Cheap Flights from Toronto to Orlando
Flight information Toronto to Orlando
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Average flight time, total distance 1661 kilometers
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Orlando International and Orlando Sanford
Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB) are the 2 main airports serving the Orlando area. It’s possible to fly into either of these airports when you travel with a major air carrier, but the majority of flights from Toronto head into Orlando International and the cheap flights from Toronto to Orlando bring passengers into MCO. If you’re travelling from Toronto to Orlando, keep in mind that there aren’t any direct flights.
Airlines That Fly From Toronto to Orlando International Airport
Air Canada (operated by Air Canada Rouge), WestJet Airlines, Sunwing Airlines, Delta Air Lines (operated by WestJet), and Air Transat offer direct, non-stop flights from Toronto to Orlando. These flights depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and arrive in Orlando International Airport. The typical in-air time for a direct Toronto Pearson-Orlando International flight is 2.5 hours. Several air carriers, and combination of carriers, can get you from Toronto Pearson Airport to Orlando International with stop in 1 or 2 cities – and these flights are often some of the most inexpensive you’ll find.
If you want to travel to Orlando International Airport from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), also known as Toronto Island Airport, there are regular flights scheduled that use a tandem effort of Porter Airlines and JetBlue Airways. These flights require a stop in 1 or more United States cities, which may include Washington, New York, or Boston. It’s also possible to fly from Billy Bishop City Airport to Orlando International Airport with Air Canada (partially operated by Air Canada Rouge), if you make a stop in Montreal.
Flying From Toronto to Orlando Sanford Airport
There are limited flights between Toronto and Orlando Sanford Airport. The flights that do run require you to change planes at least once, as there are no direct, non-stop flights for this route. Tickets from Toronto to Orlando Sanford Airport are usually available on a self-transfer basis, which means you’ll need to collect any checked baggage from your first flight and then check in again for the second leg of your journey.
If there are any flight delays on the first part of your journey, your second flight into Orlando Sanford Airport may not be guaranteed. Should you want to take a chance on a ticket to Orlando like this, you can look for flight combinations that pair Air Canada and Allegiant Air.
Things to do in Orlando
Walt Disney World Resort is one of the most popular attractions in Orlando and it draws huge crowds year round. This theme park resort is a collection of attractions that includes Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as well as 2 water parks: Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon.
Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando are also huge hits among tourists, and Gatorland, Discovery Cove, Ripley's Believe It or Not!, Aquatica, and Holy Land are fun places for travellers to visit. There are many museums and gardens in Orlando, and there are festivals and activities that take place throughout the year that you might enjoy.
Many tourists consider January through April to be the best time to visit Orlando, partly because of the comfortably warm weather. But, because this time of year is popular, it can be extremely busy, especially when schools are on summer break.
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