Cheap Flights from Washington Ronald Reagan to Toronto Pearson International
Flight information Washington Ronald Reagan to Toronto Pearson International
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Toronto Pearson International
Both Air Canada Express at American Eagle fly the route non-stop between Washington Ronald Reagan and Toronto Pearson, with several flights each day. These are sometimes less expensive than connecting flights, and they sometimes cost more. Check out the alternatives on a tool like Skyscanner before you make reservations.
Flying out of Washington Ronald Reagan National
Washington Ronald Reagan is one of the country's best-loved airports, simply because it gets everything right. It is small, so there are no long walks, security and immigration lines tend to move quickly, and everything runs with great efficiency. Arriving at the airport, all you need to do is to make sure you are heading to the right terminal (Terminal A serves Air Canada Express, but Terminal B and C, both serve American Eagle). The fact that this airport is close to D.C. makes it even better.
Metrorail is the easiest way to get to the airport. It's also possible to take a taxi or a shared-ride van.
Arriving at Toronto Pearson
Toronto Pearson, while well-designed, tends to be chaotic. Waits and lines can get very long, indeed, especially around the times that large aircraft arrive, carrying hundreds of passengers. You need to make sure that you have time on hand to plan for whatever you need to do once you get out of the airport. It won't do to expect that you can be out of your plane and on your way home in a half hour.
The airport tends to have difficulties in a few other areas as well. Disabled passengers often find that they have no wheelchair assistance, and dining outlets begin closing down close to midnight. If you need it, you should consider traveling with a collapsible wheelchair. Packing a quick meal is a good idea as well, just in case most restaurants are closed when you arrive.
Toronto Pearson is well-connected to the city. The public transportation option is to take the Union Pearson Express train to the center of the city, a trip that takes no longer than 25 minutes. Many bus routes by the Toronto Transit Commission help you make the trip in a reasonable amount of time as well. Traffic tends to slow these trips, however, especially when it snows. If you'd like to drive yourself, there are rental desks at the arrivals area. You should make sure you have reservations done in advance, however, for reasonable prices. An online tool like Skyscanner can help.
Experience all that Toronto has to offer
Toronto does have the CN Tower and is close to the Niagara, but there is so much more that you can do. You can participate in a fun axe-throwing competition where you can feel like one of Canada's super-skilled lumberjacks, take in the Haunted Walk for lots of fun scares or go catch a show on Broadway -- Toronto is known as North Broadway these days.
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