Cheap Flights from Toronto to Hong Kong International
Flight information Toronto to Hong Kong International
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Hong Kong International
Hong Kong is exotic and mysterious, yet comes off familiar to many Western visitors due to its large English-speaking population and a hyper-modern cityscape. For travelers who want a fresh, interesting destination without sacrificing ease and comfort, this city remains one of the world’s best. Even better, Canadians can travel here visa-free for up to 90 days, while choosing from a variety of direct, cheap flights from Toronto to Hong Kong every day.
There are many transportation options to Toronto Pearson International Airport. The Union Pearson Express train runs from downtown Toronto’s Union Station to the airport, with stops along the way at Bloor Station (with connections to the Bloor-Danforth line) and Weston Station (with connections to the Yonge-University line). Tickets go for $12 per adult or $25 for a family.
If you aren’t coming in from anywhere near the subway line, buses to the city and the outlying suburbs are abundant, while a plethora of taxi and limousine companies offer fast, comfortable service. Private carss don’t come cheap, however. The lowest fares, for locations within a few minute’s ride, begin at $19 fora cab ride or $21 for a limo, while the outer reaches of the city surpass $70. For long-distance arrivals, a better option might be a van service. Multiple companies will pick you up at your front door and get you to the airport a reasonable price; for example, a ride from Hamilton currently costs $90 per person. Budgeting for transportation is straightforward. The airport’s website keeps an up-to-date taxi and limo fare schedule here, while you can browse van services on this page.
Passenger flights from Toronto Pearson Airport depart from Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. If you have booked one of Cathay Pacific’s daily nonstop flights to Hong Kong, you will catch your plane at Terminal 3. Air Canada also flies direct to Hong Kong every day, but leaves from Terminal 1. If your trip contains a layover, be sure to check your trip details or the online destination guide for information on your terminal.
Hong Kong International Airport is well organized and quite easy to figure out, even for first-time visitors. Most overseas flights arrive in Terminal 1, which funnels everyone through a single, efficient customs and immigration checkpoint. From there, directions to ground transportation are well-marked. Most travelers opt for the Airport Express, a modern, comfortable train that shuttles passengers directly to the central business districts of the city. At HK$100 for a trip to Hong Kong Island, Airport Express works out to a fraction of the cost of a taxi, which runs HK$285 to Causeway Bay. Buses are the cheapest option, and may be more convenient if you know the city well. If you plan to head to mainland China, buses leave from the Coach Station of Terminal 2. Hong Kong International Airport maintains a comprehensive website with up-to-date information on flights, airport maps, and transportation.
Hong Kong’s innovative culture charms and energizes everyone who visits, so it should come as no surprise that the city and its airport are among the easiest places for international travelers to navigate. For those who want excitement and refinement in equal parts, it remains one of the premier destinations in the world.
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