Cheap Flights from Moncton to Toronto Pearson International
Flight information Moncton to Toronto Pearson International
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average flight time from Moncton to Toronto Pearson International, total distance 1208 kilometers
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Cheap flights from Moncton to Toronto Pearson International
Flying from Moncton to Toronto Pearson International is easy with both Air Canada and WestJet offering direct service. This is one of the most popular routes operating out of Moncton with 58 flights to Toronto scheduled each week. The trip takes a little over two hours and is often used by those in New Brunswick and throughout Atlantic Canada who need to connect through Toronto to get to destinations throughout Canada and further afield. Skyscanner's Price Alerts can help you keep track of the lowest airfare when you're looking to fly between Moncton and Toronto.
Inside: Moncton International Airport
Moncton International Airport is a small airport serving the city of Moncton in New Brunswick. There is one terminal with two Tim Horton's (one before and one after security), a bistro cafe serving coffee, sandwiches, soups, and salads, and a lounge area serving alcoholic beverages. There is also a duty-free shop that is open from January to May when many people use the airport for flights to the Caribbean and the southern U.S. Conveniently, unlike at many other international airports, the long-term parking area is located within walking distance of the terminal.
Check-In: Moncton International Airport
You should arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes before your departure time. While Moncton International is small, flights to Toronto are especially popular and delays can happen during check-in or security clearance. Because this is a domestic route you won't need your passport, but you will need to present some form of government-issued photo identification in order to board your flight. There are only four gates at the airport, all of which are located close to one another, so finding yours should not be difficult.
What to Expect When Landing in Toronto
In contrast to Moncton International, Toronto Pearson International is a huge and extremely busy airport. If you are catching another flight at the airport check with your airline to see if you have to pick up your luggage in Toronto and check it back in. If you need to stay in Toronto overnight or longer there are plenty of hotels in the vicinity of the airport. To get to downtown you can take the UP Express train from Terminal 1, which will get you to Union Station in 25 minutes. Taxis, buses, and limousines are also available. Another convenient option is to rent a car from one of the rental agencies located on the first floor of the parking garages next to Terminals 1 and 3.
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