Cheap Flights from Toronto to London
Flight information Toronto to London
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average flight time from Toronto to London, total distance 5762 kilometers
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted and London Luton
Airlines That Fly From Toronto to London
If you’re flying from Toronto Pearson International Airport to London, you’ll arrive in England’s capital at one of 6 international airports: London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Southend, or London Stansted. London Heathrow is the most popular airport in London, as it sees the most traffic and some of the cheapest flights from Toronto to London will deliver you into this airport. London City Airport is the closest airport to the centre of London, which can make it a more convenient option than other airports.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport also offers flights from Toronto to London, but if you choose to fly out of this airport, you’ll need to make a stopover in another city – usually Montreal or Boston. Direct flights from Toronto to London are available every day from Toronto Pearson Airport. There are 6 airlines providing direct flights from Toronto to London, WestJet Airlines and Air Transat flying into London Gatwick and Air Canada and British Airways flying into London Heathrow. For all direct flights, to any London airport, you should expect flying time to be close to 7 hours.
Toronto Pearson International Airport Terminal information
Air Canada and Jet Airways leave from Terminal 1 at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Terminal 1 is the largest terminal in the airport, and it’s filled with brand-name stores and several relaxation spaces that allow you to rest up before a long journey. If you get hungry while in Terminal 1, you can enjoy a variety of food options from excellent sit-down eateries to quick to-go spots. Also, there are some outstanding bars in Terminal 1 that let you relax with a cocktail. Terminal 1 offers great opportunities to do some shopping while waiting for a flight; so consider checking out some of the high-end stores that include Burberry and Swarovski.
Terminal 3 houses the boarding areas for Air Transat, WestJet Airlines, Emirates Airline, and British Airways. This terminal is packed with great gift shops, cafes, restaurants, and upscale stores, just like Terminal 1. It features Smoke’s Burritorie, which is a fantastic place to grab a quick bite to eat. And, like Terminal 1, it offers free Wi-Fi and places to unwind before a flight.
Practical Information for Flights From Toronto to London
All airlines flying out of Toronto Pearson International Airport recommend that you arrive for your flight at least 3 hours prior to your scheduled departure. It’s best to note that Toronto Pearson Airport has peak traffic times, which are between 7 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. and between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Knowing when it will be most crowded at the airport can help you plan for finding parking, checking bags, and standing in security lines. If you want to speed up the process at Toronto Pearson International Airport, you can check in for your flight online, no matter which air carrier you’re flying with.
Canadians visiting the United Kingdom for tourism, which includes visiting friends or family, don't need to have a visa for stays up to 6 months, but a valid Canadian passport is required. If you’re a Canadian citizen and are planning to study or work in the U.K., however, you need to apply for the appropriate student visa or work permit.
What to Expect in London
Travellers visiting London for the first time often get confused when it comes to finding ways around town and navigating the city’s extensive tube (subway) network, which some say is more complicated than Toronto’s subway system. Downloading a mobile app that provides metro transit information is a good idea for people learning the system. In London, you’ll experience weather that’s much less extreme than weather in Toronto, especially during winter. Wintertime in London typically offers days that stay above 0°, which means it’s relatively easy to spend time outside shopping or sightseeing. On a final note, keep in mind that London is 5 hours ahead of Toronto, so calling friends and family back in Canada requires paying attention to the time zone difference and you may experience a bit of jet lag while travelling.
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