Cheap Flights from Toronto to Calgary
Flight information Toronto to Calgary
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average flight time from Toronto to Calgary, total distance 2688 kilometers
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Airlines with Direct Flights from Toronto to Calgary
More than 140 flights per week connect Toronto and Calgary. The direct flight time between the two cities is around four hours.
Air Canada and WestJet Airlines have frequent direct flights from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Calgary International Airport (YYC), with flight departing at various times throughout the day.
Flying from the wider area, WestJet offers direct flights from John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM), also known as Hamilton International, to Calgary, as well as from Kitchener / Waterloo Airport (YKF). WestJet’s headquarter is in Calgary.
Other Flight Options for Travelling Between Toronto and Calgary
While you can usually find cheap direct flights from Toronto Pearson to Calgary, you can also compare routes with one or two stopovers between the two airports to save more.
If you wish to fly from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), also known as Toronto Island Airport, you will need to change flights during your journey. Do be aware too that the flight combinations are usually available on a self-transfer basis, meaning that you will need to collect any checked baggage and check in again for your second flight. It is important that you allow enough time between flights, and factor in time for any delays, as you might miss your connecting flight.
Information About Toronto Pearson Airport
Toronto Pearson has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Both terminals serve domestic and international flights, with the groupings based on airlines and alliances as opposed to destinations.
Air Canada flights depart from Terminal 1 and WestJet flights depart from Terminal 3. You will need to check which terminal you fly from if you book with another carrier. The free Link Train connects the two terminals, with round-the-clock services every 4-8 minutes.
The large airport has good passenger facilities and services, including an assortment of shops and eateries, a pay-to-access Plaza Premium Lounge, a free Wi-Fi internet access, and ATMs.
Landing in Calgary
Don’t forget to adjust your watch; the local time in Calgary is two hours behind Toronto.
Calgary Airport is around 17 kilometres away from downtown Calgary. Route 300 of Calgary Transit’s bus network connects the airport to the city centre, and public buses also run from the airport to other nearby towns. Metered taxis are available 24 hours a day, and the fare from the airport to downtown is around $40-45. Renting a car is a popular way for many visitors to explore the best of Calgary.
What to Expect in Calgary
Calgary is home to a great assortment of attractions that appeal to a wide spectrum of tastes and interests. Top attractions in Calgary include the Calgary Tower, the large and lively Chinatown, Calgary Zoo, Fort Calgary Historic Park, Canada Olympic Park, Battalion Park, and Glenbow, a large museum dedicated to showcasing local culture, arts, and artefacts.
A major gateway to the Rocky Mountains, Calgary is also known for the annual Calgary Stampede. Held every July and lasting for ten days, the energetic rodeo and festival includes parades, competitions, demonstrations, concerts, and more.
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