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Cheap Flights from New York to Toronto

Flight information New York to Toronto

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$156

Non-stop airlines

11

Flights per week

392

Average flight time, total distance 349 miles

1h 29min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton

4 airports

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Majestic sights. Skyscrapers everywhere you look. Times Square. Central Park. Most people envision these things when they think about New York City, and for a very good reason. For centuries, America’s largest city has been at the forefront of its economic, cultural, and political scene.

For plenty of New Yorkers, the journey north across the border to Canada is an affordable vacation and fun-filled adventure. While Quebec is the closest province distance wise, Ontario is not far either by plane. The destination and capital city of Toronto is always teeming with activity, and its attractions are a lot cheaper than those back home! The Canadian metropolis is 344 miles to the Northwest of NYC, and standard route times are about 1 hour. Air Canada, American Airlines, and United all offer non-stop flights from New York to Toronto.

Now leaving JFK International

It is common for airports in major cities to represent their location’s respective population density; John F. Kennedy International is by no means an exception. As one can imagine, annual passenger traffic and number of aircraft movements processed through New York’s largest airport are phenomenal.

More than 50 million people passed through its 6 terminals and 128 passenger gates last year, to offer a bit of perspective! It shosuld come as no surprise that JFK International is chalked full of amazing shops, restaurants, and other amenities. As well, pet relief areas are available in every terminal.

Touring the Big Smoke

Not only is Toronto Ontario’s capital, it is also the largest city in all of Canada. 2.6 million people live in the city proper; this figure extends to 6.2 million for the surrounding metro. Interestingly enough, because of its layout, Toronto is widely referred to as The NYC of Canada.

Therefore, New York tourists should feel right at home. Just remember to exchange your domestic currency into Canadian dollars! For your vacation, do not forget to spend some time at the Ontario Science Center, Casa Loma, the Royal Ontario Museum, and Toronto Island Park. All of these famous local attractions draw in millions of tourists per year!

While Queen City is generally quite affordable, you can stretch your travel dollars even further by booking cheap flights from New York to Toronto via Skyscanner. Our intellisearch engine is the quickest way to compare airfare, guaranteed!

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.