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If you are looking to fly from Toronto to Edmonton, you are most likely going to fly from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport to Edmonton Airport, the most popular airports on that route. You may be looking for an airport near Toronto Pearson Intl Airport to depart from when travelling to Edmonton and luckily, there are options! You can try Toronto Hamilton Airport which is located in Toronto, Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo Airport which is located in Toronto, or Toronto Island Airport which is located in Toronto. The least expensive flight option from Toronto to Edmonton will typically be YKF — YEG during the month of February with an average price of C$ 97 RT.
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The lowest priced WestJet flight from Toronto to Edmonton from the last 72 hours was C$ 85. Generally, WestJet has 10 flights on this route every week with an average price of C$ 421. WestJet is rated 7.4/10 by our users.
The best Air Canada deal for Toronto to Edmonton flight tickets found on momondo in the last 72 hours was C$ 106, round-trip. It should be noted that an average Air Canada flight deal for this route in this time was higher, at C$ 413 round-trip. Air Canada operates 16 flights out of Toronto into Edmonton in an average week, so prices vary by time and availability. 294 Air Canada reviews by users on momondo have scored the airline at 7.2/10.
Due to the global impact of COVID-19, some of our airline partners operating flights from Toronto to Edmonton, such as Swoop, Flair Airlines, and Lynx Air may have flexible cancellation policies in place. Use our site to search for all of the airlines offering this flexibility to you.
There are 2703.1 km between Toronto and Edmonton. By plane, this route typically takes 4h 05m.
For flights to Edmonton from Toronto, you have a choice of four airports, depending on where you are in the city. Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the main airport for the area and Canada’s busiest. It is about 30min by car and a little under 1h by public transport to downtown Toronto. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) is closest to central Toronto, at 10min away by car and about 30min by public transport. However, there are no non-stop flights to Edmonton from Toronto from YTZ. If you are travelling from neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area, you may want to search for flights from either Region of Waterloo International Airport (YKF) or John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM), both about 1h drive from central Toronto.
You have a great choice of direct flights that take around 4h from Pearson International to Edmonton from Toronto with departures in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings from Monday to Sunday. Swoop flies non-stop to Edmonton from Hamilton International at least once a day every day of the week with flights that take a little over 4h. From Waterloo, you can usually catch a non-stop flight to Edmonton on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays with Flair Airlines that take around 4h. Unfortunately, currently no airlines offer non-stop flights to Edmonton from Billy Bishop Airport.
If you are flying out of Pearson International to Edmonton, you can choose to have a layover in such cities as Abbotsford, Calgary, Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, and Vancouver. Calgary layover flights have the shortest travel time at almost 6h with about a 1h stop, while Ottawa is the longest at approximately 22h with around 17h of waiting. For flights with multiple stops from Pearson, they range from just under 8h with about a 1h stop each in Winnipeg and Calgary to over 30h with stops of about 19h in Seattle and around 4h in Vancouver. From both Waterloo and Hamilton airports, there are departures to Edmonton that stop in Calgary for around 1-5h for a total travel time of between a little over 6h to just over 10h. Multiple stops from both YKF and YHM can take about 10h 30min with stops in Calgary and Vancouver for a few hours each. If you want to fly out of Billy Bishop, one-stop flights take from around 18h 35min to just over 20h with mainly stops in Montreal for around 12-15h. Multiple-stop options can take anything from 1-5h to approximately 10-14h with stops in Montreal and Calgary.
If you are a Canadian citizen, you do not need a passport or visa to travel between Toronto to Edmonton. However, you will be asked to show a valid form of identification which has your full name and birth date.
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