- Lake Superior and Thunder Bay
Flights to Ontario
Flights to Ontario from the UK
There are flights to Ontario's Toronto Pearson International
Airport from the main UK airports. The airport is 16 miles (27km)
north-west of Toronto and the flight from London takes between 10
and 11 hours.
Which airlines fly to Ontario?
There are cheap flights to Toronto in Ontario from Heathrow on Air Canada, and British Airways fly there from Heathrow and Aberdeen. Low-cost flights to Toronto are also offered by Air Transat from Heathrow, Gatwick, Belfast, Birmingham, Durham Tees Valley, Edinburgh, Exeter, Manchester, Newcastle and Shannon. FlyBMI have cheap flights to Toronto departing from Aberdeen, Belfast, Durham Tees Valley, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Jersey, Leeds and Heathrow. Thomas Cook has low-cost flights to Toronto from Birmingham, Exeter, Glasgow, Heathrow, Manchester and Newcastle, while Air India offers the same from Birmingham.
Flights to Ontario from the USA
There are direct flights from the USA to Ontario in Canada,
arriving at Macdonald-Cartier International Airport (10km south of
Ottawa) and Toronto Pearson International Airport (27km north-west
of downtown Toronto).
Which airlines fly to Ontario from the USA?
Air Canada and United Airlines offer direct cheap flights to Toronto from New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston, while Continental, Delta, LAN Airlines and Aeromexico also depart from New York, and Qantas flies from Los Angeles. Direct cheap flights to Ottawa from New York are available on Continental.
Airports in Ontario
The airport is situated six miles (10km) south of Ottawa.
The airport is located 16 miles (27km) northwest of downtown Toronto.
The airport is located three miles (4km) from Thunder Bay city centre.