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Cheap Flights from Vancouver International to Toronto Pearson International in 2019

Flight information Vancouver International to Toronto Pearson International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$315

Non-stop airlines

6

Flights per week

135

Average flight time, total distance 3348 kilometers

4h 14min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Toronto Pearson International

1 airport

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Flights from Vancouver International Airport to Toronto Pearson International Airport

Cover our nation’s expanse in a brief flight spanning five provinces and five-thousand kilometres in a few short hours with a direct flight from Vancouver to Toronto or a comfortable layover amongst the prairies. Leave the lush old-growth forests and sweet seas of the West coast behind as your cross mountains at thirty-thousand feet to descend into the country’s most culturally diverse and activity-rich metropolis.

Airlines that Fly from Vancouver International to Toronto Pearson International Airport

Five airlines deliver you from West to East on a regular basis comprising of flights from the main players, Air Canada and West Jet, followed by options from Sunwing Airlines, Air Transat, and Iceland Air. Your most economical flight path typically includes a layover in Calgary, Edmonton, or Winnipeg, while your fastest routes offer direct flights with a four-and-a-half-hour travel time.

Vancouver International Airport (YVR)

Consistently retaining the distinction as Canada’s best airport, Vancouver International Airport boasts the status as a beautiful and bustling traveler’s hub. Ranked as one of the top ten airports in the world since 2012, YVR encapsulates the greenery and peacefulness of the West Coast amid one of Canada’s busiest airports. Second only to where you will land in Toronto Pearson International Airport in passenger and air traffic, YVR borders the United States, and is one of the few major international airports to have a dedicated terminal to float planes. By featuring one of the most extensive collections of Pacific Northwest Coast Native art in the world, with calming blues and greens to reflect the colours of the land, sea and sky, it is easy to see why this nature-influenced airport received repeated awards for aesthetics and comfort. Being further regarded as one of the most accessible airports in the world, this transit center supersedes expectations for mobility accommodations.

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

Landing in Canada’s largest and busiest airport, you can navigate out of this sprawling transit centre using the Link Train. Once free from the crowds, you can hop onto Toronto’s straightforward subway system, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) or embark on a GO train or bus. Uber does not have access to the airport as of 2017, so taxicabs with set airport fares are still a favored option. If you would prefer to drive yourself, dive into Skyscanner’s car-rental tool.

What to Do in Toronto

Even though Toronto is still within Canada, enjoy being a tourist in the nation’s backyard and take in the sights! Indulge in relaxing accommodations, thriftily found on Skyscanner’s hotel search, or head straight into the heart of Queen Street’s one-of-a-kind shops, tourist attractions such as the CN Tower, hipster neighborhoods nestled in Kensington Market, and an endless array of world-renowned eateries.

Attractions in Toronto:

  • Toronto Zoo
  • CN Tower
  • Ripey’s Aquarium
  • Jet-ski rentals on Lake Ontario
  • Ferry to Toronto Island
  • Canada’s Wonderland
  • Toronto International Film Festival (September)

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.