|Avg. Flight Duration||12h 48m|
|Flights arrive in||Amsterdam|
|Flights Depart from||Toronto|
|Flight Price||312.81 €|
Toronto to Amsterdam flights enable passengers to cross the North Atlantic Ocean in about 7.5 hours. Departing from Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto to Amsterdam flights make the distance several times per day. Some airlines, such as Air Transat, KLM and Air Canada, offer non stop flights, which take about 7.5 hours, but other airlines require a stop en route at cities like Dublin, Warsaw and Reykjavík. These Toronto to Amsterdam flights generally take several hours longer, making the entire journey last between 9.5 and 15.5 hours. All flights to Amsterdam arrive at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is the city's main airport.
An average meal in a restaurant in Amsterdam costs 40.1% more than in Toronto.
Prices in Amsterdam are on average 12% higher than in Toronto.
Public transport in Amsterdam costs around 37.9% more than in Toronto.
A night in a hotel in Amsterdam is about 52% more expensive than in Toronto.
Situated 22.5 km northwest of Downtown Toronto, Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada's busiest. Travellers taking Toronto to Amsterdam flights can easily reach the airport by public transportation using a variety of transit routes. TTC Express buses run all day services between the Downtown area and the airport, such as the 192 Airport Rocket that runs from Kipling Station, and the 52A Lawrence West bus that runs from Lawrence Station and Lawrence West Station. Alternatively passengers on Toronto to Amsterdam flights can take a GO Transit bus from York Mills and Yorkdale subway stations.
The Netherlands' capital city is most notable for its canal system and Museum District, which houses some of the world's greatest artworks. To reach the city on Toronto to Amsterdam flights, travellers must fly into Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the city's main airport, which is located 20 minutes from the city. Fortunately, travellers on Toronto to Amsterdam flights can benefit from the direct link railway line that connects the airport to the city, with trains departing every 10 minutes. Airport shuttles also pick up travellers at the airport every 10 minutes, providing an alternative method of reaching the city's hotels.