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Cheap round-trip flights to Toronto

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Toronto Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA CodeYYZ
Destination CityToronto
Number of Airlines Serving3
Flight Price$145
Popular AirlineAir Canada
Airline with Shortest Flight to TorontoAir Canada

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Cheap Flights to Toronto

The most multicultural city in Canada, Toronto has a great food scene, a number of historic attractions and a vibrant nightlife. Book your tickets to Toronto now and discover this Canadian metropolis for yourself.

When to Book Flights to Toronto

Winters in Toronto can be bitingly cold with snow and freezing temperatures the norm. Although this is the best season to find Cheap Flights to Toronto, it’s probably best to book your trip at another time of year unless you’re a fan of the snow.

The most popular time to visit the city is June to August. These all too brief summer months bring Toronto to life and there’s a real buzz about the city. However, with so many people heading north, finding cheap tickets to Toronto can be a bit of a challenge.

If you want to avoid the crowds and the chilly temperatures, book your flights to Toronto in April, May, September or October. The spring and fall months are generally mild in the city and the lack of crowds means you can experience Toronto like a local.

How to Find Cheap Flights to Toronto

Finding great deals on your airfare to Toronto is easy when you book with Orbitz. Start by using the ‘Advanced Options’ on the flights page to refine your search to nonstop or refundable flights and to select your preferred class or airline.

If you’re still in the early stages of planning your trip, tick the ‘My Dates Are Flexible’ box and you’ll be shown prices for flights on different days.

Often, you’ll find prices of flights to Toronto vary between different airport in your region. Use the ‘Nearby Airports’ link, located just beneath the airport search boxes on the results page, to see if there are any other terminals within easy reach. You can then use Orbitz to search for alternative departures.

US Departures to Toronto

Toronto Pearson International Airport

As well as being the main airport serving Toronto and the surrounding area, Toronto Pearson International is the busiest air hub in Canada. Tens of millions of passengers pass through its terminals every year and hundreds of flights depart every day. It offers an extensive choice of direct domestic flights and a wide variety of international destinations to choose from, with services departing for Europe, the US, Asia, Central America and the Caribbean.

An express rail link connects the airport with central Toronto and a wide choice of bus routes serve the terminal. Taxis, hire cars and private shuttles are also available at Toronto Pearson International.

Which Airlines Fly to Toronto?

A good selection of low-cost airlines and national carriers offer direct flights from US cities to Toronto.

These include:

  • Porter Airlines
  • Air Canada
  • American United
  • Delta
  • West Jet
  • United

How to Get Around Toronto

Like most cities in Canada, Toronto is very easy to explore using public transport. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) operates a network of streetcars, buses and subway lines, allowing you to travel around most of the city quickly and easily. Each ticket is valid for one continuous journey in a single direction. Tickets cost $3 each although discounts are available if you buy tokens in bulk. Daily, weekly and monthly travel passes are also available for those staying in the city a little longer.

If you’re feeling energetic, or are trying to keep warm on a chilly Toronto day, walking is a great way to explore the city. Walking gives you a chance to get off the beaten path and most areas of interest are accessible by foot. If you get tired, there’s always a bus or subway station within easy reach.

Must-See Attractions in Toronto

Toronto’s most famous sight is the CN Tower which stands at a vertigo inducing 1,815 feet. Travel up to the LookOut for sweeping views over Lake Ontario and walk across the glass floor of the Sky Terrace.

One of the most historic parts of Toronto is the Distillery District. Once the hub of the city’s brewing industry, it’s now home to a fantastic choice of galleries, performance spaces, bars and cafes. The neighborhood’s period buildings and pedestrian only streets give it a great atmosphere and make it a must-see during your stay in the city.

Tips for Traveling in Toronto

US citizens don’t need a visa to travel to Canada for stays of less than 180 days, however you should have a valid passport when entering the country.

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