Flights to Toronto

Thu. 2/4
Thu. 9/4
Any month
Compare vs. momondo |

Cheapest flights to Toronto airports

Find the cheapest flights to these Toronto airports from your nearest city or airport
There is no data for the selected route at this time, please select a new departure airport

When is the best time to fly to Toronto?

Choose a month below to see average flight prices and weather conditions

Toronto offers year-round pleasure for tourists, but depending on why you are visiting, certain seasons may be more appealing. Peak travel to the area is from June through September, with July and August seeing the highest tourist numbers due to North American schools being closed for the summer. While summer is busy, the streets come to life with pedestrian markets, patio service at restaurants, and cultural events. Temperatures rise, but so do ticket prices! For the best time to visit Toronto, late April through May or September through October are ideal. Winter time visits do have lower prices, but you also have to deal with lower temperatures.

What is the cheapest day to depart on your flight to Toronto?

From most locations, the cheapest day to fly to Toronto is Wednesday. Most users found that departing on a Sunday was most expensive.

What is the cheapest time of day to fly to Toronto?

Generally, when visiting Toronto, morning flights represent the best value. noon flights are likely to have higher prices.

Which airlines fly to Toronto?

Popular options for domestic flights to Toronto include Air Canada, Air North, WestJet, Air Transat, Central Mountain Air and Sunwing Airlines.

How to get around in Toronto?

Toronto transportation is plentiful, but navigating the city is quite easy on foot too. Using the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), you can pay just $3 CAD per person per direction. If you buy multiple rides the same day, it drops to $2.50 CAD per person per ride. A day pass is $12.50 CAD and recommended if you plan to ride the TTC all day. Day passes cover families of up to two adults and up to four children during weekends and holidays too. Taxi cabs are available throughout the city, and you can easily hail one in downtown. Cabs come in all colours, and they are available if their rooftop light indicates such. Wave from the curb and once the taxi turns on the meter, you pay $3.25 CAD for one to four passengers and the rate of $0.25 CAD every 143 metres after that.

When is the best time to fly to Toronto?

Toronto offers year-round pleasure for tourists, but depending on why you are visiting, certain seasons may be more appealing. Peak travel to the area is from June through September, with July and August seeing the highest tourist numbers due to North American schools being closed for the summer. While summer is busy, the streets come to life with pedestrian markets, patio service at restaurants, and cultural events. Temperatures rise, but so do ticket prices! For the best time to visit Toronto, late April through May or September through October are ideal. Winter time visits do have lower prices, but you also have to deal with lower temperatures.

How to get from the airport to Toronto city centre?

Getting to Toronto’s city centre is quite easy from Pearson Airport. Taxi Taxis are the most expensive, but one of the quicker ways to reach downtown. Taxis take about 40 minutes to reach the city centre, and typically charge a flat fee of $60 CAD one-way. UP Express The UP Express train costs $12 CAD one-way and delivers you from Pearson Airport to Union station in 30 minutes. Subway The subway system is the most affordable but also takes about one hour to complete. The fare is $3 CAD if you purchase a ticket or tokens and $3.25 CAD if you pay cash. You will take Bus 192 Red Rocket to Kipling station and then the subway to Spadina. From there, you take the University Line to Union station. While it involves a few changes, $3 CAD makes it quite affordable for travel. Limousine If you have time to book ahead, you can take an airport limo service, which costs $60 CAD plus tip. The drive depends on traffic, averaging 30 to 60 minutes. Buses There is no direct subway, train or bus line from the airport to the downtown core. Bus 192 Airport Rocket (Red Rocket) runs every 8 -15 minutes from the airport to Kipling station from where a couple of changes on the subway line take you to Union station. From 1:00 am to 5:30 am (until 8:30 am on Sunday), the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) additionally offers night buses. The 300A line goes across Bloor Street West and Danforth Avenue. The 307 line takes Eglington Avenue West. Either route stops at Yonge Street where you take the 320-night bus to get to city centre. Rental Cars Rental car desks are located at the first floor of terminal parking garages. These can be booked on-site, but it is better to book ahead. Arrange your own Toronto transportation with car rentals deals from momondo.

What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Toronto?

No visa is required for domestic travelers within Canada. For foreign nationals, please check the Government of Canada Immigration website.


Toronto flight deals found on momondo

Check out some of the best fares to Toronto found recently by users on momondo
Quickest
Cheapest
Swoop
5 Jun.
YEG
Edmonton
3h 36m
YHM
Toronto Hamilton
7 Jun.
YHM
Toronto Hamilton
4h 05m
YEG
Edmonton
Air Transat
29 May
YUL
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl
1h 15m
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl
10 Jun.
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl
1h 15m
YUL
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl
Flair Airlines
14 Aug.
YHZ
Halifax Intl
2h 25m
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl
16 Aug.
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl
2h 05m
YHZ
Halifax Intl
Swoop
10 Apr.
YEG
Edmonton
3h 38m
YHM
Toronto Hamilton
13 Apr.
YHM
Toronto Hamilton
4h 11m
YEG
Edmonton
Air Transat
1 Jul.
YUL
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl
1h 15m
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl
11 Jul.
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl
1h 10m
YUL
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl
Swoop
24 Apr.
YEG
Edmonton
3h 38m
YHM
Toronto Hamilton
26 Apr.
YHM
Toronto Hamilton
4h 05m
YEG
Edmonton

Find the cheapest one-way flights to Toronto

If you're looking for one-way flights to Toronto, view some of our deals below provided by Air Transat, Swoop and Flair Airlines
Quickest
Cheapest
Air Transat
7 May
YUL
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl
1h 20m
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl
Swoop
6 Apr.
YEG
Edmonton
3h 38m
YHM
Toronto Hamilton
Flair Airlines
13 Aug.
YHZ
Halifax Intl
2h 25m
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl

Which airlines fly to Toronto?

Here you can see a selection of the most popular and cheapest airlines for flights to Toronto

Popular options for domestic flights to Toronto include Air Canada, Air North, WestJet, Air Transat, Central Mountain Air and Sunwing Airlines.


How to get from the airport to Toronto city centre?

Below you will find all the airports in Toronto along with the distance from the city centre

Getting to Toronto’s city centre is quite easy from Pearson Airport.

Taxi

Taxis are the most expensive, but one of the quicker ways to reach downtown. Taxis take about 40 minutes to reach the city centre, and typically charge a flat fee of $60 CAD one-way.

UP Express

The UP Express train costs $12 CAD one-way and delivers you from Pearson Airport to Union station in 30 minutes.

Subway

The subway system is the most affordable but also takes about one hour to complete. The fare is $3 CAD if you purchase a ticket or tokens and $3.25 CAD if you pay cash. You will take Bus 192 Red Rocket to Kipling station and then the subway to Spadina. From there, you take the University Line to Union station. While it involves a few changes, $3 CAD makes it quite affordable for travel.

Limousine

If you have time to book ahead, you can take an airport limo service, which costs $60 CAD plus tip. The drive depends on traffic, averaging 30 to 60 minutes.

Buses

There is no direct subway, train or bus line from the airport to the downtown core. Bus 192 Airport Rocket (Red Rocket) runs every 8 -15 minutes from the airport to Kipling station from where a couple of changes on the subway line take you to Union station. From 1:00 am to 5:30 am (until 8:30 am on Sunday), the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) additionally offers night buses. The 300A line goes across Bloor Street West and Danforth Avenue. The 307 line takes Eglington Avenue West. Either route stops at Yonge Street where you take the 320-night bus to get to city centre.

Rental Cars

Rental car desks are located at the first floor of terminal parking garages. These can be booked on-site, but it is better to book ahead. Arrange your own Toronto transportation with car rentals deals from momondo.


Popular routes to Toronto

Most frequently searched flights to Toronto along with the cheapest price and shortest flight duration
Edmonton to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
3h 34m
Cheapest price
156 C$
Montreal to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 15m
Cheapest price
163 C$
New York to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 35m
Cheapest price
170 C$
Halifax to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
2h 18m
Cheapest price
174 C$
New York to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 30m
Cheapest price
184 C$
Winnipeg to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
2h 19m
Cheapest price
194 C$
Abbotsford to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
4h 09m
Cheapest price
196 C$
Chicago to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 42m
Cheapest price
214 C$
Washington to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 30m
Cheapest price
228 C$
Philadelphia to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 33m
Cheapest price
234 C$
Charlotte to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 58m
Cheapest price
238 C$
Miami to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
4h 48m
Cheapest price
239 C$
Vancouver to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
4h 09m
Cheapest price
249 C$
Tampa to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
2h 47m
Cheapest price
249 C$
Boston to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 50m
Cheapest price
251 C$
Dallas to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
3h 00m
Cheapest price
258 C$
Detroit to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
1h 07m
Cheapest price
262 C$
Orlando to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
2h 45m
Cheapest price
279 C$
Los Angeles to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
4h 42m
Cheapest price
285 C$
Tulsa to Toronto Flights
Fastest flight time
4h 43m
Cheapest price
290 C$
View more

How to get around in Toronto?

Toronto transportation is plentiful, but navigating the city is quite easy on foot too. Using the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), you can pay just $3 CAD per person per direction. If you buy multiple rides the same day, it drops to $2.50 CAD per person per ride. A day pass is $12.50 CAD and recommended if you plan to ride the TTC all day. Day passes cover families of up to two adults and up to four children during weekends and holidays too. Taxi cabs are available throughout the city, and you can easily hail one in downtown. Cabs come in all colours, and they are available if their rooftop light indicates such. Wave from the curb and once the taxi turns on the meter, you pay $3.25 CAD for one to four passengers and the rate of $0.25 CAD every 143 metres after that.


What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Toronto?

No visa is required for domestic travelers within Canada. For foreign nationals, please check the Government of Canada Immigration website.


Start planning your trip to Toronto


Additional info and tips about visiting Toronto

Things to do and places of interest in Toronto

Toronto is rich in activities and cultural events. From the aquarium to the zoo to the science center, art galleries, weekend farmers’ markets, jazz festivals, food festivals, auto shows, baseball games, Broadway-style live shows, concerts, and more, this city has lots to see and do. A few must-dos to check out while you are in Toronto include:

CN Tower

This engineering marvel lets you see Toronto’s skyline from above. You can walk along the edge and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the city.

Niagara Falls

While not exactly in Toronto, most visitors to the area make a half day trip to see the breathtaking waterfalls.

Centre Island

Just across the harbour is Centre Island that has its own park and petting zoo. It is open seasonally and closed in the winter months.

Hockey Hall of Fame

For sports fans, stopping in at the Hockey Hall of Fame is a great place to celebrate the country’s favourite sport.

Casa Loma

Visit this historic castle that has been transformed into an event center and museum.

Cuisines and Festivals

In Toronto, you can explore a variety of cuisine styles from all over the world. This city is truly a melting pot of global cultures. Enjoy the craft beers from local breweries like Steam Whistle, Granite, and Left Field. Also, make sure you try the classic poutine from local eateries. If street food is your thing, you have plenty to choose from; and don’t forget the hotdogs! Festivals and events happen year-round in Toronto, including the Cavalcade of Lights, Doors Open Toronto, Toronto Jazz Festival, Food Truck Festival, Taste of Toronto, and Blanche Toronto. See what events are happening during your visit.

Tips and tricks for visiting Toronto

Tipping Guidelines

In Toronto, it is customary to tip 15 to 20 percent on the pre-tax bill to show your appreciation. Some restaurants automatically charge this, so check the bill before adding the tip.

Taxes

The Harmonised Sales Tax (HST) is 13 percent and is applied to taxable goods and services.

Parking

Parking on streets downtown is limited to certain times of the day, with street signs indicating allowed hours. There are public parking lots throughout the city, and a green P logo identifies them.

Walk the Underground City

The Downtown Toronto underground walkway, PATH, links up 27 kilometres of shopping, services, and entertainment. Just follow the PATH lights, and you can reach your destination without having to experience the elements. Sun, rain or snow, there’s no stopping if you are seeking out the magic of Toronto!