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The cheapest time of year to fly to Winnipeg from Toronto is May. The most expensive is December.
The cheapest day of the week is typically Wednesday. The most expensive is typically Tuesday
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Toronto to Winnipeg flights are approximately 31% more expensive in the evening than in the morning
Air Canada, Flair Airlines, and Juneyao Airlines are the most popular carriers operating from Toronto to Winnipeg
Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo - Winnipeg
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60 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from Toronto to Winnipeg is approximately 60 days to departure
When you’re planning your trip from Toronto to Winnipeg, the most popular airport-to-airport route is Toronto Pearson Intl Airport to Winnipeg Airport. When booking your trip to Winnipeg, it is helpful to have an alternative airport to fly out of. Good options for departure airports when travelling to Winnipeg, you can try Toronto Hamilton Airport (in Toronto), Toronto Island Airport (in Toronto), or Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo Airport (in Toronto). In June, C$ 86 is typically the cheapest round trip price you’ll find from Toronto to Winnipeg which you can find when you fly YKF — YWG.
|Juneyao Airlines||PriceFrom C$ 24||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|WestJet||PriceFrom C$ 88||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Flair Airlines||PriceFrom C$ 89||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Swoop||PriceFrom C$ 104||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Lynx Air||PriceFrom C$ 104||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Air Canada||PriceFrom C$ 135||Free Cancellation||Rating|
WestJet flies from Toronto to Winnipeg around 14 times per week, with 123 momondo users rating the airline 7.4/10. The cheapest WestJet deal from Toronto to Winnipeg in the last 72 hours was C$ 68 (round-trip), much lower than the average airfare cost of C$ 649 for WestJet flights on this route.
The best Air Canada deal for Toronto to Winnipeg flight tickets found on momondo in the last 72 hours was C$ 105, round-trip. It should be noted that an average Air Canada flight deal for this route in this time was higher, at C$ 325 round-trip. Air Canada operates 23 flights out of Toronto into Winnipeg in an average week, so prices vary by time and availability. 156 Air Canada reviews by users on momondo have scored the airline at 7.4/10.
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Toronto to Winnipeg are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travellers: Flair Airlines, Air Canada, and Swoop.
The quickest way to travel this route is to take a flight from Toronto to Winnipeg, doing so can potentially save up to 32h 10m of travel time. While these options may take longer, booking a train from Toronto to Winnipeg or a bus from Toronto to Winnipeg may suit your needs if travel time is less of a factor in your decision making.
A flight from Toronto to Winnipeg from C$ 86 can save you up to 83% on the cost of your trip compared to booking a train from Toronto to Winnipeg or a bus from Toronto to Winnipeg.
Toronto and Winnipeg are 1513.3 km apart from one another. Typically, this will take 2h 35m by plane in normal conditions.
Flying from Toronto to Winnipeg has a carbon footprint of about 321kg. Flight search results on momondo can be sorted by their carbon footprint. Choosing a train for this journey would reduce your carbon footprint from 321kg to 92kg - that is, by about 72%. By bus, this journey’s emissions can be cut to 58kg. This would result in a 82% smaller carbon footprint vs. flying.
When flying to Winnipeg from Toronto, you are most likely to depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) which is just 20 minutes away from Downtown Toronto. The airport is the busiest in Canada having handled 13.3 million passengers in the year of 2020 alone. It serves the greater Toronto area and the surrounding region, offering flights from the city to various destinations both locally and internationally. Your landing airport in Winnipeg will most likely be Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG). You can also get direct flights from Toronto to Winnipeg via John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM). However, it is worth noting that this one is a little further from Toronto city centre compared to Pearson Airport.
There are a good number of airlines that serve the Toronto to Winnipeg route. Out of all of them, only three airlines offer direct flights. These three include Air Canada, WestJet and Swoop. Undoubtedly, Air Canada is the most popular airline and this boils down to a number of factors such as the fact that they are the flag carrier and the largest airline of Canada. Other than that, passengers who fly to Winnipeg from Toronto get to enjoy an array of top-quality amenities when it comes to comfort and dining as well as entertainment. Swoop on the other hand offers the cheapest rates but only flies from John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YHM) meaning you’ll have to take a 50-minute drive from downtown Toronto to Hamilton.
Being a domestic flight, Toronto to Winnipeg is very short so most of the flights offered are usually direct. However, you can still get stopover options with most of them being either in Ottawa (YOW) or Montreal (YUL), or both. Some flights can also stop by Calgary (YYC) or Vancouver (YVR) but these two cities aren’t a popular stopover with flights to Winnipeg from Toronto as the two mentioned before. Expect your flight duration to increase depending on the number of stopovers with approximately three more hours for a one-stop and about five for a two-stop flight.
Since you’ll be flying domestically, neither a passport nor a visa is necessary when flying from Toronto to Winnipeg. You won’t even have to go through customs upon arrival at Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG). However, you will still need to show proof of identity, so a government issued photo ID will be required. If you don’t have one, then your Ontario drivers’ licence could still work. All that is required from you is an official document issued by the government to prove your identity.
Finding the right flight to Winnipeg from Toronto is quick and easy when you have a range of options in front of you, from reputable agents and recognizable airlines. Options that can then be filtered down to find the best fit. That is what momondo does. We make finding flights to Winnipeg quick and easy, saving you time and money.
Flights from Toronto to Winnipeg with flexible booking policies can be found by using the search form above and then selecting our dedicated flexible booking filter, which will highlight only the flights where this policy is applied.
Once you have performed a search for Toronto to Winnipeg flights, momondo helps you find the right one by offering useful filters to narrow down your flight selection. Flights can be filtered by multiple factors such as airline, airport and price; but also by other criteria like aircraft type and payment method.
Price alerts on flights to Winnipeg from Toronto are quick and easy to set up on momondo. Simply perform a search and select the price alert feature. It is as simple as that.