Cheap Flights from Toronto to Lisbon
Flight information Toronto to Lisbon
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average flight time from Toronto to Lisbon, total distance 5769 kilometers
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Flights from Toronto to Lisbon are flown by SATA International-Azores Airlines, United, Air Canada, British Airways, Lufthansa, American Airlines, Air France, Delta, KLM, TAP Portugal, and Austrian Airlines. There are no direct routes for flights to Lisbon from Toronto.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
All Toronto to Lisbon flights depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport, which is Canada's busiest airport by passenger traffic. For international flights, it's recommended that passengers arrive at the airport at least three hours before departure. Peak airport hours, or the hours when the airport is busiest, are 7-9:30 a.m. and 3-8 p.m. every day. Toronto Pearson International Airport is extremely busy during the winter holiday season, March break, and summer. International passengers can enjoy shopping in the duty-free stores while they wait for their flights to Lisbon from Toronto. The duty-free stores carry wine, spirits, clothing, jewelry, perfume, cosmetics, and artisan-crafted local products. Stop by the duty-free store to pick something to keep or to give as a gift to others.
Terminal Information for Lisbon Airport
After arriving to Lisbon Airport, there are many options for travellers to get from the airport to the city center. Visitors can take the metro, train, shuttle, bus, or a taxi. A taxi from Lisbon Airport to downtown Lisbon will cost travellers 10 to 15 euros (about CA$14-21), which includes bag fees. Make sure that the taxi meter is running and explain that you will pay only what is displayed at the end of your trip. For passenger who would prefer to take the metro, it takes 20 minutes to reach the city center, and a single-fare ticket costs 1.40 euros (CA$2).
For passengers who want to be prepared and easily get around the airport, consider downloading the ANA Portuguese Airports app. The app is available for both Apple and Android phones. The app makes it easy for travellers to get real-time arrival and departure times, find baggage carousels, locate stores and restaurants in the airport, and learn about available airport discounts.
What You Need to Know
All passengers on flights from Toronto to Lisbon must be able to present valid, unexpired passports when entering Portugal. Lisbon is five hours ahead of Toronto, so travellers should be sure to reset their watches on the flight.
What to Expect in Lisbon
First-time visitors to Lisbon should be sure to hop on Tram 28 to get an overview of the city. Tram 28 takes travellers on a visitor-friendly tour of the most well-known and beautiful neighborhoods in Lisbon. A ride on the tram costs 2.85 euros (CA$4.07), so it's a great way to tour the city for a low price. For travellers looking for the perfect souvenir to bring home or gifts to give to friends, don't miss the Feira da Ladra flea market. Tram 28 stops at the flea market, so it's an easy destination to reach. If some of the group isn't interested in poking through the antiques and art, they'll love the ocean views.
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