Cheap Flights from Toronto to New York
Flight information Toronto to New York
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average flight time from Toronto to New York, total distance 562 kilometers
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Ninety minutes is all you need to get from Toronto to one of the most vibrant cities in the world. With about twenty cheap flights from Toronto to New York daily, you can grab a quick weekend vacation or even go on a round-trip for business on the same day.
Getting to Toronto Pearson International Airport is a breeze. Buses run night and day from all points in the city and its outlying suburbs, while taxis and limousines offer comfort and speed. Even if you live well outside the greater Toronto area, shuttle vans will deliver you to the airport from cities as far out as Hamilton. Meanwhile, anyone near a subway line can hop on the Union Pearson Express. Catch it at the Bloor Station, Weston Station, or Union Station, and stroll into the airport within thirty minutes.
These transportation options fit every budget. Tickets for the Union Pearson Express cost $12 per adult or $25 for a family; however, expect to pay much more for the comfort and convenience of a taxi. Van shuttles make a nice compromise, costing less than $100 per ride. The airport’s website keeps an up-to-date taxi and limo fare schedule here, while you can browse van services on this page. There is long-term parking available at the airport as well. If you arrive by express train or drive your own vehicle, you might need to get on the terminal link train to get to your terminal.
New York handles an overwhelming number of travellers every day. Fortunately, it has three major airports located within easy reach of Manhattan and Brooklyn. If you go for the cheapest ticket you can get your hands on, you will most likely arrive in Newark Liberty International Airport. As many as three flights per hour head to the airport, many on budget carriers, so anyone looking for a quick, cheap getaway will most likely choose this destination. The actual airport is cramped, outdated, and not well-loved by travelers. However, you can easily get to Penn Station via a very inexpensive shuttle bus. Train service is available too, but you need to transfer at Newark Station.
LaGuardia Airport also handles a large volume of flights from Toronto – thirteen or more every day. As the closest airport to Manhattan, you will find ground transportation to be relatively easy and cheap. City buses connect directly to the subway, and taxis can cost as low as $35 from the airport to Grand Central Station. LaGuardia is also a rather small airport and is undergoing major renovations to increase its capacity. Until renovations are complete in 2021, travelers may run into extra hassles associated with the construction.
John F. Kennedy International Airport stands out as the modern, convenient transit hub you would expect from a world class city. Unfortunately, it also gets the least traffic, at least from Toronto. It is also a bit further out than LaGuardia, so you will pay about $15 more for a taxi into town (taxis charge a flat rate of $52). If you want to increase your odds of a smooth travel experience, however, you may choose to fly here. In that case, you will want to check flights from Delta Air Lines, which runs multiple flights per day.
With so many daily flights between Toronto and New York, you could be forgiven for feeling a little spoiled. After all, not many people have such easy access to two great cities at once.
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