Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Toronto
Flight information Boston Logan International to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 453 miles
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Visit the lovely capital of America’s northern neighbor. Although 550 miles separate Boston and Toronto, it’s a quick trip when you fly direct. The average nonstop flight spends about an hour and a half in the air.
Air Canada operates a nonstop service from Boston Logan International(BOS) to Toronto Pearson International Airport(YYZ.) With more than 30 direct flights scheduled each week, it should be easy to find a convenient time. Don’t forget to bring your passport, as it’s required when traveling between U.S. and Canadian borders.
Making your way to Logan Airport
Relatively speaking, Logan Airport is an easy place to fly. For a major urban airport, it’s small and manageable. There are four moderately sized terminals, A, B, C, and E, and all are linked by moving walkways and shuttle buses. You’ll find a good selection of bars, restaurants, and shops to suit every price point, there’s free WiFi, and power sockets are abundant.
If you decide to drive to Logan, you shouldn’t have much difficulty. As always, it pays to avoid rush hour, and keep in mind that the tunnels on some routes charge a $3.50 toll. Parking at the airport is pretty expensive, even in the economy lot, but you do get a break for longer stays.
Getting to BOS by public transportation is a great option. The MBTA’s affordable Silver Line bus is a dedicated, express airport service which connects to the Red Line at South Station. There’s plenty of room for your luggage, and it stops at every terminal. The Blue Line is another option with an airport stop, but you’ll have to catch the free Massport shuttle between the stop and your terminal.
Arriving in Toronto
One of Toronto’s nicknames is “the city within a park.” This elegant, clean, and beautiful city has been designed with large amounts of green public space, and in the milder months, it is a wonderful place for walking, exploring, and generally enjoying yourself outdoors.
The iconic CN Tower is certainly worth a trip. You can even book a table in the Revolving 360 Restaurant, where you can dine amid amazing views of the skyline.
Toronto is a city full of culture, and the Distillery District is the heart of the artistic scene. It’s packed with galleries, boutiques, and many of the city’s world-class restaurants. The huge and fascinating Royal Ontario Museum has something to offer everyone, covering world culture and natural history, with many permanent and visiting exhibits.
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