Cheap Flights from Toronto to Edmonton International
Flight information Toronto to Edmonton International
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Average flight time, total distance 2690 kilometers
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Whether business or pleasure lures you to Edmonton, the city’s historical and artistic points of interest, festivals, natural beauty and cultural diversity may make it hard to leave. Edmonton may have just under a million residents, but it’s still one of Canada’s most popular destination for over 7 million tourists annually. Since Edmonton and Toronto are on opposite ends of the country, the 33-hour drive can be quite a challenge. Fortunately, securing a quick, safe, and affordable flight is just a few clicks away with Skyscanner.
Arriving at Edmonton International
Passengers flying from Toronto to Edmonton land at Edmonton International Airport (YEG). Approximately 26 km outside of Edmonton’s downtown district, YEG is Canada’s largest airport by area size alone. Though not the busiest by far, it still handles the needs of over 8 million passengers annually. The single terminal hosts over 2 dozen airlines including WestJet, Air Canada, and North Canadian Air.
Free WIFI and a handful of lounges provide comfort for weary passengers or those dealing with a layover. A chapel, kids play stations, business and personal computer stations, and live entertainment options are noteworthy amenities. Multiple local hotels provide free shuttles to and from YEG for registered guests. Buses and Skyshuttle services are alternative options. Taxis can be hailed right outside the terminal and ridden into the city centre for approximately CA$55. And car rental agencies are on the ground level of the Parkade.
Things to Do in Edmonton
Edmonton’s a whirlwind of natural and cultural excitement. With a total of 460 parks, Edmonton has the largest parkland expanse in North America. River Valley Parks cover over 160 km worth across 20 of the city’s most popular parks. Many of the local parks host any number of Edmonton’s 83+ annual festivals, such as Animethon, Cariwest, Edmonton International Jazz Festival, Pride, and K-Days. And for those who prefer more intimate culture, Edmonton has 15 museums and galleries to explore.
Looking for some thrills and chills? Head over to Elk Island National Park to interact with local wildlife. Get your shopping fix at Edmonton Mall and let the kids spend all their pent up energy at Galaxyland or World Waterpark, an actual amusement park and giant wave pool inside the mall itself. Love horticulture, botany, or just love to garden? Explore Muttart Conservatory. And be sure to check out Fort Edmonton Park to get an immersive education on early settler living. Of course, if you want to dance or party the night away, Edmonton offers plenty of music, theatre, and nightlife venues and options for the pickiest night owls.
Toronto to Edmonton Travel Tips
No special travel documents outside of picture identification are required for domestic Canadian travel. Edmonton is two hours behind Toronto’s time, however, so consider that in your planning. Both Toronto and Edmonton have relatively mild temperatures, but winters tend to be far less evasive in Alberta. Always check with your Skyscanner app to ensure the best conditions for your Edmonton excursion.
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