Cheap Flights from Calgary to Toronto in 2019
Flight information Calgary to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 2688 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island, Hamilton and others
Cheap Flights from Calgary to Toronto
The city of Toronto has three airports, Toronto-Pearson International (YYZ), Hamilton International (YHM) and the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Toronto-Pearson is roughly 30 kilometres from downtown, while the Toronto City airport on Muggs Island is only 4 kilometres away. Hamilton International is 83 kilometres southwest of the city centre. Using Skyscanner, travelers can find the best routes to the individual airports as well as the best airfares. Bookings for hotel stays, car rentals and other transportation options are also available.
Best Time to Book a flight to Toronto
To get the best rate, try to fly on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. The least expensive months to fly are May, June, September and October. Book as far out from your departure as possible to get the lowest fare. Airlines only sell so many seats at a discounted rate, then the price goes up. Skyscanner's price search system can help you find those bargain seats. If you're flexible with your travel dates you have an even better chance of getting a great deal.
Airlines That Fly from Calgary to Toronto
Air Canada and West Jet offer flights from Calgary to Toronto Pearson International. West Jet also has a daily flight from Calgary into Toronto's Hamilton International Airport. Both carriers offer non-stop flights with similar rates. Domestic departures leave from Calgary's Concourse A, B and C. At Calgary International Airport you'll find cafes, fast food outlets, shops and ATMs in both the pre and post-security sections.
What to Expect When Arriving in Toronto
Toronto-Pearson International has two terminals and is one of Canada's busiest airports. The Terminal Link Train offers free transport between the terminals, to the onsite Sheraton Gateway Hotel and the parking garage and value parking lot. Flights from Calgary arrive at the "D" Gates in Terminal 1. The UP Express train runs from the airport to downtown Toronto and bus service is also available. Rental car counters are near baggage claim. Hamilton International is more compact, with all flights arriving at a single terminal. The Hamilton Street Railway provides service into downtown Hamilton. Other transport options include taxis, shuttles and rental cars.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Toronto-Pearson International. Roughly 40 ATMs are available, in both pre and post-security areas. A Plaza Premium Lounge, open to all passengers, is available on level 3 near the domestic security screening area. Fast food outlets, cafes and specialty eateries are available throughout Terminal 1. Both permanent and changing art exhibitions are found throughout Pearson. Free Wi-Fi, coffee shops, a pub, car rentals and ATM machines are available at Hamilton International. Next to the terminal is the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.
What to See and Do in Toronto
To get a bird's eye view of Toronto, head for the CN Tower. At more than 553 metres tall, this local landmark features a rotating restaurant and the EdgeWalk Experience where you take in the view from outside the building. Hockey lovers, head for the Hockey Hall of Fame. Nature and dinosaur buffs, check out the Royal Ontario Museum and stand under Gordo, the resident Barosaurus. For something more tranquil, visit Casa Loma, an 18th Century castle with English-style gardens that are open during the warmer seasons. If the Blue Jays are in town, catch a baseball game at Rogers Centre.
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