Cheap Flights from Washington Ronald Reagan to Toronto
Flight information Washington Ronald Reagan to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 567 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Flying out of Washington Ronald Reagan
Known as Washington National Airport until the name was changed in honor of a more recent president in 1998, this is the closest airport to the American capital from which it still takes its IATA code, DCA. Naturally, the routes here are dominated by American Airlines which uses this airport as its hub. The airport is divided into three terminals, A, B, and C, with Air Canada Express in Terminal A and American Airlines in B and C.
This area of the United States is busy for virtually all types of travel including commuter, regional, and international routes via land, sea, and air. The political sensitivity of the area might be a factor when it comes to security wait times or customs security clearance, but given the transportation options available for your departure it's easy to plan your trip. Other than the light rail, bus and metro options, you can also take a taxi, shuttle, or rent your own car.
Toronto Airport Options
Both Air Canada and American Airlines fly direct to various points in Canada, with the central commercial and political centers of Ontario getting the most attention. This includes Ottawa and Toronto. Westjet is another Canadian airline that services this route but often operates under affiliate airline Delta. Upon arrival in Toronto, keep in mind which airline alliance you're flying with to determine whether you disembark in Terminal One or Three. Terminal Three is where the baggage carousel and Express US customs facility is located if your destination is Toronto or elsewhere in Canada.
International Travel Options for Toronto
Prepare to enjoy your layover. As unbelievable as that sounds, Toronto Pearson has all of the food, diversions, and equipment to make your wait quite pleasant, even fun. Terminals Two and Three are part of the same building, with Terminal Three an easy ride away on a sleek, fast walkway. This makes it easy to access any of the various amenities anywhere in the airport, including fine dining, cafes and bakeries, spas and hair salons, upscale airport lounges, and duty-free shopping.
If you arrive on American Airlines, which dominates the traffic in the Washington to Toronto corridor, you'll be landing in Terminal Three where the OneWorld affiliates are located. Air Canada is a Star Alliance partner, and therefore makes its home in Terminal One. Both terminals have access to free WiFi, and essentials like money changing and car hire are available around the clock.
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