Brussels to Toronto
Flight information Brussels to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 6087 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Airlines That Fly from Brussels to Toronto
Brussels Airlines is the only carrier that provides direct flights from Brussels to Toronto. There are dozens of other airlines offering connecting flights to Toronto Pearson; they include Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, KLM, Lufthansa, United Airlines, and WestJet. If you have a specific travel date in mind, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you monitor air ticket prices for these carriers so that you can book the lowest fare.
Departing from Brussels -- Terminal Information
Brussels Airport (BRU) handles all flights out of a single terminal. Among the extensive services offered throughout the terminal building are ATMs, banks, restaurants, conference facilities, cafés, a fashion boutique, and duty-free shopping. Wifi at Brussels Airport is free and unlimited. Don't have a tablet or laptop? You can use a PC to access the Internet at one of the airport's five Telenet communication centres. Short-term, intermediate, and long-term parking are available at the airport's three parking lots (P1, P2, and P3). A free shuttle service transports passengers from these lots to the passenger terminal.
Arriving in Toronto -- Terminal Information
There are two passenger terminals at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ): Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Inside each terminal building boasts a plethora of services for arriving travellers, including currency exchange kiosks, tourist information desks, hotel reservation services, restaurants, snack bars, and hi-speed wireless Internet access. You'll find ground transportation links to the city centre -- including coach lines, city busses, hotel shuttles, and taxi services -- outside of the Arrivals exit of each terminal.If you're flying to Billy Bishop City Airport (YTZ), a free ferry service will transport you from the facility's main passenger terminal to the mainland, where you can access ground transportation options to your final destination.
It's recommended that passengers arrive at Brussels Airport at least two hours before their flight's scheduled departure time, but you'll want to give yourself more time than that if travelling during the airport's busy times and seasons (usually early mornings and holidays). If you're driving to the airport, you can save yourself some time by reserving your parking spot at one of the airports three car parks online. Web check-in is another time-saving option that is available for most airlines at Brussels Airport.
What to Expect in Toronto: Travel Tips
Tipping is customary in Toronto, so you'll want to make sure you budget for an extra 10 to 15 percent on services provided by hotel staff, parking attendants, taxi drivers, and restaurant servers. Electrical outlets use 110/120 volts AV, and adapters can be hard to find in Toronto; be sure to bring one with you if your electronics connect to 220/240 volts AC outlets. If you're planning to rent a car in Toronto, keep in mind that parking is expensive and traffic can be very heavy -- especially during rush hour and over the summer months, when many roads are blocked off for construction. Consider using the city's reliable network of TTC buses, subway trains, and streetcars to get around Toronto instead.
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