Toronto Airport

2 Flight routes to & from Toronto (YTO)

Flight Edinburgh (EDI) - Toronto (YTO)
Air Canada (AC1905), Deutsche Lufthansa (LH6712), United Airlines (UA8605)
£345.93
Flight Manchester (MAN) - Toronto (YTO)
Air Transat (TS565, TS265, TS293, TS209), Air Canada (AC1931), Deutsche Lufthansa (LH6716), Brussels Airlines (SN9629), United Airlines (UA8253)
£491.14

Toronto Airport

Airport Toronto
YTO is the Metropolitan Area Code of the canadian city Toronto. At present, the airports within the area are Kitchener-Waterloo Int. Airport (YKF),  Toronto Pearson International (YYZ), Toronto Island (YTZ) and Hamilton-John C. Munro International Airport (YHM), which is about 50 miles further south west near the town of Hamilton.
  • Time zone: GMT -5
  • Nearby cities: Toronto (6 km), Oshawa (51 km), Guelph (71 km), Barrie (87 km), Kitchener (91 km), Buffalo (94 km)
  • Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.73%), Tuesday (13.43%), Wednesday (13.81%), Thursday (14.47%), Friday (15.22%), Saturday (13.43%), Sunday (14.91%)
  • Alternative spelling: Torontas, Торонто, Таронта, Τορόντο, ടൊറാന്റോ, ٹورانٹو, تورونتو, تورنتو, טורונטו, טאראנטא, ტორონტო, Տորոնտո, ரொறன்ரோ, ਟਾਰਾਂਟੋ, টরোন্টো, टोरण्टो, टोरोंटो, टोरंटो, టొరంటో, ಟೊರಾಂಟೋ, ടോറോണ്ടോ, ਟੋਰਾਂਟੋ, 토론토, トロント, 多倫多, 多伦多, โทรอนโต

Most popular destinations from Toronto (Flights per week )


Top airlines (percentage of departures and arrivals)

  1. Air Canada (8088, 37,03 %)
  2. Porter Airlines (2817, 12,90 %)
  3. American Airlines (2382, 10,91 %)
  4. Westjet (2286, 10,47 %)
  5. Delta Air Lines (2134, 9,77 %)
  6. United Airlines (1432, 6,56 %)
  7. Sunwing Airlines (386, 1,77 %)
  8. Air Transat (356, 1,63 %)
  9. British Airways (128, 0,59 %)
  10. Air France (64, 0,29 %)
  11. other (8.08 %)

Location
Opened in 1939, Toronto - Lester Bowies Pearson International Airport is the largest and most important airport in Canada and is one of the 50 busiest commercial airports in the world. It is located about 22 kilometers northwest of the city centre. It is very easy to reach by car, e.g. via the signposted Highways #401, 407 and 427 and also from downtown via the Gardiner Expressway.

In addition to getting to and from the airport by car, cab or rental car, there is also the option of using public transportation. A regular shuttle service is offered between the airport and downtown Toronto with the "Downtown Express". This shuttle bus stops at the domestic and international terminals.

Other Toronto Transit Commission public bus routes serving the airport include # 58A Malton, 192 Airport Rocket, 300A to Bloor-Danforth and 307 to Eglinton West. In addition, Mississauga Transit's #7 bus route and Brampton Transit's #101 bus route also stop at the airport.

Toronto - Billy Bishop City Airport, which began operations in 1939, is Toronto's oldest airport and is now only used for domestic flights. It is located only about 3 to 4 kilometers south of downtown on Toronto Island. The distance to Pearson Airport is approximately 22 kilometers.

Travel to and from the airport is possible by various means. Either by ferry, which runs regularly between approximately 5:00 a.m. to midnight every 15 minutes, by shuttle bus, which operates between Union Station in downtown Toronto and the ferry terminal or by Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) tram lines 509 and 511.

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport is located near the Hamilton/Lake Ontario city of the same name. Due to its proximity to the provincial capital of Toronto, it is also known as Toronto - Hamilton Airport. It is located about 14 kilometers south of central Hamilton and about 80 kilometers southeast of central Toronto.

The airport is about 75 kilometers from Pearson Airport and about 80 kilometers from City Airport. In addition to the usual means of getting to and from the airport by car, taxi or rental car, there is also the option of using the Hamilton Street Railway's "A Line Express" bus route number 20 between the airport and the city centre.

Kitchener/Waterloo Airport also known as Toronto-Waterloo Airport is the smallest airport in the Toronto metropolitan area and is located approximately 12 kilometers east of Kitchener/Waterloo and approximately 110 kilometers southwest of Toronto Central. It can be reached quickly from Toronto via Ontario Highway 401.

There is currently no direct public shuttle service operating between the four airports. The transfer involves several transfers in each case, but it is possible to book a direct transfer via private shuttle service providers, which are offered on the airport websites. Furthermore, there are also good connections to local and long-distance public transport from all airports.