Flights from New York to Toronto

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Flight information New York to Toronto

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Average flight time, total distance 562 kilometres

1h 29min

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Air Canada

Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Buttonville, Toronto Island and others

5 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 5 airports in Toronto: Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Buttonville, Toronto Island, and Hamilton.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New York to Toronto is €137. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 29min is the average flight time from New York to Toronto.
There are 12 airlines who fly direct from New York to Toronto.
As of December, there are 372 flights per week flying from New York to Toronto.

Information is correct as of April 2016

Airlines that fly from New York to Toronto

WestJet, Air Canada, Delta, Porter, United, Republic Airlines, and American Airlines have direct flights from New York to Toronto.

Air Canada fly from LaGuardia and Newark to Toronto City Airport, and Toronto Pearson. WestJet and Delta fly from LaGuardia to Toronto Pearson. Porter fly from Newark to Toronto City. United and Republic Airlines fly from Newark to Toronto Pearson. American fly from LaGuardia and JFK to Toronto Pearson.

Terminal Information – Departing

Flying from New York LaGuardia

Air Canada depart from Concourse A in Terminal B. Westjet departs from Terminal D, and Delta change between C and D. American depart from Terminal B and C. To get to LaGuardia, the M60 Select Bus Service is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to reach the airport. You will need to purchase a ticket before alighting the bus.

Free Wifi is available all over the airport, but it is capped at 30 minutes.

Flying from Newark

Air Canada, American, Republic and United depart from Terminal A. Porter Airlines depart from Terminal B. As you can imagine, Terminal A can become quite congested during peak hours so it's best to leave early to make sure your trip is stress free. There's a handful of restaurants and bars to choose from in Terminals A and B, and free Wifi is available.

There are 6 trains every hour from New York Penn Station to Newark, and it should cost just $18 for your ticket all together. There's also an Express Bus Service directly to Newark, which costs just $17 one way. Alternatively, you can jump in a cab, which will set you back $67 from Manhattan.

Flying from New York JFK

American Airlines depart from Terminal 8 at JFK. Terminal 8 is a long terminal, and the facilities are fairly new. It's an easy terminal to travel through, provided it's not crowded. It's well worth setting off early for your flight if you know you're travelling at a busy time. There are plenty of options for food, as well as a Sports Bar. You'll also be pleased to know there are recharging stations around the terminal for your devices, and free Wifi is provided.

To get to JFK, you can jump in a yellow cab, which will cost upwards of $52 (€46+), not including tip. You could always use the subway and the Airtrain to get to your terminal, which will cost just $7.25. This might not be the best option if you have baggage, as travel on the subway includes a lot of stairs.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Arriving in Toronto Pearson

Toronto Pearson is a large international airport, servicing both the city of Toronto and the outlying suburbs. It's closeby to Mississauga and Brampton, but there are good connections to Downtown too.

The UP Express Service to Toronto is ideal for fast connections to the city – it takes 25 minutes and costs $12CAD (€8+) one way, per person. These depart every 15 minutes between 5.30am and 1am. The Subway from the TTC on the Arrivals level also have fast services, including the 52, 192, 300 and 307. The 192 is known as the 'Airport Rocket, which departs every 10 minutes between the hours of 5.30am and 1am. The 300a and 307 are the slightly less frequent night buses to downtown Toronto.

Taxis cost between $55 - $60 CAD (€38+) plus tip. These will take about 45 minutes to get to downtown Toronto. Mini buses and transfers can work out at slightly cheaper, if you're heading to a hotel.

Arriving in Toronto City

Toronto City Airport, also known as Billy Bishop Airport, is located on Toronto Island. It's consistently named one of the best airports in North America by Skytrax, and it's a breeze to fly though if you need to get to Toronto city centre ASAP. On arrival, the Billy Bishop Cafe and Espresso Bar will keep you fed and watered before you head to the city.

Billy Bishop Airport is perfect for inter city connections, as it's on the edge of downtown Toronto. You can reach the city with a free express shuttle. Alternatively, the ferry makes a scenic ride and is also free for passengers. The 511 Bathurst Street car is ideal for further connections, and there are plenty of taxis outside of the airport.

Practical Information

Toronto is in Canada, whereas New York is in the United States. Whilst these countries are culturally similar, Canada uses the Canadian Dollar, whereas America uses the US. At the time of writing, one Canadian dollar is worth 70 Cents.

Make sure you arrive at the airport 2 hours before your flight is due to leave.

What to expect in Toronto

Consumer prices are 37% lower in Toronto than they are in New York. They are both major cities with bustling financial districts, but Toronto tends to be a little less 'high pressure' than New York. Find our 10 favourite things to do in Toronto.

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