Cheap Flights from Tokyo to Toronto
Flight information Tokyo to Toronto
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airlines fly non-stop from Tokyo to Toronto
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average flight time from Tokyo to Toronto, total distance 10343 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Hamilton, Kitchener / Waterloo and Toronto Island
Air Canada and All Nippon Airways offer nonstop flights from Tokyo to Toronto on most days of the week. Travellers can also find flights with layovers through Delta, American Airlines, United, China Southern Airlines, Japan Airlines, Air France, and many other companies. Many stops are in Detroit, Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Minneapolis, New York, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Hong Kong, Vancouver, Seoul, Mexico City. Use Skyscanner to find the cheapest, most convenient flights to Toronto from Tokyo for your next holiday or business trip.
Tokyo Airports Information
Narita International Airpor
Narita International Airport is about 60 km east of Tokyo near Narita, and it handles about half of the international passenger traffic in Japan. The South Wing of Terminal 1 has one of the largest duty-free malls in Japan, and Terminal 2 has another big duty-free shopping centre. Terminal 3 is for low-cost carriers, and it has a 24-hour food court and an Islamic prayer room. The Airport Rest House is an on-site hotel next to Terminal 1, and there's an inexpensive capsule hotel next to Terminal 2.
Tokyo International Airport, also called Haneda Airport, handles most domestic flights to and from Tokyo, along with some Tokyo to Toronto flights and other international routes. The Tokyo Monorail provides easy transportation to the airport, and the International Terminal offers a wide range of shops and restaurants, along with convenient services like wheelchair rentals, cell phone rentals, a medical centre, and an apothecary.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport is the busiest airport in Canada. The LINK Train offers free transportation between Terminal 1, Terminal 3, the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, and the Economy Lot. The entire airport offers free wireless internet service along with a wide variety of restaurants, bars, lounges, and duty-free shopping options. The dinosaur skeletons and changing art installations in Terminal 1 will please both kids and adults. Automated Border Clearance kiosks make passing through security easy for Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
What You Need to Know
People should arrive at the airport at least two hours before their flight to allow time for security to check their passport and make sure it will be valid during the trip. Toronto time is 13 hours behind Tokyo time, so flyers will most likely experience some jet lag. Travellers can take a free shuttle from the Toronto Airport to a nearby hotel. Buses, taxis, and rental cars from Enterprise, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, Avis, National, or Thrifty are available as well.
What to Expect in Toronto
Toronto has a warm summer, but winters are cold with lots of snow. Tokyo is warmer and rainier, and it only snows in winter at high elevations. Keep in mind that costs do vary between Tokyo and Toronto. A typical meal in Toronto is CA$15, in comparison to CA$12 in Tokyo. A taxi in Toronto is about CA$30, which is about half the cost of one in Tokyo. Toronto is also a great place to shop, with lots of high-end fashion stores like Peace Collective and The Imperative.
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