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When you’re planning your trip from Calgary to Toronto, the most popular airport-to-airport route is Calgary Airport to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport. When travelling from Calgary, it is helpful to have an alternative airport to fly into when you land in Toronto. Good options for arrival airports in Toronto, you can try Hamilton Airport (in Hamilton), Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo Airport (in Toronto), or Toronto Island Airport (in Toronto). The least expensive flight option from Calgary to Toronto will typically be YYC — YYZ during the month of December with an average price of C$ 120 RT.
|Lynx Air||PriceFrom C$ 84||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Flair Airlines||PriceFrom C$ 87||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|WestJet||PriceFrom C$ 139||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Canada Jetlines||PriceFrom C$ 171||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Porter Airlines||PriceFrom C$ 196||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Air Canada||PriceFrom C$ 211||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Air Transat||PriceFrom C$ 225||Free Cancellation||Rating|
Porter Airlines flight deals from Calgary to Toronto start from C$ 145 round-trip. Over the 12 Porter Airlines flights for this route in a normal week, average airfare is usually C$ 275 round-trip - but some users have found much cheaper deals with momondo.
Another popular option for Calgary to Toronto flights is WestJet (7.5/10, 593 ratings). WestJet flies from Calgary to Toronto around 40 times per week, with deals starting from C$ 103 round-trip and rising to an average price of around C$ 251.
A flight from Calgary to Toronto will travel around 2708.9 km. By plane, this route typically takes 3h 27m.
Prices for flights from Calgary Airport to Toronto were last updated today.
There are 7 operators available for flights from Calgary Airport to Toronto as of December 2023.
The minimum age a child must be to fly alone is five but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service will have their own age restrictions, including rules around flight length, timings, and stopovers. We always recommend checking with the individual airline you are booking with to travel from Calgary Airport to Toronto.
The required travel and health documents for your Toronto trip may vary depending on your itinerary and personal circumstances. As a general rule, you should carry multiple documents, including a national ID card or driver's license and a passport valid for six months after your intended arrival at Toronto. We recommend that you seek guidance from your airline or a reliable third party such as IATA.
If you are flying to Toronto from Calgary, Calgary International Airport (YYC) is the only airport available in the area. The airport has one and two-stop flights to Toronto, with final stops at Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). The airport is located about 20 minutes from downtown Calgary and is rated the fourth-busiest airport in Canada. It has two interconnected terminals with five concourses; Terminal 1 deals with domestic travel, and Terminal 2 with transborder and international travel. The airport also has several dining and shopping services and free Wi-Fi for travellers to enjoy. If you are travelling with children, the airport has baby care facilities where parents can feed and change their children in privacy and a children’s play area where kids can interact and have fun between flights.
There are several direct flights to Toronto from Calgary. Many of them are offered by Air Canada and Flair Airlines and land at Pearson International Airport. However, there are no direct flights to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. With over five flights to Toronto daily, Air Canada is the leading provider of flights to Toronto from Calgary. It is the biggest airline in Canada and offers complimentary food and drinks and great in-flight entertainment onboard. Flair Airlines is also an ideal airline to fly to Toronto from Calgary. It has about two direct flights to Toronto daily, and since it is a budget airline, it offers guests one of the most affordable rates.
Most flights from Calgary to Toronto from Calgary International Airport are direct flights with the only stop at the final destination. Flights from Calgary International Airport to YTZ, on the other hand, are one- and two-stop flights with layovers mostly at Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR). If you pick a flight to YTZ with two layovers, expect an increase of about six hours in flight time compared to a single-stop flight. Despite the flight having more stops, the price of two-stop flights is higher than both single-stop flights to YTZ and direct flights to YYZ.
Canadian citizens only need photo identification from a Canadian federal government with their date of birth and full names and a flight ticket to travel to Toronto. Therefore, a visa is not required to fly from Calgary to Toronto. Some of the documents permissible for domestic travel are a Canadian permanent resident card, a birth certificate, a citizenship card, and a passport. Also, note that boating, hunting, and fishing licenses are no longer used as valid identification documents for domestic travel.
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