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Find cheap flights to Toronto Pearson Airport from $938

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$2,569Air Canada
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$2,993Air New Zealand
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$3,219United Airlines
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$3,315United Airlines
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$3,973Qantas Airways
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Flights to Pearson Intl - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights to Pearson Intl to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What is the cheapest day to fly to Toronto?

The average price of all flights to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Toronto is Wednesday where tickets can be as cheap as $2,549. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Friday, where prices are $2,906 on average.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport is March, where tickets cost $2,815 on average for one-way flights. On the other hand, the most expensive months are January and June, where the average cost of tickets from Australia is $4,542 and $3,907 respectively. For return trips, the best month to travel is February with an average price of $2,249.

What is the cheapest time of day to fly to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport?

The average price for all flights to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport depending on the time of departure, clicked by users on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks.
The cheapest time of day to fly to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport is generally in the afternoon, when flights cost $1,731 on average. The most expensive time of day to fly to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport is generally in the evening, which is peak travel time and where the average cost of a ticket is $2,689.

How far in advance should I book a flight to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price, you should book around 1 week before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 34 days before departure.

How long is the flight to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport?

The duration of your flight to Toronto depends on your departure and arrival airports. Obviously any flights that include a layover will also be longer. The most popular routes to Toronto on KAYAK are from Brisbane, which takes 22h 42m, Melbourne, which takes 25h 30m, Perth, which takes 26h 00m, and Adelaide, which takes 29h 29m.

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February

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June
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When to book flights to Pearson Intl

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel to Pearson Intl based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
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FAQs - booking Toronto Pearson Airport flights

  • How do I get to Niagara Falls from Toronto Airport?

    The Toronto Airport is a favourite destination for those visiting Niagara Falls. You can get to the falls using the Via Rail service. From the airport, you can take the UP Express to Union Station where you can catch the Via Rail to Niagara Falls. The entire train ride takes about 2.5h. If you’re driving, it will take you about 1.5h. Alternatively, you can catch buses from nearby Hamilton.

  • Is there anywhere I can freshen up at the Toronto Airport?

    It feels good to stretch your legs after a long flight. The GoodLife Fitness gym at the Toronto Airport is equipped with training equipment, stretching mats, and free weights. If you’re just looking for a shower and to freshen up, it has a changing room with shower facilities including soap and hair dryers. The gym can be found in the Arrivals Area of Terminal 1 with rates starting at C$ 25 (A$ 28).

  • Where can I pick up some local currency at the Toronto Airport?

    You can pick up some Canadian dollars from the International Currency Exchange (ICE) counters available in the Arrivals Area of both terminals. While none of the kiosks are open 24h, some open as early as 04:00 and close as late as midnight. Those arriving late at night can also find ATMs in the Arrivals Area which accept foreign cards.

  • Is there anywhere I can store my luggage at the Toronto Airport?

    Samsonite offer a range of luggage storage solutions at the Toronto Airport, whether you are just looking to store a winter coat or a suit, or oversized equipment. Prices start at about C$ 3 (A$ 3.50) per day for clothing or C$ 6 (A$ 7) for luggage. You can find the baggage storage at the Check-in Area of Terminal 1, or under the escalator in the Terminal 3 Arrivals Area.

  • How do I get from the Toronto Airport to downtown Toronto?

    The Union Pearson Express (UP Express) is the most direct form of public transport into downtown Toronto and is designed to accommodate large luggage. The trains leave every 15min and it will take you about 25min to reach Union Station. If you’re travelling late at night or early in the morning, there are bus services that run all hours that can take you across the city.

  • How far is Toronto Pearson Airport from central Toronto?

    The distance between Toronto Pearson Airport and the city centre of Toronto is 19 km.

  • How much is a flight to Toronto?

    On average, a flight to Toronto costs $2,699. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost $1,823 and departed from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights to Toronto Pearson Airport?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights to Toronto Pearson Airport.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket to Toronto Pearson Airport?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Toronto Pearson Airport is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights to Toronto Pearson Airport?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional return ticket. You could then fly to Toronto Pearson Airport with an airline and back with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight to Toronto Pearson Airport?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Toronto Pearson Airport up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

  • Which airline offers the most flights to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport?

    Of the 8 airlines that fly to Toronto Pearson Intl Airport, Air Canada offers the most flights, with around 1,209 per week, followed by WestJet with 353 flights per week.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Toronto Pearson Airport

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Toronto Pearson Airport flight deals.
  • The Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) is Canada’s busiest airport, and the biggest hub to the country’s major airline Air Canada. Air Canada provide flights from various ports in Australia to Toronto with a stopover in Vancouver.
  • The Toronto Airport has two terminals (Terminal 1 and 3) which are connected by the automated LINK Train. This inter-airport transport can also take you to the nearby car park. The moving Express Walkway will help you navigate Terminal 1.
  • Nearby Mississauga and Hamilton are also served by the Toronto Airport, both cities within a 40min drive. Connected by the Via Rail system, some use Toronto as an alternative to flying to Montreal; however, the journey is 5h by train.
  • Toronto is a popular gateway to those visiting Lake Huron and the skiing on The Blue Mountains. The Greyhound buses provide a regular service to the Blue Mountain Ski Resort which takes about 4h. It takes about 2.5h to drive from Toronto Airport.
  • If you’re travelling with children, you can find family washrooms in Terminal 1’s Check-in Area, or in the Arrivals Area of Terminal 3 at the Toronto Airport. The washrooms are well equipped with full baby-changing facilities.
  • Those looking for some last-minute supplies before they leave the airport can find a DrugSmart chemist at the Link Train station in Terminal 1 of the Toronto Airport where you can pick up toiletries and medication.
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Australia to Toronto Pearson Intl

Monday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +65 more

ANA, AccesRail, +66 more

Tuesday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +70 more

ANA, AccesRail, +71 more

Wednesday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +63 more

ANA, AccesRail, +64 more

Thursday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +71 more

ANA, AccesRail, +72 more

Friday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +71 more

ANA, AccesRail, +72 more

Saturday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +67 more

ANA, AccesRail, +68 more

Sunday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +66 more

ANA, AccesRail, +67 more

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Direct returns

Toronto Pearson Intl to Australia

Monday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +65 more

ANA, AccesRail, +66 more

Tuesday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +70 more

ANA, AccesRail, +71 more

Wednesday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +63 more

ANA, AccesRail, +64 more

Thursday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +71 more

ANA, AccesRail, +72 more

Friday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +71 more

ANA, AccesRail, +72 more

Saturday

ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +67 more

ANA, AccesRail, +68 more

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ANA, AccesRail, Aegean Airlines, +66 more

ANA, AccesRail, +67 more

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Top 5 airlines flying to Pearson Intl

 
See real verified KAYAK customer reviews for airlines flying to Toronto. Airline scores are aggregated from all reviews left by passengers on KAYAK after flying with an airline from Australia to Toronto. KAYAK doesn’t show reviews that are older than 5 years. Learn how KAYAK collects reviews.
Need help choosing which airline to fly with to Pearson Intl? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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Asiana AirlinesOverall score based on 616 reviews
8.2comfort
8.2food
8.6crew
7.9entertainment
8.5boarding
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Flight attendants rude, they disappear for almost 3 hours not doing rounds to see what people needed. The laboratories were full of empty water cups, because they never come back to collect them.

8.0 ExcellentAnonymous, Mar 2024LAX - ICN
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Flight attendants rude, they disappear for almost 3 hours not doing rounds to see what people needed. The laboratories were full of empty water cups, because they never come back to collect them.

Flew on an Airbus 350-900. Excellent aircraft properly cleaned and serviced. Flight crew was excellent plane departed and arrived on time. The A350 has excellent air circulation far better than the 777. I would recommend Asiana to anyone looking to fly in a clean comfortable environment. This is my second round trip flight from New York to Bangkok via Asiana and I will book Asiana again!

Amazing service and fabulous syaff. Loved the jumbo jet too, comfortable.

The entertainment screens are dated and needs to be changed to new screens. Then when we got home, I found out 2 of our luggage’s were damaged (huge) and some items stolen.

I had the most wonderful experience from CEB bag drop through deplaning. The staff, the aircraft, food, and cabin crew were all amazing. I want to give a kudos to Marky from Mactan Cebu's Asiana airport staff for his exceptional customer service and assistance.

JetBlue's check-in was great, but there was an in-flight attendant who was very rude and unkind. I didn't realize that the bathrooms were already locked 30 mins prior to landing and needed to use the restroom. Instead of politely asking me to return, she rudely told me, 'NO, bathrooms are locked! Go back to your seat!' The JetBlue flight was more than an hour delay, which made me almost miss my connecting flight with Asiana. I understand the reasoning, but the action they took to get a hold of maintenance was time consuming. It took them more than 30 mins to get a hold of maintenance and for maintenance to get started. The Asiana flight and crew were wonderful, in general. They waited for us who were delayed from the previous flight before they took off and were very kind to take my checked baggage's info. Seats were a little uncomfortable for such long flight, but service and flight attendants were great! However, my 3 checked baggages are missing! They're lost somewhere in the transition. I'm writing this review 3 days after my arrival to the Philippines, and my 3 checked baggages, where my wedding dress is, are all still missing! I and the CEB airport crew have sent multiple emails to both JetBlue and Asiana, and neither has responded to any of our emails. Although, I was able to get in contact with JetBlue's Interline Department who confirmed that the bags were turned over to Asiana without confirmation details.

Aside from a LOT of turbulence the flight was perfect! The flight crew was superb and the food was delicious!

The seats (legroom) are tight and chairs cushion is stiff (not comfortable). The crew was courteous, professional and friendly. There was no food / snack for this flight (very short flight, but still would be nice to provide some snack for the enjoyment).

The crew attended to my needs and the foods served are delivious.

No problems upon arriving at Incheon and transferring to Manila. The plane was on time. However you cannot check flight status on the app for updates. Good could have been more palatable. Crew were amazingly.

The staff and crew on board were excellent. Business class however, was very weird. I thought we would have individual pods, but the way it was set up was unexpected. Not very private and If you wanted to lay down, you had to have an entire bed made up for you by the crew, rather than how Delta one works where you could just lie down whenever you feel like it. It was a 16 hour flight. I chose not to have my bed made, and that turned out to be a good idea because everybody who had their bed made had to wait for the crew to roll up their mattresses. So strange!

Food was not good. We asked for Muslim food and it was weird tasteless type of boiled veges.

Couldn’t request a vegan meal somehow but I noticed other people getting them

United flight from SFO to PDX was cancelled. I will ask for a refund. Had to book on Alaska

They announced food service but then never came around. We also couldn’t land so kept trying to get to runway and then had to come up and go around happened like 3 times and cause the child next to me to start throwing up

There was a snafu with confirming seats at check which left us in limbo for the second leg of our trip. I believe the ANZ app is not well integrated with the systems at the terminal resulting in this disconcerting error.

Just a hiccup being added to the NZ Traveller Declaration a bit late.

Boarding instructions on one leg of my journey were not well communicated at the gate (Melbourne to Auckland)

The only thing that was less than excellent was the food server at dinner. (I had the chicken.) It wasn't that it was poorly heated or in difficult-to-open containers; it was just that it had a very peculiar taste. And I use that to describe not just the main course but the dessert as well. Very odd flavours for what seemed to be a mainstream item. I did like that the airline offered us a free glass of wine. The breakfast omelette wasn't bad, although it was quite bland.

Pros: "The crew was very very attentive. Asked if we wanted water at least 4 times in the first 3 hours of the 12 hour flight before bed. (Red eye flight) They did there jobs well."
Cons: "The dinner choices have been exactly the same for many years now. It’s probably time to bring the menu up to the times again. Food wasn’t bad but it does need a refresh."

The staff we fantastic and seemed to work very well with each other

Business lounge in Melbourne mediocre. Look at Emirates or Qatar, Qantas! Great friendly crew. Food was good but Emirates is a level above. Business seat good. But can’t compare to Qatar. Main reason for booking Qantas is loyalty and terrific connection via Perth to LHR.

I was pleasantly surprised with my flight to LA with Qantas. Although seats were not the roomies, service was excellent.

The service and smooth landing. Food was delicious and the staff was friendly. We arrived earlier than scheduled.

Wonderful crew, good food. Absolutely loved the wine spritz and wish I could buy it!

Don’t like last minute airline change. Not able to choose seat earlier.

It's only a short trip from Sydney to Melbourne, which i have done many times. The trip met my expectations

I really appreciated the fact that when I checked my bags at the Quantas counter after arriving from an international flight an hour early, the agent noticed I had a very long layover. He then found an earlier flight that allowed me to get to Cairns several hours earlier than I planned. That was amazing because I had already traveled over 20 hours and wasn’t looking forward to such a long layover. It allowed me to see my daughter and grandchildren much earlier (it had been two years since I visited last).

Qantas cancelled my flight for no good reason and rebooked me into a middle seat.

The flight met my expectations. It left and landed on time

Aircraft has better leg room than any of United's larger planes. We had requested mobility assistance for this and related flights. United's response to all was superb.

No snacks served! Seating in the kast row in uncomfortable.

Flight was fine, it was delayed but only 30 minutes, staff were efficient, lady making announcements at LAX was really hard to understand but the rest were great.

The male air hostess was rude and didn’t even offer me a drink. Poor customer service!

We left really late. Things that were out if anybody’s control I guess.

When I purchased my ticket, I assumed it was a real ticket, as in, when I go to the airport I am guaranteed a seat. Not so. When I checked in 24 hours ahead of time, I noticed I did not have a seat assignment and my boarding pass said "Standby." I was informed at the gate that the flight was full and I may not get on that plane. I don't recall being offered the option of selecting a seat when I checked in, and apparently, for the honor of pre-selecting a seat, you must pay an additional fee. So, a ticket really isn't a ticket, it's actually a lottery and if you're lucky, you may make it on board - or you can choose to be extorted for extra money for the guarantee of a seat. It's like making reservations with the Godfather - one payment isn't enough, there's always another bribe you have to make. After the first few zones were called and I hadn't been informed of my status, I went to the gate agent and they handed me a boarding pass, for the very last row near the restrooms, in between two very large people. Apparently that was my punishment for not purchasing a seat ahead of time. Airline service has not only gotten more expensive, but the return on your money has shrunk and there is little regard for the passengers. This feels like a racket. I am not pleased, as you may have gathered.

It was your usual flight. Nothing exemplary. Due to turbulance, the drinks were served 20 min before landing. Meh.

Upgrade planes to have larger overhead bins, especially on this popular route and first class. Easy flight to Chicago, good service in first class. Can't wait for seatback entertainment to be brought back. I like the free wifi and messaging with T-Mobile. Although, the tray tables are not big enough to work even on a small laptop - so why is it called "business" class? Flight attendant said that the flight was too short to even serve water. I've flown that route several times, and that is the first time I ever heard that. No chargers in the seats. Rough landing.

My only concern was that we were on the tarmac for so long and weren’t told what was happening. It turned out that the system needed to be restarted but it would have been nice to know earlier.

The boarding on this Air Canada flight from Toronto to Barcelona was a complete mess. The ticket was written under United but they were actually Air Canada flights. We went from one end of the Toronto airport to the complete other side.

Overall I will say it was a very good experience. It was as comfortable as can be expected for such a long flight - 12 hours from Toronto to Tokyo. Everyone was very pleasant and polite. Even the passengers were cooperative and trying to be nice to each other. Of course the space is limited on such a long flight. The bathrooms were actually very clean. The food was very good. I liked how there was a variety of food options. The in flight entertainment system was also very impressive! There were some children on the flight but they were well behaved and hardly ever crying. Great Job Canada Air! I will definitely fly with Air Canada again!

Seats could be more comfortable and food can be better and price was too high

Lost my bag. My first ever flight with them that they forced me to gate check my bag on, due to them having a 30 year old plane with small carry on bins, and they lost my bag. Never again.

The seats are so close together and when the person in front of you reclines the back of their seat you have even less room. It's quite uncomfortable.

The trip was fine and uneventful. The seat in business class was very uncomfortable which was disappointing given the extra cost. It was spacious but it felt like I was sitting on metal bars. The food in business class wasn't very good. The flight was ahead of time, the staff was professional and courteous and our luggage arrived safely.

Got the email to check in but when I tried to check in it said "cannot connect to server", so checked in at the desk.

For me was not enough water. + 200 ml would be perfect… Generally it was good.

Again we were late leaving Austin , there was no tv screen for the 3.5 hr flight, the pizza I bought was kinda bland

Main chicken dish was okay but the beef snack was not. Restrooms in the back were clean and uncrowded in spite of the full plane, although our friend in the section forward did not find them the same there. Delayed one hour on tarmac before we could leave Rome.

The crew could have been more gentle passing thru the isles rather than violently hitting/bumping into isle-side seats. They were always running through the isle.

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Last minute flights to Pearson Intl

Last minute flight, train and bus deals

 
These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights to Toronto that are departing in the next 10 days.
21/4So
multi-stopDelta
27h 50mSYD-YYZ
28/4So
multi-stopDelta
27h 15mYYZ-SYD
$3,098
19/4Fr
multi-stopDelta
27h 50mSYD-YYZ
27/4Sa
multi-stopDelta
27h 15mYYZ-SYD
$3,171
21/4So
multi-stop
37h 30mSYD-YYZ
28/4So
multi-stop
42h 10mYYZ-SYD
$3,305
19/4Fr
multi-stopUnited Airlines
28h 27mSYD-YYZ
27/4Sa
multi-stopUnited Airlines
46h 20mYYZ-SYD
$3,392
19/4Fr
multi-stopUnited Airlines
28h 27mSYD-YYZ
27/4Sa
multi-stopUnited Airlines
22h 45mYYZ-SYD
$3,426
21/4So
multi-stop
47h 42mSYD-YYZ
28/4So
multi-stop
34h 45mYYZ-SYD
$3,644
21/4So
multi-stop
47h 42mSYD-YYZ
28/4So
multi-stop
30h 00mYYZ-SYD
$3,650
21/4So
multi-stopCathay Pacific
30h 05mSYD-YYZ
27/4Sa
multi-stopCathay Pacific
28h 30mYYZ-SYD
$4,704
21/4So
multi-stopCathay Pacific
30h 05mSYD-YYZ
27/4Sa
multi-stopCathay Pacific
39h 30mYYZ-SYD
$4,967
19/4Fr
multi-stopLATAM Airlines
38h 35mSYD-YYZ
27/4Sa
multi-stopLATAM Airlines
44h 15mYYZ-SYD
$7,090

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