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Flights to Toronto 2017–2018

Searching for cheap flights to Toronto? Netflights can help with that! The best budget tickets to Toronto are waiting for you. Canada's most populous city is packed full of fun things to do, and finding cheap flights to Toronto with Netflights will make planning your trip easy. With over 140 languages spoken within the city, Toronto’s cultural diversity is a huge draw for visitors. Try the food, learn about the city’s rich history and cultures, and enjoy some incredible views as well. Direct flights to Toronto, available from several major airports in the UK, keep flight times low and the enjoyment factor high. Let Netflights take the hassle out of comparing return Toronto flights, and instead focus on planning visits to the Royal Ontario Museum, an ice hockey game or the distillery district for a taste of Toronto’s nightlife.

With balmy temperatures and sunny skies, spring and summer are the ideal seasons to visit. Winter offers a more intense experience; the hardy traveller will revel in the beauty of a buzzing city hushed by a blanket of snow. With cheap flights to Toronto year-round, it is easy to find something for everyone, from music and film festivals and world-class theatre to ice cave exploration and excursions to see the Northern Lights. Netflights is an expert at comparing affordable flights to Toronto, Canada, even for those on a tight budget. Do not miss out on the trip of a lifetime! Go book your 2018 holiday to Toronto with Netflights today!

When is the cheapest time to fly?

Affordable flights to Toronto Canada are most likely found in the winter, between November and March. Temperatures are low, as is airfare. Prices rise slightly when natives and expatriates visit friends and family for Christmas and the New Year. In general, the winter months are cost-effective for cheap air tickets to Toronto. Do not let the weather deter you jumping on a London to Toronto flight; Canada knows how to make the most of frosty nights with ice skating at the harbour, ice cave exploration and plenty of live music.

When is the best time to book your flight?

Comparing and booking flights is an art, one that Netflights has perfected. Find the best deals on flights to Toronto from London 20 weeks before departure. As booking on a Tuesday is statistically proven to result in the cheapest flights, it is worth checking flight prices then. Flying for as little as £450 is not too unusual!

What’s the main airport in Toronto?

Located about 14 miles from the city centre, Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is split into three terminals, although only two will be in operation in 2018. Terminals 1 and 3 will remain open for business. Rather than dividing the terminals by domestic and international flights, the terminals at this airport are instead grouped by airlines and airline alliances. It can easily be reached by taxi, bus or rail.

Getting around the airport

Both operational terminals have elevated walkways to allow passengers to move easily between arrivals, departures and other buildings. Terminal 1 is home to the fastest walkway in the world, the ThyssenKrupp Express Walkway. Free Wi-Fi is offered in all public areas to make travellers more comfortable.

Which airports in the UK operate the route?

Departures leave from several UK airports, including Manchester, Glasgow, London Gatwick and Heathrow. With nonstop options available all around the country, it is easy to find the best option for your holiday. Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport and Edinburgh also operate indirect flights, an excellent choice for any budget.

What airlines fly to Toronto?

British Airways, Air Canada, Air Transat and WestJet Airlines offer direct flights from London to Toronto, flights to Toronto from Manchester and flights from Glasgow to Toronto. Other UK cities have flights with layovers serviced by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Lufthansa, American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and Delta Air Lines, among others. These flights may stop in Amsterdam, a number of different cities in Germany or American cities such as New York.

How long is the flight to Toronto from the UK?

Direct flights to Toronto from Heathrow Airport in London can take as little as eight hours and fifteen minutes, although ten hours is the average. Flights with layovers may take more than a day, but will also give you the opportunity to explore other destinations as well. The distance from London to Toronto is 3,547 miles.

How many flights are there per day from the UK?

There are 13 flights per day to Toronto from several UK cities, such as Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London.

Getting to the city from Toronto Pearson International Airport

With numerous transport options, getting to the city centre from Toronto Pearson International Airport is easy. Renting a car is useful for exploring the surrounding countryside. Taxis are another viable option; they can be pre-booked effortlessly or found outside the airport upon arrival. The trip will take around 40 minutes and cost about Can$60 (approximately £36). The airport also has rail and bus options for those on a budget. The Toronto Transit Commission's metro system is cheap and efficient; for roughly Can$3 (close to £2), travellers can be in the city within 45 minutes.

Not to forget before the flight

Buy Canadian dollars before you arrive, or use your bankcard at international ATMs to retrieve cash for your visit. British citizens do not need a visa for short visits to Canada, but all travellers arriving by air must complete an Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA). It costs around Can$7 (or just over £4). All passengers must have an eTA to board their flight. More details can be found on the official website of the Canadian government.