Cheap Flights from Vancouver to Toronto
Flight information Vancouver to Toronto
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 2075 miles
Most popular airline last month
Toronto Pearson International, Hamilton, Kitchener / Waterloo and Toronto Island
This information is correct as of April 2016
Airlines that fly from Vancouver to Toronto
Air Canada, Air Transat, Sunwing Airlines and WestJet all fly direct from Vancouver-International to Toronto-Pearson.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Domestic flights leave from concourses A, B and C. This section of the airport has a good range of snack bars, coffee shops and restaurants. Canadian favourite Tim Hortons has an outlet, as do global names like Starbucks and Camden Food Co. There are plenty of places to grab a heavier bite to eat, whether you're in the mood for burgers or Asian cuisine. Shopping after security is limited, but does include a PGA Tour Shop for golfing enthusiasts, a Gallerie Vancouver for gifts and souvenirs, and a Relay for in-flight literature. The concourse also has an Absolute Spa and a Plaza Premium Lounge: perfect if you want to pamper yourself before your flight. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport, ideal if you've got some last minute emails to send or hotels to book.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Toronto-Pearson International Airport is about 17 miles away from downtown Toronto. Air Canada and Sunwing Airlines flights land at terminal 1 while Air Transat and WestJet land at terminal 3. Both terminals offer a range of public transport and car hire desks. The Union Pearson Express train leaves from terminal 1 (you can take the terminal LINK train to the station if you're coming from terminal 3). Public buses, run by TTC, leave from both terminals. The 192 Airport Rocket Bus takes less than half an hour to reach the city centre if traffic is on your side. GO Transit, MiWay and Brampton Transit buses offer connections to other destinations in the Vancouver area. Taxis are available from outside the arrivals hall of both terminals.
Aim to arrive at the airport 90 minutes before scheduled departure. You don't need a passport to fly on domestic routes within Canada. You will need a form of government issued photographic identification such as a driver's license, citizenship card, or provincial identity card. If you're a British citizen travelling within Canada we recommend using your passport. A full list of approved identification for domestic travel can be found on the Public Safety Canada website.
What to expect in Toronto
Toronto is three hours ahead of Vancouver. The weather in Toronto is more extreme than Vancouver, with hotter summers and colder winters. You can expect an average temperature of 21°C during July and August, and -3°C during January and February. In terms of spending money, prices in Toronto are fairly similar to Vancouver. Toronto is slightly more expensive in terms of dining, drinking and taking taxis.
*Prices subject to change
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