Cheap Flights from New York to Toronto Pearson International
Flight information New York to Toronto Pearson International
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Toronto Pearson International
Cheap flights from New York to Toronto Pearson International
New York City is served by three major international airports, John F. Kennedy, Newark, and LaGuardia, all of which offer direct flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Altogether, there are over 300 flights from New York to Toronto Pearson every week and the route is served by five airlines: Air Canada, American Eagle, Delta, United, and WestJet. This is an extremely popular route and seat sales are common. By signing up for Price Alerts you can grab a seat on a New York to Toronto flight as soon as they go on sale.
Inside: New York City Airports
The New York airport you choose to help you get to Toronto will depend on which airline you fly with. JFK serves American Eagle and Delta, LaGuardia serves American Eagle, Air Canada, and WestJet, while Newark serves Air Canada and United. Unfortunately, none of New York's airports have a great reputation for providing award-winning customer service, with LaGuardia in particular being rather infamous for its dated facilities. However, you will at least find plenty of food and shopping options at each airport and all are easily accessible either by public transit or car.
Check-In: New York City Airports
As you can see above, Air Canada and American Eagle both fly to Toronto from two separate New York City airports, so make sure you know which airport you are flying out of before you leave. Furthermore, if you are flying out of JFK with Delta be aware that the airline uses two different terminals at the airport, so, again, make sure you know where to go before heading out. As with all international flights, you should get to the airport at least three hours before your scheduled departure and have your passport on hand. All three airports can get extremely busy during peak travel times and delays at security and customs should be expected.
What to Expect When Landing in Toronto
Air Canada and United typically land at Terminal 1 in Toronto, which is the newest terminal and the easiest to navigate. All other airlines flying in from New York use Terminal 3, which is linked to Terminal 1 by a free train service. Terminal 1 is where you can also catch the UP Express train to downtown Toronto, while Greyhound, GO Transit, and the TTC offer bus service to Toronto, its suburbs, and to destinations throughout southern Ontario. You can also rent a car with any of the rental agencies located on Level 1 of the parking garages.
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