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Cheap Flights from Dublin to Toronto

Flight information Dublin to Toronto

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$416

Non-stop airlines

5

Flights per week

14

Average flight time, total distance 5293 kilometers

7h 15min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton

4 airports

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Flight Information

There are fewer direct flights from Dublin to Toronto offered than there are flights with short layovers on this route. Layovers are typically between one and six hours and can vary based on location, but popular cities stateside include New York's JFK International Airport and New Jersey's Newark Liberty International. In Europe, many indirect flights make a short stop at London's Heathrow International or Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. The major airlines that fly direct for most Dublin to Toronto flights are Air Canada, Lufthansa, Delta, and Air France. WOW air also offers affordable flight options that tend to include a stopover in Reykjavík, Iceland.

Terminal Information for Dublin Airport

There are only two terminals at Dublin Airport. The Departures level is in Terminal 1 on the upper level, but the check-in area is on the lower level in Terminal 2. Dublin Airport is considered a travel hub and shopping centre with premium lounge areas in the mix. Located only 10 km from the city centre, it is very easily accessible by bus, taxi, or car and offers some services via nearby train stations. Consider purchasing a pass to one of the Executive Lounges in Terminal 1 or Terminal 2, valid for up to three hours. Passes cost less than €20 per person (about CA$29), regardless of travel ticket class. 

Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport

Although there are 10 airports that serve the greater Toronto area, most flights to Toronto from Dublin land at Toronto Pearson International Airport, which is approximately 32 km northwest of the downtown area. It is recognised as Canada's busiest airport hub and boasts only two active terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. On the Arrivals level in both terminals, there is a 24-hour Airport Express coach service that runs daily between the airport and several downtown hotels. Wi-Fi access is free in both terminals, convenient for snapping and sharing photos of the permanent and changing art exhibition spaces. If travel times allow, be sure to check out the dinosaur exhibit in Terminal 1, featuring a few pie tces from the Royal Ontario Museum.

What You Need to Know

When booking this international long-haul flight, travellers should arrive at the airport at least three hours before their scheduled flight time. For a speedy check-in, be sure to have a valid passport and check that any carry-on items are under the 100-ml liquid restriction.

What to Expect in Toronto

Toronto is Canada's largest city that is best seen on foot. There is limited parking throughout the city, so it's highly recommended to use the public transit system when getting around.

Pearson International is not far from downtown Toronto, but weekday rush hour can extend travel times during the hours of 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Plan travel times accordingly, especially when travelling during the months of November through March, when freezing temperatures and snow can create delays. Travellers will need a passport to enter and exit the city, although it's best to review the current visa and documentation policies before leaving for Canada.

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