Cheap Flights from Washington to Toronto
Flight information Washington to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 342 miles
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island, Hamilton and others
Flying From Washington to Toronto
Toronto, capital of Ontario, has the most population of any city in Canada. It’s a center of Canadian media, culture and the arts and home to an expansive skyline. You can reach Toronto Pearson International Airport from Washington D.C. via nonstop flights offered by American Airlines and Air Canada at Reagan National Airport, and Porter Airlines and United Airlines at Dulles International Airport. For the cheapest flight prices per month, use our cheapest month search for big savings while you travel.
Facilities at Washington and Toronto
Reagan National Airport along the scenic Potomac River is a medium-sized airport with three terminals and plenty of shops and eateries to help you pass the time before a flight. Air Canada flights leave from Terminal A while American Airlines flights depart from Terminal C. Dulles International Airport is slightly larger with five terminals, any from which your flight to Toronto may depart.
Pearson International boasts two terminals in their own buildings. Flights arriving from Washington D.C. will usually show up in Terminal 1.
Transportation from Pearson International
Public transit options from Pearson International to downtown Toronto make it easy to get into town at an affordable price. Several bus services boast stops at the ground level of Terminal 1, and the Terminal Link is a free train that shuttles travelers from the airport to Viscount Station where more city bus lines can be reached.
Car rentals are another great way to enter the city. Use our car rental search to find great deals on car rentals for an unforgettable travel experience.
Hints and Tips for Toronto
The summers in Toronto are warm and humid while the winters can be chilly with frequent snowfall. Architecture in the city is a treat for aficionados. The CN Tower, the third-largest free standing structure in the world and the largest in the Western Hemisphere, is a particularly popular draw with its rapid ascent glass-bottomed elevator and a rotating restaurant that provides 360-degree views of the surrounding skyline. Fans of theater and opera will be delighted by the plentitude of performance venues hosting world-renowned companies and orchestras. Toronto is known for its film and television production and hosts the Toronto International Film Festival in October, another draw for visitors from throughout the world.
Prices in Toronto range from $15 for an inexpensive meal for one, to $70 or more for a three-course meal at a fine restaurant. Finding an affordable accommodation is easy with our hotel search. Sort and filter by a variety of factors such as rating, price and location, and enjoy the customized experience of discovering a hotel that matches all of your travel needs.
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