Cheap Flights from Sudbury to Toronto Pearson International
Flight information Sudbury to Toronto Pearson International
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Average flight time, total distance 339 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International
Flying out of Sudbury
Sudbury Airport is located 12 miles outside of Sudbury and handles ten flights per day with no more than 15 passengers. Airlines that fly from Sudbury to Toronto Pearson International are WestJet Encore, Porter Airlines, Bearskin Airlines, and Air Canada Jazz. There are ten flights per day with a flying time of approximately one hour. To stay informed of special offers, be sure to subscribe to Skyscanner’s Price Alert. Passengers should be at the airport at least one hour before the scheduled take-off.
Toronto Pearson International
Toronto Pearson International is the largest and busiest airport in Canada. The airport is located in the suburb of Mississauga, 18 miles outside of the Toronto.
Passengers arriving at the airport are guided by way of ceiling signs to the luggage claim and arrival hall. Along the way there are several restaurants that cater to the hungry, any number of coffee shops and juice bars serving the thirsty and a variety of shops where anything and everything can be found.
For your cash needs, there are banks and ATMs.
Taxis and limousines can be found waiting outside the arrivals hall or you can take the UP express train to take you downtown Toronto. If you prefer a bus, there’s the Greyhound, MiWay, GO transit, or a TTC bus. Alternatively, you can arrange private transportation through Skyscanner’s car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Toronto
Toronto weather is much the same as that in Sudbury. The winters are cold and snowy, the spring and fall are mild with occasional rain, and the summers are pleasantly warm.
When visiting the city, it is recommended to make a hotel reservation with time to spare.
Attractions in Toronto
While staying in Toronto, take the opportunity to get better acquainted with the city. If you’re like most tourists, you’ll want to see the CN-Tower.
If you’re an art lover, you’re in luck, Toronto has 84 museums. If you prefer the fresh air you can walk for hours in no less than 100 parks and gardens, to most notably Edward Gardens which is a favorite among wedding parties. You can also visit any of the 189 sights and landmarks or take a look at the Ripley’s Aquarium.
If you like to shop, be sure to follow the underground P.A.T.H., an air-conditioned 18 miles long walkway consisting of 1,200 shops and services.
If your time in Toronto is limited and you’d like to see as much as possible, the best thing to do is to join a guided tour bus. Should you prefer to sightsee on our own, it’s recommended to buy a TTC day or week pass. With this pass, you can board the subway, a tram or a bus and go wherever you please.
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