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Globally Connected

More than 135 million people live within a 90-minute flight of Toronto, in a destination central to North American travellers. 

As Canada’s hub of international travel and passenger traffic, Toronto is conveniently served by daily and direct flights from dozens of U.S. and international cities aboard regional, national and global air carriers. In fact, our two international airports handle more than 1,400 flights a day. It’s a breeze to fly in for a meeting, anytime, with a truly global choice of airlines. All the air lift you need to plan group travel and international meetings, or to easily accommodate last-minute plans.

Entering Canada: Tips for Travellers

  • All visitors must have valid travel documents and identification to enter Canada, such as a passport or visa.
  • Find current information on entry requirements on the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) website
  • Requirements may vary depending on the country you’re travelling from — or transiting through.
  • Visa-exempt foreign nationals (excluding U.S. citizens) must apply online for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA), ideally prior to booking their flight to Canada.
  • Visa-required foreign nationals must submit fingerprints and a photo (biometrics) to acquire their visa for travel to Canada.

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is Canada’s busiest airport. It was named North America’s best large airport for customer experience, and was ranked the world’s fifth-most connected “megahub,” by the Official...

Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) may be best known by global travellers for its scenic landings on Toronto Island, just across the harbour from downtown Toronto.

Getting Around

Getting Around