Flights from Newcastle to Toronto
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- Wed 13 NovNCLYYZTue 19 NovYYZNCLAir FranceIndirectfrom £295
- Tue 12 NovNCLYYZMon 18 NovYYZNCLAir FranceIndirectfrom £296
- Wed 13 NovNCLYYZMon 18 NovYYZNCLAir FranceIndirectfrom £297
Flight information Newcastle to Toronto
Cheapest return price last month
Average flight time, total distance 3423 miles
Most popular airline last month
Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Buttonville, Toronto Island and others
Frequently asked questions
Flying from Newcastle to Toronto involves making at least one connection. The airlines that you can take include Aer Lingus, United, Jet Airways, KLM, Delta, CityJet, British Airways, and Air France. Flights from Newcastle to Toronto might involve making stops in Dublin, Amsterdam, Paris, or London. If you take cheap flights from Newcastle to Toronto that involve two stops, you might stop in Dublin and Chicago. Other flights from Newcastle to Toronto may stop in both Paris and Detroit.
You'll be able to find flights each day of the week. Most cheap flights from Newcastle to Toronto leave in the morning. This can give you time to make it to Canada by the end of the day. A few schedules may ask you to take an overnight flight or layover as you travel from Newcastle to Toronto.
It's best to arrive at least two hours before your scheduled flight. Some airlines, including British Airways, Air France, and KLM, offer online check-in. You'll need to have a passport available to show security officers and airline agents. This documentation will also be required when you pass through Canadian customs.
Newcastle International Airport (NCL) has one terminal. It has shops, like Boots and WHSmith, as well as quick bites, like Pita & Brew, and a sit down American diner called Flying Hippo to accommodate travellers. Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) has two terminals. Terminal 1 houses United Airlines and its affiliated airline companies. With no Terminal 2 at the airport, Terminal 3 is where American Airlines, Air France, British Airways, and KLM are located. Each terminal has fast-food restaurants, sit-down establishments, newsstands, and clothing and accessory stores.
From YYZ, you can take a high-speed rail to the city of Toronto. The Union Pearson Express departs from the airport every 15 minutes. It leaves out of a station in Terminal 1 at YYZ. Passengers arriving in Terminal 3 can take the free LINK Train to Terminal 1. The total travel time from the airport station to Union Station is 25 minutes. Taxis, buses, and rental cars are other options for people heading into the city.
What to Know When Arriving in Toronto
There is a five-hour difference between Toronto and Newcastle. Make sure you adjust accordingly and try to stay awake on your first evening in town. If you're looking for a place to get Canadian dollars, you can head to an International Currency Exchange (ICE) centre. They're located in several places in both terminals of YYZ. Banks and other currency exchange centres can be found in the city. If you're a shopper, you can exchange money at the Toronto Eaton Centre.
The Weather in Toronto
Toronto has distinct seasons, so take that into consideration as you pack your bags. Highs can range from over 25°C in the summer to just under zero degrees in the winter. Snow can fall anytime from late autumn to early spring, and the summer months see frequent rainstorms. In Newcastle, the swings in temperature are much less dramatic. The summers are cool and feature temperatures in the teens. The winters usually remain above freezing.
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