Cheap Flights from Dublin to Toronto Pearson International in 2019

Flight information Dublin to Toronto Pearson International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 5267 kilometers

7h 20min

Most popular airline last month

Aer Lingus

Toronto Pearson International

1 airport

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Toronto Hotels

The Fairmont Royal York


Gladstone Hotel


Drake Hotel Toronto


Cheap Flights from Dublin to Toronto Pearson International

Airlines That Fly From Dublin Airport to Toronto's Pearson International Airport

Canadians can fly directly to Toronto's Pearson International Airport (YYZ) from Dublin Airport (DUB) through Lufthansa, Air Canada, Air Transat, and Aer Lingus airlines. With multiple flights to choose from every day, you're sure to find a time that fits your needs. If you need a little help, Skyscanner's search tools above can help you compare flight times, airlines, and prices to find the best deal possible.

Departing from Dublin

Conveniently located just 10km from the city center, Dublin Airport is easy to reach via bus, taxi, or nearby train stations. This airport's two main terminals are fully stocked with shops, restaurants, executive lounges, and free Wi-Fi for all travelers. The check-in area is located on the lower level in terminal 2, and the departures lounge is located on the upper level of terminal 1. Be sure to arrive early to give yourself enough time to make it to your gate!

Arriving in Toronto

After your plane lands at Toronto Pearson International Airport, follow the overhead signs to collect your baggage and make your way through Canadian customs. You can reach the city easily on the 24-hour airport express shuttle, which runs between the airport and several major transportation hubs and hotels multiple times per day. You can also pick up a taxi on the arrivals level for a ride directly to your hotel.

Practical Information

Plan on arriving at the airport at least 3 hours before your international flight. Upon landing in Toronto, make sure that you have your passport and declaration card ready for a smooth passage back into Canada. For intercontinental flights we suggest packing comfortable clothes, some reading material, and a pillow to use on the plane.

What to Expect in Toronto

Toronto is a lively city that is best seen on foot or on public transit. Traffic can be congested at times and parking is often expensive in the downtown areas. However, Toronto's TTC subway system is extremely easy to understand and use. Toronto's markets, museums, and attractions draw crowds from all parts of the globe. With its reputation as the most expensive city to live in Canada, it can be an intimidating choice for travelers on a budget. However, there are still plenty of low cost activities to take part in throughout the year! For example, Toronto is home to some of the most popular events in Canada - just check out our guide to Toronto's summer festivals for some inspiration!

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