Cheap Flights from Reykjavik Keflavik to Toronto Pearson International
Flight information Reykjavik Keflavik to Toronto Pearson International
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Average flight time, total distance 4174 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International
Airlines That Fly from Keflavik Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport
Among the major airlines offering direct flights from Keflavik Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport are Air Canada, Icelandair, and WOW. Airlines offering connecting flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport include British Airways, Delta, Lufthansa, KLM, and Scandinavian Airlines.
Departing From Keflavik Airport
Keflavik Airport (KEF) offers a wealth of services and amenities, including duty-free shopping, restaurants, ATMs, charging stations, retail stores, and unlimited free WiFi. The airport's single terminal is well-designed and easy to navigate. That said, you'll want to give yourself plenty of time to check in -- especially during the busy season (summer) and in the early morning hours (6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.). To avoid delays, it's recommended that international travellers arrive for check in at least 2.5 hours before their scheduled departure.
Arriving at Toronto Pearson International Airport
After landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), you'll be guided to the baggage claim area before proceeding to Customs (Canadians returning home can use the Automated Border Clearance kiosks to scan their travel documents). Outside of the terminal, you'll find plenty of ground transportation options for getting to your final destination, including taxis, limousines, car rentals, public transportation, carpooling services, and the UP Express -- a train that runs to and from downtown Toronto approximately every 15 minutes between 5:30 a.m. And 1:00 a.m. The Terminal Link, a free and fully-accessible train operated by the airport, runs 24 hours a day between Terminal 1, Terminal 3, the Viscount Station parking lot and the nearby Sheraton Gateway Hotel.
What to Expect in Toronto: Travel Tips
While English is the main language spoken in Toronto, you'll find that many of the locals are at least bilingual. Depending on which part of the city you're visiting, you can expect to hear languages other than English being spoken (particularly French). Toronto's currency is the Canadian Dollar (C$). Banks offer the best exchange rates, followed by private exchange bureaus and hotels. Cirrus and Plus networks are available at most ATMs in the city, and major credit cards are accepted virtually everywhere.
Toronto is relatively safe for tourists, but there are still some neighbourhoods -- such as eastern Yonge Street -- that are best avoided after dark. Occasionally, pickpockets are an issue in subway stations and on crowded trains; be sure to keep your valuables out of plain view. Looking for a hotel in the city? Click here to search Skyscanner's deals on affordable accommodations in Toronto.
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