Cheap Flights from Tokyo Narita to Toronto Pearson International in 2019
Flight information Tokyo Narita to Toronto Pearson International
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Average flight time, total distance 10310 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International
Most flights to Toronto Pearson International from Tokyo Narita require at least one or two layovers in other major international airport hubs. Flights may stop in Seoul Incheon International, Detroit Metropolitan–Wayne County, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Portland International, Dallas-Fort Worth International, and Los Angeles International, to name a few. Air Canada, Delta, and United Airlines are some of the most popular companies that typically fly this international route, though carriers vary. Before booking flights from Tokyo Narita to Toronto Pearson International, travellers should do a simple search on Skyscanner for the most affordable offers and best routes.
Terminal Information for Tokyo Narita Airport
Tokyo Narita Airport was designed to offer the most efficient and convenient travel experience. The airport itself is accessible by most forms of transportation and offers a free shuttle bus that makes pick-ups and drop-offs at all three terminals. If travelling light, passengers can opt to walk between Terminals 2 and 3, which takes approximately 15 minutes. Narita Airport offers free tours of the facility that sometimes bring visitors to Immigration, control towers, maintenance areas, and more. Travellers taking this long-haul international flight from Tokyo Narita to Toronto Pearson should plan to arrive at the airport at least three hours before their scheduled departure time.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
A 24-hour Airport Express coach service runs daily between Toronto Pearson International and several downtown hotels located on the Arrivals level in both terminals. Wi-Fi access is free throughout the airport, so passengers on Tokyo Narita to Toronto Pearson International flights can catch up on last-minute details before the in-flight experience. If travel times allow, travellers can catch one of the changing art exhibitions, including some prized pieces from the Transport Canada Collection, in Terminal 1.
What You Need to Know
Toronto International is recognised as Canada's busiest airport. It has only two active terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. A passport is required for identification and border control in both Tokyo Narita and Toronto Pearson airports. Passengers should have passports readily accessible at both airports to speed up the check-in process.
What to Expect in Toronto
In Toronto, Canada's largest city, parking is limited. Travellers are encouraged to use the public transit system when getting around. Weekday rush hours (from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.) can also extend travel times when travelling from Pearson International to the downtown area. Note that freezing temperatures and snow can create delays for travel during the months of November through March.
Travellers may wish to visit the most prominent and well-known landmark in Toronto, the CN Tower. It's regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World as the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere and the third-tallest tower in the world. Its EdgeWalk attraction gives visitors a hands-free experience while walking around the ledge of the building. If there's time for a day trip, visitors might opt to see Niagara Falls, located southwest of Toronto and a short drive away (less than two hours without traffic).
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