Cheap Flights from London Heathrow to Toronto in 2019
Flight information London Heathrow to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 5739 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Travellers flying from London Heathrow to Toronto can choose from two different airlines to fly direct to their destination. Air Canada flies four times each day from Heathrow to Toronto Pearson, while British Airways has two daily flights direct from London Heathrow to Toronto Pearson. There are no direct flights to Toronto from London Heathrow that terminate in airports such as Waterloo or Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto.
London Heathrow to Toronto flights that require stopovers are operated by several airlines, with frequent flights to Dublin before a second flight to Toronto Pearson with Irish airline Aer Lingus. Amsterdam is another popular layover destination, with Dutch flagship carrier KLM providing seven daily flights to Toronto. Passengers preferring to fly to Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto can fly to Montréal from London Heathrow before taking one of several connecting flights to Billy Bishop Airport.
Terminal Information for London Heathrow Airport
The Heathrow Express offers passengers the easiest way to get from central London to Heathrow Airport. This dedicated airport train is just a 15-minute ride from Paddington Station in London to Heathrow's terminals 2 and 3, while this journey time extends to 20 minutes for terminals 4 and 5. Four hours of free wireless internet is available to all passengers at Heathrow, which should provide sufficient browsing time while waiting for departing flights.
Departing passengers can take advantage of a range of excellent shopping options from Armani for designer clothes to Dixons for any technology needs such as a new smartphone or laptop. Power outlets are also available to charge devices, and the availability of USB ports ensures you don't need specific plugs to recharge.
Toronto Airports Information
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Two terminals handle passenger airline traffic at Toronto Pearson: Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Different airlines use different terminals. Air Canada uses Terminal 1, while other major carriers such as British Airways, Air France, and KLM use Terminal 3. Transport to downtown Toronto is a short 25 minute ride on the UP Express train from Terminal 1.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Located on the Toronto Islands, Billy Bishop Airport provides access to the city of Toronto via a pedestrian tunnel that leads passengers to Eireann Quay. Passengers arriving here from London Heathrow will do so via a connecting flight on Air Canada Express from Montreal.
What You Need to Know
Travellers from outside the United States or Canada should be in possession of a valid eTA or visitor visa if required before embarking on flights from London Heathrow to Toronto. Passengers should arrive three hours prior to flights from London Heathrow because it is one of the world's busiest passenger airports.
What to Expect in Toronto
Winters are cold in Toronto, so come prepared if travelling at that time of the year. Summers are generally hot and humid with frequent thunderstorms. Interesting attractions include the CN Tower and the Art Gallery of Ontario, which contains one of the world's most expensive paintings. Admission to the art gallery is CA$19.50 for adults, and children can visit for free.
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