Cheap Flights from Toronto to Regina
Flight information Toronto to Regina
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Average flight time, total distance 2025 kilometers
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Air Canada and WestJet offer both direct and one-stop Toronto to Regina flights. Air Canada also partners with regional carrier Bearskin Airlines on four- and five-stop flights.
Toronto Airports Information
Toronto Pearson International Airport
For flights from Toronto to Regina at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Air Canada passengers check in at Terminal 1 and WestJet passengers at Terminal 3. Getting to Toronto Pearson is easy by public transport or taxi. For short trips, there is also the option of parking one's car at the airport. The Value Park Lot is the most affordable of the parking options with a daily maximum of $20 and $95 for seven days.
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport
Hamilton International is a much easier airport to navigate for flights to Regina from Toronto. With just the one terminal, the process to get to the gate is a streamlined process. The airport is easily accessible from Highway 403, and parking has a daily maximum of $15 to $20.
Terminal Information for Regina International Airport
Regina International Airport has a quick five-minute drive to the downtown area, and most other locations in Regina are roughly 15 minutes away. For a taxi, visitors can find Capital Cabs waiting right outside the terminal doors. A shuttle express by Hobo Express Inc. offers a door-to-door service between Regina, Moose Jaw, and other Saskatchewan locations. Six car rental companies operate at the airport, and there's even a limousine service.
What You Need to Know
Check-in on WestJet flights can be done 24 hours prior to the flight either online or at an airport kiosk, or three hours ahead of time with an agent at Guest Assistance. The cut-off time for domestic check-in is 45 minutes before departure. Checked baggage on economy flights costs between $25-29.50 for the first bag. Check-in on Air Canada is also available 24 hours ahead of time online or via a mobile device or 12 hours before departure at one of the self-service kiosks. The cut-off time for domestic check-in is also 45 minutes prior to departure, and checked baggage costs $28.25 for the first bag.
What to Expect in Regina
Regina is the capital of the Saskatchewan province, located in the centre of Canada. This means there is a two-hour time difference between the two cities. Regina's climate is described as continental with bitterly cold, windy, dry winters and warm summers. While there's no underestimating Toronto's chilly winter weather, which averages minus 3 degrees Celsius, Regina's wind chill factor easily drops temperatures to minus 20 degrees Celsius. Summers are moderate, with fairly similar temperatures to Toronto.
Expect flat prairie land in Regina with a different vibe than the big metropolis of Toronto. Interestingly, one would expect Regina to be a cheaper city than a thriving urban hub like Toronto. Yet, prices are similar and, in some cases, Regina actually comes in higher. For example, a meal for two at a mid-range restaurant is about 25 percent cheaper in Regina, but drinks like coffee, soda, and bottled water are almost 12 percent more expensive.
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