Flights to Toronto are very common around the world. Toronto is a desirable destination for tourists, business travellers and people seeking to relocate. This means airlines around the world want to conduct business here. 

Toronto airports accept flights into the city from the United States, Europe, Asia, South America and the Caribbean. 

Close to 60 airlines from around the world fly into Toronto and many are direct flights. When you fly into Toronto you will land at one of 3 well established airports that pride themselves on high quality service. 

Lester B. Pearson Toronto International Airport

Canada’s largest airport is named after former Prime Minister, Lester B. Pearson. It is situated within the city in Mississauga. It has quick and easy access to major highways, making it a convenient airport for both visitors and business people.

Here is a list of some well-known airlines that fly direct into Pearson on a regular basis:

* American Airlines

* Continental Airlines

* British Airways

* Air France

* Delta

* Lufthansa

* Caribbean Airlines

* Air India

If you are coming from western, eastern or central Canada you can expect service from Air Canada. Ranked as the world’s 9th largest airline, Air Canada offers multiple direct flights daily into Toronto’s Pearson from Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary and Saskatoon. 

The airline is also a trusted provider of direct flights from numerous U.S locations, including New York, Florida, Las Vegas and California. 

Internationally, Air Canada is known for providing non-stop service from London, Paris and Tokyo. For more information on Air Canada flights visit www.aircanada.com.

The no-frills airline, WestJet, travels direct to and from Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver and some eastern provinces. Business travellers find it affordable and convenient. 

If you are looking for a direct flight from New York, Boston or Chicago, WestJet will fly you into the city of Toronto. When your final destination is Toronto and you are coming from the Caribbean, WestJet has you covered. 

They fly into Pearson Airport from the following: Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Bahamas, Barbados and Florida. For more information on WestJet go to www.westjet.com.

For a complete list of airlines that fly into the city of Toronto you can check out the following link: www.travelmath.com/airlines/YYZ

Island Airport

The Billy Bishop Toronto Island Airport, simply referred to as the Island Airport, is located minutes from downtown. It is a preferred airport among many business travellers because it is close to the downtown core. 

Porter Airlines is the main airline operating out of the island airport. Porter flies direct into the island from New York, Chicago, Montreal, Quebec City, Halifax and Ottawa. 

It is a quick ferry ride to the mainland where you will have access to a taxi or TTC services to get you to your final destination on time.

Air Canada operates out of the Island Airport as well. Fifteen Air Canada flights come direct from Montreal into the Island Airport every day. In the future more direct flights from other Canadian destinations may be added to the roster. 

Buttonville Airport

Buttonville Airport is a medium-sized airstrip just north of Toronto. Owned by Toronto Airways Limited, it is just off Highway 404 in the town of Markham. It serves a large number of business travellers. It is also a training facility for new pilots. 

Buttonville is known for its outstanding executive charter service. If you want to fly into Buttonville from somewhere in Canada or the United States, contact the airport and visit www.torontoairways.com

A number of hobby pilots use Buttonville Airport as a base. It is not as busy as the other two Toronto area airports and will accept smaller planes. Many pilots living in and around the city use the airstrip as a way to travel to and from their cottages on weekends and holidays.

There are several small, municipal and regional airports on the outskirts of the city, but they do not accept any major flights. They are primarily used by plane and helicopter hobbyists, and for pilot education. 

Lake Simcoe Regional Airport, Oshawa Airport, and Holland Landing Airpark are among the small airstrips. 

Toronto has a lot of activity happening all year long; however, the summer and fall are popular times to visit so flights into Toronto book up fast. 

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