Cheap Flights from Tokyo Haneda to Toronto
Flight information Tokyo Haneda to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 10366 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Cheap Flights from Tokyo's Haneda Airport to Toronto
Airlines That Fly From Tokyo's Haneda International Airport to Toronto
Canadians can fly directly to Toronto's Pearson International Airport (YYZ) from Tokyo's Haneda International Airport (HND) through Air Canada. Other airlines flying to Toronto include British Airways, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, and many more - so don't be afraid to play around with Skyscanner's search tools to find the best deal possible!
Terminal Information - Departing
The easiest way to travel anywhere in Tokyo is by taking public transit. Find your way to Shinagawa Station and transfer to the Keikyu Airport Line to reach Haneda Airport in 20 minutes. There are also limousine buses that run to Haneda Airport every 30-60 minutes from Tokyo Station. Japanese customer service is world-renowned, and Tokyo's Haneda International Airport is no exception. Fully equipped with shops, restaurants, both paid and free lounges, shower rooms, and even a pet hotel, it is the perfect place to relax before a long-haul flight back to Canada.
Terminal Information - Arriving
After such a lengthy flight, you will be eager to stretch your legs and get some fresh air after landing in Canada. Unfortunately, you'll have to clear customs first. Just follow the signs to collect your baggage, then head to the customs area. Depending on the time of day you are landing and what other flights are landing around the same time, your wait in line could be up to an hour. Make sure you have your passport ready and your declaration card filled out correctly to move through Canadian customs quickly and efficiently.
Always try to arrive at Haneda Airport at least 3 hours before your departure for all international flights. This will give you enough time to check your barrage, move through the security checkpoints, and make it to your gate with time to spare in case of any delays. Remember to trade your foreign currency for Canadian dollars on your way through the airport!
What to Expect in Toronto
Toronto has earned a reputation as one of the most expensive cities to live in Canada, but that doesn't mean that budget-conscious travelers should avoid it. In fact, we've put together a great list of activities for tourists and locals alike to help you see Toronto without breaking the bank. Toronto's world-class food, art, culture, and attractions are a huge draw for tourists from all parts of the globe. With a wide variety of summer festivals and events, awesome views, and even better museums, there's something for everyone. If you're visiting the city for a few nights, try using Skyscanner's hotel search tool to find the best deals on accommodations from over 600 different hotels in Toronto.
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