£368 - £596
1 - 25 °C
29 - 49 mm
|Most popular in||August||High demand for flights, 19% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||November||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||£590||Price for this month|
|Cheapest price||£368||From London to Toronto|
Toronto is one of the most popular cities on the planet, reeling in over 40 million visitors a year. So it’s no surprise that it’s also the biggest city in Canada, sprawling out on the shore of Lake Ontario in a series of character-packed neighbourhoods. Record-breaking skyscrapers, grand museums, festivals, miles-long shopping streets, holiday islands – it’s got them all. And it’s all within day-tripping distance of Niagara Falls.
Best of all, finding a London to Toronto flight is easy. Direct routes run throughout the day from a choice of London airports – and the journey only takes around 8 hours.
Direct flights last between 7 hours 40 minutes and 8 hours 10 minutes long.
Want a direct flight? Try Air Canada, Air Transat, Lufthansa, WestJet or British Airways. You can combine airlines to get a bigger choice of flights, e.g. fly with Brussels Airlines to Brussels and then continue your journey with Air Canada.
Very. Around 9 direct flights take off a day. And if you don’t mind a stopover, you can choose from almost 200 extra routes.
Direct London to Toronto flights depart from Heathrow Airport, London City Airport, Gatwick Airport and London Stansted Airport.
Most planes wind up in Toronto Pearson International Airport. You could also choose to land at the little Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
The cheapest direct flights from London to Toronto usually travel between the main airports – from Heathrow or Gatwick to Toronto Pearson International.
It’s easy to see why Toronto is often mistaken for the capital of Canada. This huge city is home to the sky-scraping CN Tower, bustling Queen Street West, and enough theatres to put the West End to shame. The red-brick Royal Ontario Museum lays out the history of the province, while the Hockey Hall of Fame is a shrine to Canada’s favourite sport. There’s a year-long calendar of events, too.
And unlike London, Toronto changes with the seasons, serving up a snowy winter, sunny spring and hot summer. Autumn is the one to really watch out for, though – the local maple trees turn bright yellow, orange and red.
Use our smart search engine to look for cheap flights from London to Toronto.
On average 83 flights depart from London to Toronto per day.
Morning (6am - Midday) - 40% of flight departures
Afternoon (Midday - 6pm) - 45% of flight departures
Evening (6pm - Midnight) - 16% of flight departures
A typical direct flight can take about 8 hours, covering about 2,206 miles.