|Avg. Flight Duration||12h 58m|
|Flights arrive in||Dublin|
|Flights Depart from||Toronto|
|Flight Price||389.52 €|
There are over two dozen Toronto to Dublin flights every day, with many airlines having code-share bookings. Direct Toronto to Dublin flights have an approximate flying time of 6.5 hours, and a total journey time of around 14 hours. These Toronto to Dublin flights are offered by Air Canada with Lufthansa, Aer Lingus and West Jet. KLM, United, British Airways, Jet and Delta airlines all have Toronto to Dublin flights that involve connections and journey times of 14 hours or longer.
An average meal in a restaurant in Dublin costs 40.7% more than in Toronto.
Prices in Dublin are on average 18.7% higher than in Toronto.
Public transport in Dublin costs around 33% more than in Toronto.
A night in a hotel in Dublin is about 18.4% more expensive than in Toronto.
Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ) is from where Toronto to Dublin flights depart. The airport is around 22 km from the city centre, and has good road and transport links. The Union Pearson Express train runs from Union Station to Terminal 1, taking around 30 minutes, while TTC and GO Transport shuttle buses take approximately one hour. There are over 8,000 car parking spaces at the airport, and all major international car rental companies are represented at arrivals. Taxi ranks are available at the terminals. All areas within the airport are connected by the LINK People Mover, an automated train system. The city of Toronto has an extensive public transport network of Metro, trams, buses and taxis.
Toronto to Dublin flights land at Dublin International Airport, just 10 km north of the city. Aircoach and Dublin bus run shuttle services into the city centre, taking around 45 minutes. Taxis are also available at the terminals, as are international and local car hire companies. Transport within the city of Dublin is by taxi, the LUAS light-train system, or by buses operated by Dublin Bus.