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Canada is full of interesting cities to visit if you’re interested in touring the country. The majority of our users (1,061%) visit Toronto more than other cities in the country, but other popular cities in Canada include Vancouver and Montreal.
While there are more than just a few landmarks in Canada, most momondo users find Whistler Mountain, Whistler Blackcomb, Vieux-Port de Montréal, and Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort to be the most interesting places to see in the country.
If you are looking to fly to Canada for less, look to airlines like Juneyao Airlines, Copa Airlines, and Flair Airlines, with prices starting at $9, $15, and $21 respectively.
Flight times from United States to Canada vary, but if you’re flying out of Los Angeles and flying into Toronto Pearson Intl (one of the most popular routes), then the duration is 4h 28m on average. Another popular route from United States to Canada is flying from San Francisco to Toronto Pearson Intl, which will take roughly 4h 41m. Keep in mind that layovers or delays could extend your travel time.
30% of our momondo users traveling to Canada in the past year chose to fly into Toronto Pearson Intl in the past year, making it the most popular airport in Canada. The Toronto Pearson Intl airport serves the city of Toronto.
Flights to Canada have been found on momondo for as low as $10 per ticket recently. However, the average price tends to be $757 and anything for $710 or less is a good deal. $22,912 is the most expensive flight we’ve seen in the past week, though you may be able to avoid this price depending on what airport you fly from, what airline you choose, and how far in advance you book your flights.
If your travel plans are flexible and you’re looking to save money on flights to Canada, then be sure to book your departure on a Friday. Flying out on a Friday, as well as a Thursday, is your best option. Departing on a Monday tends to be the most expensive day of the week to fly to Canada.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Las Vegas||Vancouver||2h 38m||$116|
|San Francisco||Vancouver||2h 20m||$117|
|New York||Toronto||1h 45m||$119|
|San Diego||Edmonton||3h 40m||$120|
|Palm Springs||Edmonton||3h 25m||$124|
|Las Vegas||Edmonton||2h 45m||$137|
|Fort Lauderdale||Toronto||3h 09m||$137|
|Fort Lauderdale||Ottawa||3h 30m||$137|
|San Francisco||Edmonton||2h 55m||$143|
|New York||Montreal||1h 23m||$145|
The time it will take you to travel on flights to Canada from the United States will depend on where you plan on departing from in the United States and also where you plan on traveling to in Canada. As an example, you can travel on Canada flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Toronto Pearson International (YYZ) in about 4h and you can fly to Vancouver International (YVR) in about 8h. If you will be departing on cheap flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) the trip to Vancouver International will take about 2h and 45min while the trip to Toronto Pearson International will take about 4h and 20min. If you have a ticket to leave from Chicago O' Hare International Airport (ORD) the trip to Toronto Pearson International by plane will take about 1h and 35min while the trip to the Vancouver International Airport will take about 4h and 30min.
There are quite a few nonstop flight options to get you from cities in the United States to cities in Canada. From Chicago O' Hare International Airport there is a nonstop flight on Air Canada with service to Vancouver International and Air Canada also offers nonstop service from here with a landing at Toronto Pearson International. If you plan to take off from Los Angeles International Airport you can fly nonstop to Vancouver International on Air Canada. Delta Airlines offers nonstop flights with a departure from Seattle/Tacoma International (SEA) and a destination of Vancouver International and you can also fly nonstop to Vancouver International on Air Canada from San Francisco International Airport (SFO). From Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) you can fly nonstop with arrival at Toronto Pearson International on Air Canada.
For travellers who are journeying northward to Canada from the USA, there are a vast number of flight options that make the journey on a daily basis. The busiest transportation hubs in both countries will provide passengers with a range of options. Some of the more frequented departure locations in the United States are John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), which operates out of New York City in the northeast and is known as the busiest entry point into North America, and O’Hare International Airport (ORD), which services the midwestern city of Chicago, Illinois. Popular arrivals locations in Canada include Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), which is located in the east and considered the largest airport in Canada, and Vancouver International Airport (YVR), which is situated on Canada’s West Coast.
While there are several non-stop flight options to carry passengers to Canada from the USA, a majority of the services will include between one and two layovers prior to landing at their final destination. Depending on the departure and arrival locations in the two countries, the layover sites may be in any number of major cities in the US. However, some of the most frequented layover locations will include Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) in Michigan, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) in Washington state, and Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT) in North Carolina. Depending on the origin and destination airports, as well as the specific layover airport scheduled for the route, these one- to two-layover flights can take anywhere from about 4h and 31min to around 19h 23min. They are not necessarily cheaper than direct options.
If you plan on staying within the major cities in Canada you'll find that all of them have good public transportation systems. The systems are a mixture of buses, light rail systems, underground trains, and trams. So if you plan on staying in large cities such as Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, or Toronto you can easily get around the cities without having a car. If you are going to be traveling more extensively throughout the country a good option is to travel on the Via Rail Canada service that offers train travel throughout the country that also does a good job of connecting all of the major cities in Canada. If you are on either the east or west coast of the country you will find quite a few ferries and boats that offer service through the extensive numbers of waterways you will find in these areas. If you want to do your own driving you can certainly rent a car especially in some of the major cities and airports but bear in mind driving in Canada in the wintertime can be difficult so take that into account before hopping behind the wheel. One final way to travel throughout Canada is by flying. You will find regularly scheduled service between many of the major cities in Canada and you also find plenty of commuter options from these major cities to smaller towns throughout Canada.
As a citizen of the United States that wants to travel to Canada, you will need a valid passport at your time of entry into Canada. The passport needs one blank page for an entry stamp. If you will be traveling to Canada as a tourist you can stay up to 180 days in Canada without the need for a visa.
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