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With a population of over 2.1 million residents, Toronto is the the 4th most populous city in North America and the most populous city in Canada. Located in Southern Ontario on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto is an international center of business, arts and culture. The city is famous as a center of music, theatre, motion picture and television productions.
Toronto Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the best airline to get to Toronto?
A. The best airline to Toronto is an airline that gets you there without delays and layovers at the best ticket price. A great airline depends upon the crew, traffic and the time of travel. If travelling from USA, Delta and American Airlines has direct flight to Toronto. Some European airlines like KLM, Turkish and Emirates Airlines offer direct flight ticket to Toronto.
Q. How do I buy a ticket to Toronto?
A. You can purchase a ticket to Toronto either by buying it online or visiting the corresponding travel companies by yourself. Searching online for the ticket to Toronto is the best way to compare ticket and choose an affordable ticket to Toronto. Cheapest ticket to Toronto can be bought online six weeks before your departure.
Q. Whats the weather like in Toronto?
A. Toronto experiences a continental type of climate with warm and humid summers and cold winters. Winters are dry, windy, partly cloudy and freezing with temperatures dropping below freezing point. Warm season is from June to September with the hottest month being July while the coolest months are from December to March with the coldest month being January.
Toronto - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport •Manchester International Airport (Manchester, UK)
•Charles de Gaulle International Airport (Paris, France)
•Kansas City International Airport (Kansas City, USA)
Airports handling direct flights to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport •Elliot Trudeau International Airport (Montreal)
•Logan International Airport (Boston)
•Ottawa Macdonald International Airport(Ottawa）
Flight Routes to Toronto
Toronto Pearson International Airport located 23 km north of downtown Toronto the busiest commercial service airport in Canada serving the residents of Toronto and its environs. The airport is the 26th busiest airport in the world by traffic and is one of the gateways to North America direct flights from Europe, Asia, Middle East and America. One can travel to Toronto using Air Canada, Delta, Sunwing or British Airways with the requirements being a valid passport, a visa, if you don't qualify for a visa waiver program and an air ticket. One can purchase a ticket online or visit travel agents worldwide to purchase the ticket.