Cheap Flights from Munich to Toronto
Flight information Munich to Toronto
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airlines fly non-stop from Munich to Toronto
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average flight time from Munich to Toronto, total distance 6674 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Travellers have a range of options, as many airlines have flights from Munich to Toronto, including nonstop options as well as flights with connections. Air Canada and Lufthansa have nonstop flights, while Air Canada also has Munich to Toronto flights with connections in Montreal, Chicago, or Frankfurt. Lufthansa offers flights with connections in Frankfurt, Vienna, or Montreal. In addition, Brussels Airlines has flights to Toronto from Munich with connections in Brussels. Even more options include United flights with connections in Newark or Chicago, and Air France has flights that connect in Paris. Alitalia flights connect in Rome, British Airways flights connect at London Heathrow, and Delta's flights connect in Paris.
Terminal Information for Munich Airport
Munich Airport is located about 28 km from the city of Munich. Munich Airport, also named Franz Josef Strauss Airport after a former prime minister, has two terminals. The airport can be reached from the city centre by bus or train. The train line is called the S-Bahn, and the S1 and S8 trains run between the city centre and Munich Airport, with a trip time of about 45 minutes. Trains depart every 10 minutes between the hours of 4 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. The fare is about CA$13. A taxi ride will cost about CA$85-$95. Munich Airport has 65 restaurants covering a range of international cuisines, with dining options from fast food to upscale. The airport features a beer garden with Bavarian food specialties to go with the beer. For shopping options, travellers will find 150 stores for last-minute souvenirs and travel necessities.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. International flights will arrive at Terminal 1. Getting through passport control, baggage claim, and customs takes 30 to 60 minutes on average. A currency exchange facility is outside the security area in Terminal 1. Pearson International has 83 restaurants and cafes, with options ranging from quick bites and sandwiches to fine dining.
What You Need to Know
For travel to Canada, passengers should arrive at Munich Airport two to three hours ahead of the scheduled departure time. Security wait times can vary, so when travelling during peak times such as holidays, it's best to allow for extra wait time. Travellers should always carry a valid passport, which is mandatory for international travel, as well as an additional government-issued ID such as a driver's license.
What to Expect in Toronto
Upon their arrival in Toronto, travellers will need to set their watches back by six hours. The city centre is easy to get to via train. The Union Pearson (UP) Express runs between the airport and downtown, with trains departing every 15 minutes between the hours of 5:30 a.m. and 1 a.m. The UP train costs CA$12 and takes about 25 minutes. A taxi will cost about CA$60 to get downtown, and the trip takes about 30 minutes or more, depending on traffic conditions. Munich and Toronto both have climates classified as humid continental, with similar temperatures year-round.
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