Cheap Flights from Los Angeles International to Toronto Pearson International in 2019
Flight information Los Angeles International to Toronto Pearson International
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Average flight time, total distance 3497 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International
Cheap flights from Los Angeles Internationals to Toronto Pearson International
With about 70 flights a week, getting from Los Angeles International to Toronto Pearson International is easier than ever before. This popular route connects two of North America's busiest airports and takes about four and a half to five hours to complete. Currently, if you are looking to fly from Los Angeles International to Toronto Pearson International you can fly with American Airlines, Air Canada, or WestJet. You can also use Price Alerts to stay on top of the cheapest flights operating along this route.
Inside: Los Angeles International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport is a massive facility with nine passenger terminals, all of which are connected by a free shuttle. If you are flying with Air Canada then you will likely depart from Terminal 6. American Airlines usually departs from Terminal 4 and WestJet from Terminal 2. However, check with your carrier before heading to the airport to be sure of which terminal you should arrive at. While each terminal has plenty of dining and shopping options, be aware that choices before you go through security are usually limited to just a Starbucks and (sometimes) a gift shop or convenience store. The airport is notable for its iconic Theme Building, a flying saucer-shaped building that houses an observation deck that is open on the weekends.
Check-In: Los Angeles International Airport
Because Los Angeles International is such a huge airport you should arrive as early as possible for your flight, usually at least by three hours. Make sure you know which terminal you are supposed to go to, especially if you are flying with American Airlines which operates out of two terminals. Unfortunately, the airport has earned a reputation for being hard to navigate and for suffering from long queues, so plan accordingly.
What to Expect When Landing in Toronto
If flying with Air Canada then you will land at the new and easy to navigate Terminal 1, while American Airlines and WestJet typically use the much older Terminal 3. While both facilities are modern, queues getting through customs can be lengthy and delays at the baggage carousel are not uncommon. If you want to get downtown then the fastest option is the UP Express, which runs from Terminal 1 to Weston, Bloor, and Union Station every 15 minutes. The trip takes about 25 minutes. Licensed taxis are also available once you exit the terminal. You can also rent a car from one of the agencies located on the first level of the parking garages adjacent to both terminals.
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