Cheap Flights from Madrid to Toronto
Flight information Madrid to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 6090 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Airlines that offer regular flights from Madrid to Toronto are American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, Finnair, and Delta Air Lines. However, most partner with other carriers on connecting flights, and some also fly to Toronto's smaller airport Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
Finding direct flights to Toronto from Madrid is like finding hen's teeth. But a thorough search on Skyscanner will occasionally yield nonstop Madrid to Toronto flights on Air Canada and Lufthansa.
Terminal Information at Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport
Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport is one of Europe's largest airports, on par in size with Paris-Charles de Gaulle. There are three main terminals that handle around 50 million passengers a year, making it Spain's largest and busiest airport.
Terminals 1, 2, and the newer and more expansive Terminal 4 built in 2006 all swiftly process domestic and internationals passengers. Airlines are grouped by the terminal, so passengers should check their travel documents to see which terminal their airline departs from. For instance, Air Canada and Delta Air Lines use Terminal 1, Air France and Brussels Airlines use Terminal 2, and American Airlines and British Airways use Terminal 4. Security checkpoints across all three terminals are equipped with information screens that give passengers the estimated time the security process takes.
Terminal Information at Toronto Airports
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Travellers will leave one busy airport and arrive at another very busy airport, as Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada's largest and busiest airport. Making their way through the airport is a pleasure for passengers with friendly border officials on hand and the free use of baggage carts.
For those needing a car during their stay, Avis, Budget, Dollar/Thrifty, Enterprise, Hertz, and National/Alamo are all on-site. Alternatively, Toronto's public transportation system is well-structured and getting to accommodations and around the city is easy.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Getting through the airport procedures and out the doors is a lot more convenient and faster at this smaller airport located on Toronto Island. It's also the closest airport to downtown Toronto with easy access to the mainland by public streetcars, taxi, and even by bicycle or a short six-minute walk through the pedestrian tunnel — provided your luggage is minimal.
What You Need to Know
Visitors from Spain do not need a visa to travel to Canada. However, they do require a valid passport and an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). One can easily apply for the latter online and it takes only minutes to approve.
For international flights, it is recommended to arrive three hours before departure. Make sure to keep an eye on the information screens for updates on gate information because Madrid-Barajas Airport does not make announcements about boarding gates or changes made to existing gates.
What to Expect in Toronto
Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the world, making it a fascinating city to explore. One way to do this is through food. The city's multicultural profile means there's a mind-blowing array of delicious cuisines, and going on food tours has become a popular way for tourists to sample them. Add to the fact that restaurant prices in Toronto are only around 9 percent higher than Madrid. A three-course meal for two at a midrange restaurant averages CA$70 (€48) versus CA$65 (€45) in Madrid.
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