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Cheap Flights from Toronto Pearson International to New York John F. Kennedy

Flight information Toronto Pearson International to New York John F. Kennedy

cheapest roundtrip price from Toronto Pearson International to New York John F. Kennedy last month

6

airlines fly non-stop from Toronto Pearson International to New York John F. Kennedy

44

flights a week from Toronto Pearson International to New York John F. Kennedy

1h 34min

average flight time from Toronto Pearson International to New York John F. Kennedy, total distance 590 kilometers

Delta

was the most popular airline flying from Toronto Pearson International to New York John F. Kennedy last month

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Flight Information

There are several carrier options for nonstop flights from Toronto to New York, and quite a few airlines offer flights with connections. Delta, WestJet, and American Airlines all have Toronto to New York flights. Delta has flights that connect in Detroit or Boston. Meanwhile, WestJet offers flights that connect in Montreal. And then American Airlines has flights to New York from Toronto that connect in Boston or Washington, D.C.

Terminal Information for Toronto Pearson International Airport

Pearson can easily be reached by train from downtown Toronto. The Union Pearson (UP) Express train has departures every 15 minutes between 5:30 am and 1 am. The fare is CA$12.

Toronto Pearson has two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. U.S.-bound flights depart from both terminals. Most travellers departing from Toronto will be able to go through customs before departure, and these passengers will arrive in New York as domestic passengers. Pearson has 62 cafes and restaurants, which offer quick bites to fine dining, and with a variety of cuisines available.

Terminal Information for John F. Kennedy International Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport is the fifth busiest airport in the United States. Even though there are terminals numbered up to eight, there are only six currently in use. JFK has 112 restaurants and cafes, including upscale establishments, fast casual dining, and fast food chains. The airport has extensive retail shopping offered in each terminal as well, with gift shops and news stands, along with designer boutiques.

What You Need to Know

Travellers should arrive at Toronto Pearson airport at least three hours before their departure time. The Pearson airport website has live security wait time updates, and it is a good idea for travellers to check their wait times during busy periods like holidays, when these could be longer than usual. Canadian passport holders do not need to obtain a visa for visits to the U.S. However, it's a good idea to carry a government-issued ID such as a driver's license, along with a valid passport when travelling.

What to Expect in New York

When arriving in New York, travellers do not need to change the time on their watches, as the time zone is the same as in Toronto. From JFK Airport, passengers can choose from a variety of ways to get to Manhattan. There are trains and buses from the airport that connect to the city's extensive public transportation system. Travellers can take the AirTrain from the airport to get on the subway at Howard Beach Station and then catch the A train from there. Another option is to take the AirTrain to Sutphan Boulevard Station and get on the E, J, or Z train. The fare would be about CA$11 total.

A taxi is the most comfortable way into Manhattan for travellers carrying bulky luggage. There is a flat-rate taxi fare of approximately CA$70, plus tolls. The trip from the airport into Manhattan proper should take about an hour, but rush hour traffic can double the amount of time.

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