Cheap Flights from Toronto Pearson International to Houston George Bush Intercntl.
Flight information Toronto Pearson International to Houston George Bush Intercntl.
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Average flight time, total distance 2062 kilometers
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Most Toronto to Houston flights are operated by Delta, WestJest, United, Air Canada, and American Airlines. Popular nonstop flights with numerous daily trips are usually found through Air Canada and United Airlines. However, there are many indirect flight routes with only one layover, stopping in various cities like Minneapolis, New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, Dallas, and many others. Layover times depend on the city, airport, and airline service(s), though Skyscanner will present the best flight price options while taking these details into consideration.
Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport is recognized as Canada's busiest airport hub that boasts only two active terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, so be sure to check in advance which terminal the flight will depart from. Wi-Fi access is free in both terminals, convenient for snapping and sharing photos of the permanent and changing art exhibition spaces, including a unique dinosaur exhibit in Terminal 1 that features a few pieces from the Royal Ontario Museum. When booking flights to Houston from Toronto, travellers are encouraged to arrive at the airport at least three hours prior to their scheduled flight time.
Terminal Information for Houston George Bush Intercontinental
Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport is the 10th busiest airport and largest hub for the United Airlines group in all of North America. An annual survey by Skytrax recently named Houston George Bush Intercontinental one of the most-improved airports in the world, holding third place in this category and ninth for best dining in 2017. Passengers on international flights from Toronto to Houston arriving at Houston George Bush Intercontinental should expect to land in Terminal A, which offers plenty of dining options, including Starbucks, and opportunities for shopping.
Those flying into the U.S. are required to go through U.S. Immigration and Customs and security, and they should arrive early to allow enough time to pass through both as well as to plan for delays during peak travel hours. Furthermore, the airport is staffed with Airport Volunteer Ambassadors who wear red shirts and serve as great resources for travellers new to Houston and the airport itself.
What You Need to Know
All passengers travelling to the U.S. require a passport to enter or reenter the country. U.S. citizens and Canadian citizens (who possess both a valid Canadian passport and B1 or B2 visa status) can use the Mobile Passport Control (MPC) app to speed up entry processes.
What to Expect in Houston
When landing, be mindful that Houston has a warmer climate and a one-hour time difference from Toronto. When it comes to transportation, the most popular way to get around this energetic city is via its METRORail system, and day passes can be purchased for approximately US$3 (CA$4) a day. The City of Houston boasts more than 2,400 taxi cars and has initiated a US$6 (CA$7.99) flat-rate fare for all travels within the Central Business District, making it cheap and accessible for those looking to get around both conveniently and quickly.
However, note that this special fare does not include airport service, which can total around US$45 (CA$59.95) for service. For free and environmentally friendly transportation throughout the downtown area, look for the Greenlink bus system, which operates on compressed natural gas (CNG).
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