A tale of two cities
In summer, the fun is outdoors with Canada Day, the Toronto Jazz Festival and the Festival of Beer, while in the winter it’s ice-skating season or you can hunker down with a taste of the city’s indulgent hot chocolates. Netflights is expert in finding cheap flights to Toronto, with more than 40 years experience behind us.
When to go
Autumn is also a great time to visit thanks to the combination of warm days and cool evenings, and you’ll find the city’s canopy of trees tinged with gold. Last minute flights to Toronto in autumn can be excellent value.
Unless you live in the Arctic Circle, winters in Toronto are going to feel cold. The upside is that there are great deals on Toronto flights during low season. It is not uncommon for the thermometer to drop below zero, though, which can make getting around somewhat tricky, and a warm jacket and sturdy footwear are essential.
Airports and airlines
Toronto Pearson Airport
Many flights to Toronto land in Canada’s busiest airport, Toronto Pearson. This is an international gateway serving the city of Toronto and the wider Golden Horseshoe area. Located 14 miles northwest of the city centre, the airport consists of Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Air Canada, Air France, Lufthansa, KLM, SN Brussels Airlines, United and Virgin Atlantic, as well as a number of other airlines, offer return flights to Toronto Pearson Airport from the UK. View more flights to Toronto Pearson Airport.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Getting around the airports
Getting to the city from the airports
Don't forget before you fly
Before boarding your Toronto flight, don’t forget that you will need to get an electronic travel authorisation (eTA). Simply complete the online application and pay CAD $7. As it can take several days to issue, it is recommended that you get an eTA before you book your flight to Toronto. To find out more about the eTA system, and to apply, visit the official Canadian government website.