Cheap Flights from St Lucia Hewanorra to Toronto in 2019
Flight information St Lucia Hewanorra to Toronto
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 3770 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Toronto Pearson International, Hamilton, Kitchener / Waterloo and Toronto Island
Only two airlines, Delta and American, have flights from St. Lucia to Toronto. Neither airline offers nonstop flights; both make one or two stops for this route.
Terminal Information for Hewanorra International Airport
Hewanorra International Airport is on the southern part of the island of St. Lucia. It offers taxi service to the airport from anywhere on the island. Airport shuttles pick up passengers from the most popular resorts on the island.
Taxi companies are available any time of the day for passengers to make reservations for transportation to the airport. If travelling with children, passengers should be sure to call to book their taxi in advance. This way, the taxi will arrive in time to get everything and everyone loaded and travellers can get to the airport on time.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto is home to four airports that offer passenger service: Toronto Pearson International Airport, Region of Waterloo International Airport, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, and John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport. Flights to Toronto from St. Lucia always fly into Toronto Pearson International Airport. Toronto Pearson International Airport is the largest airport in Canada and sees many passengers go through its gates on a daily basis. The airport has duty-free shopping for international passengers. Travellers can shop at Burberry, Coach, Longchamp, Omega, Swarovski, and Tumi, to name just a few stores. Plenty of options for food are available within the airport's terminals. Passengers will find sit-down dining, such as BUILT Custom Burgers, or grab-and-go places such as Booster Juice. Wi-Fi is available free throughout the airport. Passengers who aren't interested in shopping or dining can wander the terminal to see beautiful artwork while they wait for their flight. Toronto Pearson International Airport has a permanent collection of art, with pieces installed throughout the airport.
What You Need to Know
Travellers on St. Lucia to Toronto flights don't need to worry about resetting their watches, as there's no time difference between the two locations. Canadian citizens travelling internationally must show a valid, unexpired passport when leaving and entering the country.
What to Expect in Toronto
When in Toronto, there's no better place to visit than the Hockey Museum Hall of Fame and Museum. The museum is home to dozens of pieces of hockey paraphernalia, including the original Stanley Cup.
For those who aren't interested in hockey, a visit to Casa Loma, a massive castle overlooking Toronto, just might do the trick. The castle is open for tours every day, and inside visitors will see secret passageways, luxurious decor, and a wine cellar capable of storing 1,500 bottles. Be sure to take the underground tunnel that connects the house to the stables.
Located in Toronto's Old Town, the 17th century St. Lawrence Market has seen a lot of history. Today, the market is home to many vendors selling local wares, from cured meats to jewelry to sweet delicacies. The market is open Tuesday through Saturday, but Saturdays are the most fun, as visitors get to mingle more with locals.
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