Cheap Flights from Chicago Midway to Toronto Pearson International
Flight information Chicago Midway to Toronto Pearson International
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Average flight time, total distance 696 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Toronto Pearson International
Heading to Toronto for that much-needed vacation? Let Skyscanner help you find the cheapest airfare from Chicago Midway International (MDW) to Toronto Pearson International (YYZ). The innovative search engine helps you find the best route available, at the best price. Check out hotel and car rental rates at the same time. Booking your trip just can't get any easier.
Best Time to Book a Flight to Toronto Pearson International
The cheapest airfares from Chicago Midway to Toronto Pearson tend to be from August through December. The most popular months are February through July, thanks to the many winter ski resorts and summer festivals. Flying midweek, especially Tuesdays and Wednesdays, can save you money. Use the Skyscanner Whole Month Search to compare available rates for an entire month at once. Moving your vacation dates a day or two can often give you a cheaper fare. Book you tickets early, especially during the busy seasons.
Airlines That Fly to Toronto Pearson International
Delta is the go-to airline for flights from Chicago Midway to Toronto Pearson. Non-stops are not available on this route. Your best bet is to book flights with a one-stop connection each way. Skyscanner shows you the connection options when you do your initial flight search. Chicago Midway has one terminal with three concourses. Delta departs from Concourse A. The airport is about 13 kilometres from downtown Chicago, about a 30-minute drive, traffic permitting. Parking is expensive, running from $20.00 CAD per day in the Economy lot to $50.00 CAD per day in the Main Garage. A taxi ride will run you about $40.00 CAD from downtown Chicago. The CTA "L" Train Orange Line has a station right at Midway. Cost from downtown is about $5.00 CAD.
What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport
Toronto Pearson welcomes international flights to Terminal 3. Passengers arriving from Chicago clear customs at a special section for flights originating from the United States. You'll need a passport, but no Tourist Visa unless you're staying six months or more. A Terminal Link Train connects the terminals to the transportation centre and the rental car fleets in the parking garages. Taxis, shuttles and bus services are just outside baggage claim. The UP Express Train leaves from Terminal 1 to downtown Toronto every 15 minutes. Use the Terminal Link Train from Terminal 3 to 1. The 25-minute Express Train trip costs $9.00 CAD.
You'll find no shortage of ATMs throughout Toronto Pearson, about 40 in both pre- and post-security areas. Currency exchange counters are available. Boutique stores, Duty-Free shops, cafes and fast food outlets are scattered about the various terminals. Free Wi-Fi is available. Toronto Pearson has a number of onsite art collections, many featuring Canadian artists. Favourites include the mounted dinosaur bones and an oversized curving sculpture that you can explore from every angle.
What to See and Do in Toronto
The mounted dinosaur bones at Toronto Pearson are an introduction to the wonders at the Royal Ontario Museum. Gordo, the resident Barosaurus greets you as you enter the museum, gazing down at all the interesting humans wandering about. Are you the brave type? Head for the 553-metre CN Tower in the heart of downtown and take the Edgewalk Experience. It's a guided walk outside, near the top of the building. Catch a baseball game at Rogers Centre if the Blue Jays are in town. Or watch the Toronto Maple Leaf hockey team at a hometown match. If you're visiting during the warmer seasons, head for Casa Loma for a stroll through the English-style gardens. For exciting roller coaster thrills and water park spills visit Canada's Wonderland amusement park.
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