Flights from New York to Toronto in 2019
Flight information New York to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 562 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island, Hamilton and others
New York to Toronto Flight Information
Toronto is the largest city in Canada. Toronto is located in the Province of Ontario and has a population of approximately 2.7 million. Toronto is a centre of business, finance, arts and culture, not all too different from New York City. The distance from New York to Toronto is approximately 790 km and the New York to Toronto flight time is around 1 hour 30 minutes. There are around 372 flights from New York to Toronto each week operated by a handful of different airlines. The best months to find cheap flights to New York from Toronto and vice versa are December and February when flights can cost as little as $205.
New York City to Toronto Airline Information
There are twelve airlines that operate direct flights from New York to Toronto, so you have multiple options to choose from. WestJet, Air Canada, British Airways, Air France, Delta and American Airlines fly from LaGuardia to Toronto's Pearson International airport. WestJet has many flights throughout the day. Nonstop flights from Newark Liberty International Airport are available on United Airlines, SAS and Air Canada. Delta, WestJet, Korean Air and American Airlines have flights from JFK International to Pearson International. Departing from Newark Liberty International Airport, Porter Airlines has flights throughout the day to Toronto's Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
New York and Toronto Airports Information
New York Airports InformationLaGuardia Airport
Air Canada and American Airlines flights from New York to Toronto depart from LaGuardia's Terminal B. Whilst WestJet and Delta Flights depart from terminal D. All LaGuardia terminals offer restaurants, shopping, and currency exchange locations. All terminals offer charging stations and power outlets as well as 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi. In addition, there are special nursing stations in Terminal B for mothers who would like some privacy.JFK International Airport
Delta New York to Toronto flights fly out of JFK Terminal 4, where travellers can dine at restaurants like Camden Foods or Uptown Brasserie. Swarovski and other fine retailers are great places to shop for last-minute gifts. There are charging stations at all the gates, as well. American's international flights depart from JFK Terminal 8, which offers a variety of retail stores and restaurants like Cascata or Abitino's Pizza.Newark Liberty International Airport
Porter Airlines offers continuous nonstop service to Toronto's Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport from Newark Terminal B. For the ever-connected traveller, Terminal B provides charging stations before and after security. Wi-Fi is free for 30 minutes; then there are hourly rates. Shopping and dining options are plentiful within the terminal.
Toronto Airports InformationToronto Pearson International Airport
Upon arrival at Toronto's Pearson International Airport, Air Canada and United flights land at Terminal 1. WestJet, Air Canada, Delta, and American/Envoy Air land at Terminal 3. After collecting your luggage, hop on the UP Express train at Terminal 1. It takes only 25 minutes to get to Toronto. There's free Wi-Fi, charging stations, and plenty of room for luggage on the trains.Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Alternative Transport from New York to Toronto
In addition to flying, there are also many other ways to travel from New York to Toronto and back, including driving, travelling by train and travelling by bus. The New York to Toronto drive time is approximately 8 hours. The Greyhound Toronto to New York bus route takes approximately 13 hours, departing from the Port Authority Bus Terminal and arriving at the Toronto Coach Terminal. Travelling from New York to Toronto by train takes approximately 12.5 hours leaving from Pennsylvania Station in New York City and arriving in Union Station, Toronto.
Travellers should arrive three hours before departure and have a valid passport to travel internationally on flights to Toronto from New York. There is no time difference from New York to Toronto. Weather patterns and temperatures in New York and Toronto are fairly similar except Toronto tends to be around 5 degrees (C) colder at any given time. As far as public transport goes the Toronto Transit Commission is fairly advanced with a strong network of buses, subway trains and streetcars to get around the city.
Things to do in Toronto
The Toronto Islands are a short ferry ride away and are a great destination in summer or winter. Summer brings amusement parks, hiking, and biking. Winter snows bring ice skating and cross-country skiing. Kensington Market is a fun shopping destination where the stores carry a variety of items from all over the world and the restaurants are plentiful. Hockey fans will love the Hockey Hall of Fame where general admission is CA$18 for adults and CA$12 for children.
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