Travellers have found it’s best to book a flight 61 days in advance to save up to 98% compared to booking the same week of travel. As your travel date approaches, the cost of this flight route may potentially increase. While opting to book 61 days out may not be an option for all, there are still additional ways to secure a deal in the near future. You might find a flight from Toronto to Nova Scotia 1-2 weeks in advance for as low as C$ 410, or C$ 583 for flights within the next 24 hours.
May is one of the best times of the year to fly to Nova Scotia from Toronto. Prices for May average C$ 321 per person but you can even find prices for as low as C$ 160. The most expensive prices can be found in the month of December. Opting for a May flight can save you 47% on your journey compared to booking in May
Regardless of the time of day you decide to fly, the ticket price will remain around the same. Book flights from Toronto to Nova Scotia as you normally would.
Due to the rapidly changing circumstances due to COVID-19, airlines like Swoop, Air Canada, and WestJet flying from Toronto to Nova Scotia have implemented new flexible cancellation policies.
Yes, there are multiple flights from Toronto to Nova Scotia for under C$ 100. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Flair Airlines for just C$ 56, but on average you can expect to pay C$ 109.
Cheapflights has 20 direct flights from Toronto to Nova Scotia under C$ 200. A good price for a direct flight from Toronto to Nova Scotia is less than C$ 254.
There are currently 20+ open flights from Toronto to Nova Scotia within the next 7 days for less than C$ 300.
Direct flights are available for this route on the following days: Sunday, Monday, Friday, Saturday.
On average, you can expect to see 11 flights from Toronto to Nova Scotia a day.
Morning (6am - Midday) - 9% of flight departures
Afternoon (Noon - 6pm) - 27% of flight departures
Evening (6pm - Midnight) - 64% of flight departures
A quick flight from Toronto to Nova Scotia can take about 2h. Flair Airlines provides one of the quickest options available for as low as C$ 56. The distance from Toronto to Nova Scotia is about 1294 km. All flights are typically direct.
While some choose either Toronto Island - Halifax Intl or Toronto Hamilton - Halifax Intl, Toronto Pearson Intl - Halifax Intl is the most popular route from Toronto to Nova Scotia.
No one likes to see their flight delayed. When booking a flight from Toronto to Nova Scotia consider choosing Cathay Pacific (100%), China Eastern (94%) or Korean Air (81%) as they are the most reliable in getting you off to your destination on time.
Air Canada, Flair Airlines and Porter Airlines are the most popular airlines when flying from Toronto to Nova Scotia.
On average you can expect to pay C$ 597 for a flight from Toronto to Nova Scotia. The cheapest flight overall is C$ 123 while the most popular route, (Toronto Pearson Intl - Halifax Intl) is currently priced at C$ 248.
You can find flights to Nova Scotia from all three of the major airports that service Toronto. John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport has several, Pearson International Airport serves these routes, and so does Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. You will likely fly into either Halifax or Sydney. They’re located on opposite ends of the region. Halifax Stanfield International Airport is located in Goffs. This area is quite rural. The airport serves all of Halifax and Nova Scotia’s mainland area. The airport is eighth busiest in the nation. It serves more than 4 million passengers a year. JA Douglas McCurdy Sydney Airport is located in Reserve Mines in Nova Scotia. It serves Cape Breton Island. It’s just east of the downtown section of Sydney. Typically the airport only accommodates smaller aircraft.
There are quite a few direct flights to Nova Scotia from Toronto. Swoop operates a couple through Hamilton. You can make this trip in about two hours. WestJet has some offered from Pearson. Air Canada also flies from Pearson to Halifax. Air Canada also offers a non-stop flight from Pearson to the Sydney airport. It’s 2h 13m.
You can fly with Porter Airlines and make a stop in Ottawa or Montreal. Many of these stopovers are only about a half-hour long. WestJet also stops in Ottawa or Montreal for similar amounts of time. Air Canada has a stop in St. John or one in Fredericton. Travel times for any of these flights don’t typically go over around seven hours, but they’re usually much shorter than that. If you’re going to fly to Sydney, you will stop in Montreal and Halifax on WestJet before getting to your final stop. Air Canada just makes a stop in Montreal. These flights are usually somewhere around five to six hours of travel time but they can go as high as close to eight.
No you won’t need your passport or a visa. This is not an international flight. You need a valid form of identification for when you get to the airport, but that can be something other than your passport. You can, however, use your passport for ID if you would like.
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