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|Most Popular Month||>August|
|Best Day to Fly||Wednesday and Saturday|
|Most Popular Route||JFK – YYZ|
|Most Famous airport||Toronto Pearson Airport|
|Duration from direct flight||1 hr 43 mins (average)|
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Flight information New York to Torronto
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average Flight time, Total distance 334 miles
Most popular airline last month
San Francisco Internationals
Tips and Tricks to get cheap flights from New York to Toronto
If you are traveling to Toronto from New York, you might want to know some tricks to get cheaper flight tickets.
- To book your flights at cheapest, try and book at least 4 weeks before your departure date
- If possible, try and book morning flights. The morning departure is said to be 4% cheaper than an evening or night departure.
- You will get the best prices on this route if you book your flight for Saturday or Wednesday and a return on Tuesday to get the cheapest airfares.
Did you Know?
Did you know? On average, 730,000 travelers commute on this route per year.
Toronto is said to be the provincial capital of Ontario as well as one of the most populated cities of Canada. The capital resides 2,731,571 citizens as of 2016. Toronto being the provincial capital is the centre hub for business, arts, finance, and culture. It is also renowned as one of the most cosmopolitan and multicultural cities around the world.
Talking about the beauty of this city, Toronto has a bunch of surprises for each and every traveller, who is exploring the city. The travellers won’t get bored even for a second when in Toronto. Besides the entertaining vibes this city produces, the city also has some historical distillery. You may also get to witness some unique shops and retails and restaurants with incredibly tall skyscrapers. The city is home to several attractions, let’s have a look:
Places to Visit
- CN Tower
- Royal Ontario Museum
- Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada
- Rogers Centre
- Art Gallery of Ontario
- Niagara Falls
- Entertainment District
- Casa Loma
- St. Lawrence Market
- City Hall
- Eaton Centre
- High Park
Toronto has 5 airports; Toronto Pearson Intl Airport, Toronto Buttonville Airport, Kitchener/Waterloo Airport, and Hamilton airport, and Toronto Island.
Toronto Pearson Intl Airport is the most popular one among all.
lights on this route gets delayed up to 45 mins or more.
There is only one direct or non-stop flights per day.
Almost 253 flights commute on this route daily.
Early Morning - 6% departures (Midnight to 6am)
Morning - 34% departures (6am - Noon)
Afternoon - 28% departures (6am - Noon)
Evening - 32% departures (6pm - Midnight)
WestJet is the cheapest airlines from New York to Toronto.