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Cheap Flights From San Jose to Toronto

Flight information San Jose to Toronto

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$389

Non-stop airlines

3

Flights per week

4

Average flight time, total distance 3753 kilometers

5h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Toronto Pearson International, Hamilton, Kitchener / Waterloo and Toronto Island

4 airports

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Airlines That Fly from San Jose to Toronto

When flying from San Jose to Toronto, you'll have two destination airports to choose from: Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) or Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Both airports receive connecting flights from San Jose to Toronto. Toronto Pearson International is the busier of the two airports and the most popular choice for passengers flying this route. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is the closest airport to downtown Toronto and a more convenient option for travellers staying in the city centre.

Currently, there are no direct flights from San Jose to Toronto; if you choose to fly this route, you'll need to connect in another city (usually Richmond, B.C. or Denver, Colorado). Popular airlines offering connecting flights from San Jose to Toronto include Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and WestJet. Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you monitor flight prices for these and other airlines. Simply enter your date of travel, and we'll notify you know when airfares are at their lowest.

San Jose Airport Terminal Information

Norman Y Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC) consists of two passenger terminals: Terminal A and Terminal B. Terminal A is the more modern terminal building of the two and likely to be the terminal you'll depart from. The Check-in and Departures areas are located on the second floor of Terminal A, where you'll also find a wide range of services and facilities for travellers. These amenities include ATMs, currency exchange desks, snack bars, restaurants, gift shops, children's entertainment areas, and DVD rental kiosks. Free WiFi is available throughout the airport, but there are no business or conference facilities. The nearby DoubleTree Hotel is known for its extensive business services, so you can head there to catch up on some work if you have a long wait before your flight.

Practical Advice for Flights from San Jose to Toronto

It is recommended that passengers on all airlines arrive for check-in at San Jose International Airport three hours before their scheduled flight departure. Most airlines flying to Toronto offer a web check-in option, which can be completed as early as 23 hours before your flight. Checking in online is a great way to avoid unnecessary delays at the airport, especially if you're running late. U.S. citizens do not need a visa to visit Toronto if staying for less than six months.

What to Expect in Toronto: Travel Tips

When driving in Toronto, keep in mind that maximum speed limits are posted in kilometers instead of miles. Toronto has strict distracted driving laws, so you'll also want to be sure you're using a hands-free option when on the road. U.S. currency is accepted at many retailers in Toronto, but you should have some Canadian currency on hand to avoid paying for purchases at par. Need a place to stay in the city? Try Skyscanner's hotel search to find comfortable, affordable accommodations in Toronto.

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