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Cheap Flights from Toronto to London Gatwick

Flight information Toronto to London Gatwick

cheapest roundtrip price from Toronto to London Gatwick last month

4

airlines fly non-stop from Toronto to London Gatwick

18

flights a week from Toronto to London Gatwick

6h 45min

average flight time from Toronto to London Gatwick, total distance 5770 kilometers

Air Transat

was the most popular airline flying from Toronto to London Gatwick last month

1 airport

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Flight Information

Travellers have multiple options for airlines for Toronto to London Gatwick flights, including connecting and nonstop flights. Air Transat and WestJet are the carriers that offer nonstop flights from Toronto to London Gatwick.

A wide range of layover locations and times is available on this route. WOW air and Icelandair offer flights with connections in Keflavík, Iceland. WestJet has flights that connect in Calgary. British Airways offers flights to London Gatwick from Toronto that connect in Dublin, Ireland. Aer Lingus flights also connect in Dublin. SATA International flights connect in Joao Paulo, Portugal, in the Azores Islands. American Airlines, Iberia, and Finnair flights connect through New York City's JFK airport.

Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport is the only airport in the Toronto area for international travel. Transportation to Pearson is available via taxi, bus, and train. The Union Pearson Express train runs between downtown Toronto's Union Station and the airport, with trains departing every 15 minutes. Pearson has two terminals, with international flights departing from Terminal 1. Pearson Airport has 48 restaurants located in Terminal 1, before and after security, with a variety of choices from cafes to higher-end dining.

Terminal Information for Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport is located about 47 km south of Central London. It is London's second-busiest airport after Heathrow. Gatwick has two terminals: the North Terminal and the South Terminal. International arrivals come in from the North Terminal. Travellers should allow at least 30-40 minutes to get through passport control, baggage claim, and customs. Gatwick has 26 restaurants for travellers to enjoy after the long flight from Toronto, including places to find a quick bite to eat as well as fine dining establishments.

What You Need to Know

Travellers should arrive at least three hours before departure time. Travellers can check the wait times at security ahead of time by going to the Pearson airport website. During holidays and other peak times, wait times can be extra long. Canadian passport holders do not need a visa for visiting the U.K. while on holiday. When travelling internationally, it is best to carry a photo ID such as a driver's license along with a valid passport.

What to Expect in London

When arriving in London, travellers must be sure to set their watches ahead by four hours.

To get into the city proper, it takes 30 minutes to get from Gatwick to Central London by train. The train is the most popular means of getting to Central London because it's much faster and less expensive than a taxi. A taxi ride from the airport to Central London will cost approximately CA$38 per person (based on four travellers) and can take 60 to 90 minutes or more, depending on traffic conditions.

While in London, be sure to check out some of the city's world-class landmarks, museums, and historical sites, including the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, the British Museum, Westminster Abbey, and the National Gallery — just to name a few. 

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