Cheap Flights from Toronto to Houston
Flight information Toronto to Houston
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Average flight time, total distance 2048 kilometers
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Houston George Bush Intercntl. and Houston Hobby
When travellers fly from Toronto, Ontario to Houston, Texas, they have a lot of choices to make! Both cities host two international airports apiece. Although direct flights are only offered between Toronto Pearson and George Bush Intercontinental, provided by either Air Canada or United Express.
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Airports in Toronto, Ontario
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)
Toronto Pearson is Canada's biggest and busiest airport. It's also the facility you'll fly from if you want a non-stop trip to Houston. Situated 22.5 km north of Toronto, Pearson Airport is a bustling, massive two-terminal building. If you've chosen to fly with Air Canada or United Express, the plane departs from Terminal 1. As for amenities, Toronto Pearson has absolutely everything! Besides great dining options and boutiques, they also have a dinosaur exhibit from Royal Ontario Museum, 10-minute spas, and lots of art on display.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)
Sitting on Toronto Islands, Billy Bishop offers a handful of international flights, mostly on a seasonal basis. If you're looking to take a layover in Boston or Orlando, then flying with YTZ is a pretty good option. It's also less crowded and noisy than Toronto Pearson. You will, however, find its on-site amenities to be quite modest.
Airports in Houston, Texas
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
As Houston's main international airport, George Bush Intercontinental is an expansive, 5-terminal facility, located 37 km north of Downtown Houston. If you're taking a direct flight from Canada, your plane will be landing at Terminal A. George Bush Intercontinental is filled to the brim with public art, shopping options, airline lounges, and even massage chairs. There are also daily performances of classical music and soothing jazz.
William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)
Houston's William P. Hobby Airport is located 11 km from the city's downtown core. It's a medium-sized international airport, which serves as a primary hub for Southwest Airlines. Inside its Central Concourse, you'll find wonderful live music performances, an abundance of public art, and many boutiques. There's also a food court, outfitted with an eclectic assortment of quick-service restaurants.
Check-In: Toronto's Airports
Since Toronto to Houston is an international flight into the USA, passengers should arrive at the airport a minimum of 2 hours early. Most major airlines allow travellers to begin the check-in process online. However, you'll still need to load your baggage and pass through US customs. Make sure to bring your valid passport and additional government-issued photo ID.
Arriving in Houston, Texas
Houston's local time is one hour behind Toronto. Step outside the airport, and you'll soon be enjoying the city's warm, subtropical temperatures. Even in winter, you rarely need a coat! Although Houston does have a reliable bus service, many travellers prefer to rent a car for their holiday. Use Skyscanner to book a luxurious hotel in Texas.
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