C$ 251 - C$ 425
1 - 24 °C
74 - 134 mm
|Most popular in||November||High demand for flights, 14% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||September||Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop|
|Average price||C$ 414||Price for this month|
|Cheapest price||C$ 251||From Toronto to Halifax|
Direct flights are available for this route on the following days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
The Toronto to Halifax Intl flight path was viewed by 2,798 users in the past month. Keep an eye out for changes in search interest prior to high and low season.
Flights from Toronto to Halifax are usually delayed by 44 min, so prepare accordingly.
1,483 seats are available from Toronto to Halifax Intl per day on average.
Air Canada offers the cheapest flights from Toronto to Halifax. Per day you can find on average 231 flights for this route and airline.
A direct flight takes up to 2 hours, covering a distance of 804 kilometres.
Per day, 163 flights depart from Toronto to Halifax Intl on average.
Early Morning (Midnight to 6am) - 1% of flight departures
Morning (6am - Noon) - 20% of flight departures
Afternoon (Noon - 6pm) - 24% of flight departures
Evening (6pm - Midnight) - 55% of flight departures
With an average temperature of 25 °C, peak weather can be found in July. As a traveller, expect to see changes in flight prices during that period. The temperatures in Halifax are colder than in Toronto.
There are three airports that serve flights from Toronto to Halifax. You can fly out of John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport in Hamilton, Pearson International Airport, or Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. All of these flights will land in Halifax at Stanfield International Airport. The airport in Halifax is located in rural surroundings. It serves Halifax, but also Nova Scotia’s mainland area. This airport is the eighth busiest in all of Canada.
There are quite a few direct flights to Halifax from Toronto, so you’ll have plenty to choose from. You can leave from Hamilton and take a non-stop to Halifax on Swoop. It’s a two-hour flight. WestJet flies out of Pearson to Halifax for a two-hour flight. Air Canada has non-stop flights offered out of Pearson also. There aren’t direct flights going out of Billy Bishop Toronto City.
If you choose a flight with a stopover, your flight might land in Ottawa or Montreal along the way if you fly with Porter Airlines. WestJet also has stopovers in those two locations. Air Canada stops in Montreal most of the time, but there are some of theirs that stop in Ottawa also. There are a couple of flights that stop in Fredericton. Many of the stopovers are not much more than half an hour. Most are not more than a couple of hours. Your flight will only be extended by three hours at the most. In many cases, it won’t be more than double what the direct flights are.
No you do not need to have your passport or get a visa to fly this route. You will need a valid form of identification to show at the airport before boarding your flight. This can be your passport if you so desire.