Cheap Flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Toronto Pearson International

Flight information Paris Charles de Gaulle to Toronto Pearson International

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Average flight time, total distance 6026 kilometers

8h 5min

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Air Canada

Toronto Pearson International

1 airport

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Airlines Flying From Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to Toronto Pearson International (YYZ)

Canadians can fly directly to Toronto's Pearson International Airport (YYZ) from Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) through Air Transat, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Delta, Air France, or Brussels Airlines. There are many flights leaving each day, making it easy to choose one that works for your schedule! Skyscanner's free search tools can help you compare flights across all major airlines to find the cheapest flights from Paris to Toronto.

Departing from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

Charles de Gaulle airport is conveniently located just 25km from Paris' city center, and can easily be reached by train, bus, shuttle, or taxi from any location in the city. The Blue line on the RER regional train system is the most convenient, reaching the airport in 35 minutes with a 10 euro ticket price. There are two stops at the airport. Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 1 serves terminals 1 and 3, while Aéroport Charles de Gaulle 2 serves terminal 2. To reach the departures area, take the elevator up one floor after arriving at the airport, then follow the signs. This airport is fully equipped with free wi-fi, restaurants, lounges, and shops to keep you busy while you wait to depart.

Arriving at Toronto Pearson International Airport

After landing in Toronto, follow the overhead signs to collect your baggage and make your way to Canadian customs. Depending on what time of day you arrive, this section of the airport can be quite busy, so make sure you've filled out your Canadian declaration card correctly to ensure a quick reception back into Canada. There are airport shuttles to the city available, which run to a wide variety of hotels and transportation hubs. You can also find a taxi to take you directly to your hotel on the arrivals level, or pick up a rental car if you know the city well!

Practical Information

For all international flights, we reccomend arriving at the airport at least 3 hours before your departure time. Wear comfortable clothing and bring some reading material or a pillow to help you pass the time on this long-haul flight. Remember to fill out your declaration card (provided on the plane before landing in Toronto) correctly and completely to ensure a smooth passage back into Canada!

What to Expect in Toronto

Toronto is a vibrant city that is best enjoyed on foot. Traffic can be heavy at times, so expect some delays if you are traveling by car. Canadian winters are notoriously cold and harsh, so it's best to visit in the spring and summer. There are a huge variety of summer festivals and events in Toronto that you won't want to miss! Can't decide what to do? Skyscanner's got you covered. Just check out our list of budget-friendly activities in Toronto for some inspiration!

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