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Fly from Vancouver to Toronto
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Destination information for Toronto
Flight duration4 hrs 30 mins
Airports close to Vancouver
- Vancouver International (YVR)
Airports serving Toronto
- Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
- Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)
Temp on Avg for November in Toronto8.1 °C
Avg rainfall for November in Toronto44.5 mm
Cheap flights from Vancouver to Toronto
Toronto is the most sought-after city in Canada, pulling in over 40 million visitors a year. It sings from the same songbook as other cities in this corner of North America, serving up viewing towers, a great shopping scene, thriving waterfronts and colossal sports stadiums. Plus, it’s within easy day-tripping distance of Niagara Falls and the Great Lakes.
Tempted? Flights are only 4.5 hours long – and the cheapest deliver you directly to Vancouver.
How long is the flight from Vancouver to Toronto?
Direct flights are around 4 hours 30 minutes long.
Which airlines operate flights from Vancouver to Toronto?
WestJet and Air Canada are among the airlines that lay on Vancouver to Toronto flights.
How frequent are flights between Vancouver and Toronto?
There are usually around 14 flights a day from Vancouver to Toronto.
Which airports serve Vancouver and Toronto?
All flights jet off from Vancouver International Airport and land in Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Which direct flight route between Vancouver and Toronto is cheapest?
The cheapest Vancouver to Toronto flights usually take off in the early morning or late evening.
Toronto is the entertainment capital of Canada. The city stars a blooming theatre district and a visible film industry that sees the streets regularly double as New York City. You could book a ticket for a touring Broadway show, catch a Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game, sample the music bars and nightclubs, or see the city nightscape from the CN Tower.
It’s well worth timing your flight from Vancouver to Toronto just right. Toronto has very distinct seasons, so head there between July and September for a hot summer, hit the local ski hills in January and February, and catch the fall colours from mid-September to mid-October.
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