Cheap Flights from Tel Aviv to Toronto
Flight information Tel Aviv to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 9323 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Direct Tel Aviv to Toronto flights are limited, but it's possible to find some with Skyscanner on Air Canada and Israel's national airline EL AL, which average 10 to 12 hours in travel time. If travelling nonstop is not a priority, there are several other airlines to choose from. British Airlines, Lufthansa, KLM, Austrian Airlines, Air France, Alitalia, and Swiss Airlines all service this route with one or two layovers. There are even flights on LOT Polish Airlines and Royal Jordanian Airlines with layovers in Warsaw and Amman respectively.
Terminal Information for Ben Gurion International Airport
Ben Gurion Airport is among the top five airports in the Middle East due to its exceptional passenger experience and high level of security. While there may be concerns about the ongoing conflict in the Israel/Palestine region, this airport is considered one of the most secure in the world. Their strict security precautions have ensured that no departing plane has ever been hijacked.
This airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 is primarily for domestic flights, while Terminal 3 is the major one where most international flights depart from. A small shopping mall, known as Buy & Bye, is located in Terminal 3 and was designed to be a retail space for both travellers and the general public.
Ben Gurion International Airport is located along Highway 1, the main Jerusalem to Tel Aviv highway. It's accessible by car, bus, train, or taxi. There's also the option of a shared taxi van, known in Hebrew as a "sherut."
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
Flights from Tel Aviv to Toronto fly to the latter's main airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport. This is Canada's busiest airport and a major hub, handling the flow of more than 44 million passengers annually.
Most international flights arrive at the expansive Terminal 1, measuring 567,000 square metres and housing a large number of restaurants, shops, and services. This bustling terminal is a destination in itself, with world-class shops like Burberry, Bulgari, Gucci, and Coach.
Passengers taking flights to Toronto from Tel Aviv will find it easy to get accommodations. The Union Pearson Express is an express train that whisks through to downtown Toronto in 25 minutes. Alternatively, various taxis and public transport can take visitors to the downtown area, Mississauga, and Brampton. Prefer to travel in style? Limousines are also available.
What You Need to Know
Israeli citizens with a national Israeli passport only require an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) when travelling to Canada. Applying is easy via a simple online process and costs only CA$7. However, citizens holding an Israeli "Travel Document in Lieu of a National Passport" will need to apply for a visa.
What to Expect in Toronto
Weather in Toronto is decidedly different compared to Tel Aviv's hot humid summers and mild rainy winters. Winter in Canada is more extreme, so pack for possible subzero temperatures. On the plus side, Canada's summertime is moderate with little to no humidity, making for very comfortable weather that's perfect for being out sightseeing. In terms of spending, both Tel Aviv and Toronto are fairly expensive cities, so there shouldn't be too much of a price shock. Lastly, note that there is a six-hour time difference, with Toronto behind Tel Aviv.
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