Cheap Flights from Lisbon to Toronto in 2019
Flight information Lisbon to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 5769 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island, Hamilton and others
Flying out of Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport
Lisbon Humberto Delgado Airport, known informally as Lisbon Airport, is the largest airport in Lisbon and in all of Portugal. The airport is conveniently located just 20 minutes from Lisbon's city centre. You can fly direct from Lisbon to Toronto on airlines like Air Transat, Azores Airlines, and TAP Portugal. Airlines like Lufthansa fly from Lisbon to Toronto with one stop in Germany, and airlines like United fly the route with one stop in the United States.
If you are flying direct to Toronto, you will need to arrive at the airport at least three hours before your flight to leave enough time for security checks and customs. Be sure to have your airline ticket and valid passport ready.
Toronto Airport Options
The biggest airport in Toronto is also the biggest airport in all of Canada: Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). Taxis are always available just outside of arrivals and are subject to flat rates to spots within the Greater Toronto Area. A ride into Toronto will cost between $40 and $70, depending on your final destination. Alternatively, you can board the affordable Express Train which will take you to downtown Union Station in 25 minutes.
Toronto's other airport option is Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), also known as Toronto Island Airport. To reach the mainland from the airport, you can either take a 90-second ferry ride, or walk via a pedestrian tunnel. Taxis, limousines and other shuttles can be found at the pavilion on the mainland.
Though you can fly to both YYZ and YTZ from Lisbon, only YYZ accommodates airlines that offer non-stop flights. If you fly into Billy Bishop, you will likely have two or more layovers.
What to Expect in Toronto
As the most populous city in Canada, there is always something to do and see in Toronto. As Lisbon is five hours ahead in time, you'll want to prepare in advance for jet lag so it doesn't affect your trip too much. Generally, Toronto prices are higher than those in Lisbon, however there are many ways to see the city without going over budget.
Toronto's main attractions include the CN Tower, one of the world's tallest buildings and an iconic part of Toronto's skyline. The building has three observation levels, a rotating restaurant, and a gift shop that sells Canadian souvenirs and products from local artisans.
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