Cheap Flights from Chicago to Toronto in 2019
Flight information Chicago to Toronto
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 702 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island, Hamilton and others
Air Canada, United Airlines, American Airlines, and WestJet all offer nonstop flights from Chicago O'Hare International Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Porter Airlines also offers nonstop flights to Toronto from Chicago leaving from Chicago Midway International Airport to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
There are many other Chicago to Toronto flights with stops in different U.S. and Canadian cities on Delta, as well as most of the above-mentioned airlines. There are multiple daily flights from both Chicago airports to both airports in Toronto.
Chicago Airports Information
Chicago O'Hare International Airport Information
Flights on Air Canada to Toronto Pearson International Airport from Chicago O'Hare International Airport leave from Terminal 2, American Airlines from Terminal 3, United Airlines from Terminal 1, and WestJet from Terminal 5. Dining options at this airport include unique Chicago restaurants such as Billy Goat Tavern and Tortas Frontera, as well as more familiar franchises. Shopping for last-minute gifts is easy at shops like I Love Chicago and the four duty-free stores throughout the airport. There is even a yoga room where passengers can relax and de-stress.
Chicago Midway International Airport Information
Porter Airlines flights to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport depart from Concourse A at Chicago Midway International Airport. Manny's Deli, Tuscany Cafe, and Halsted Street Tap are some of the restaurants that are available to passengers. For passengers who wish to exchange their currency before returning home, Seaway National Bank provides currency exchange services and is conveniently in Concourse A.
Toronto Airports Information
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport has an automated border clearance process that makes it easier for Canadians to be processed upon their return home. Citizens and permanent residents with a valid Canadian passport or permanent resident card can use an Automated Border Clearance kiosk upon returning to Canada. Passengers scan their travel documents, insert the completed Declaration Card, answer a few questions, and then get a receipt that they present to a border services officer for verification. Passengers then go ahead to baggage claim, collect their luggage, and head out to ground transportation.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport has a pedestrian tunnel that connects the airport to the mainland from its location on Toronto Island. Passengers can also take a ferry to get to the city.
What You Need to Know
Passengers should plan to be at their respective airports at least three hours before their scheduled departure time to accommodate the long lines at the security checkpoints for flights from Chicago to Toronto.
To re-enter Canada, Canadian citizens need identification like a passport, birth certificate, or citizenship card, but the government recommends that adults and minors travelling internationally should carry a Canadian passport.
What to Expect in Toronto
While in Toronto, be sure to check out the CN Tower and enjoy breathtaking views of the city below. Other places of note to visit include the renowned St. Lawrence Market, Royal Ontario Museum, and for sports fans, the Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.