Cheap Flights from Calgary to Toronto Pearson International in 2019
Flight information Calgary to Toronto Pearson International
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Average flight time, total distance 2691 kilometers
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Toronto Pearson International
Flying out of Calgary
Calgary has grown from a small town into a metropolitan with skyscrapers. Its international airport is located 11 miles outside of downtown and is the fourth busiest airport in Canada. Non-stop flights include destinations such as North, Central, and South America, East Asia and Europe.
Airlines flying from Calgary to Toronto International are Air Canada, WestJet, and Air Transat. Flight time is about 3 hours and 45 minutes.
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Passengers should be at the airport at least one hour before scheduled take-off.
Toronto Pearson International
In case you're worried that you might get lost in Toronto's big and busy airport, chances of that are slim to none. As soon as you step off the plane, ceiling signs direct you to luggage claim carousels. Big TVs tell you which carousel to go to. From there you go through customs and then you're just steps away from the arrivals hall.
If you can do with a bite after the flight, a number of restaurants, cafés and bars are ready to serve you a meal or a snack. If you're feeling thirsty there's beer, wine, coffee, tea, and all kinds of soft drinks.
If you think you forgot something, the airport has plenty of shops that cater to your every need. Whether it's razor blades, a cell phone charger, a cocktail dress or a gift, you'll find what you're looking for.
If you need money, there are banks and ATMs, if you don't look so good, hair and nail salons will see you right, for a headache there is a pharmacy and if you need some peace and quiet to work on your laptop, there are several lounges with free Wi-Fi.
To get to downtown Toronto you can take the UP Express train, a Greyhound bus, or a TTC bus. Alternatively, outside the arrivals hall are taxis and limousines. If you prefer your own transportation, this is easy to arrange via Skyscanner's car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Toronto
For domestic travel, you need a valid passport and if you're a non-Canadian citizen bring your permanent resident card.
Depending on the season you are visiting Toronto, coming from Calgary the city will pleasantly surprise you. Toronto has a nice warm summer, but with a high humidity factor, and in winter it doesn't get as cold as it does in your home town.
Before leaving Calgary, it would be wise to book a hotel room. The city has lots of hotels, but during the summer season they fill up quickly. Skyscanner's hotel page can help.
Attractions in Toronto
Attractions in Toronto include the 1815 feet high CN Tower, the romantic Casa Loma, the ever-popular Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto Island, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Legislative Building near Queens Park and much more.
Don't think that Toronto is just a city with lots of glass and steel buildings. The city is so much more. It has 100 parks, 159 sights and landmarks, 83 museums and endless shopping possibilities. Now isn't that worth a visit?
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