|Flights arrive in||Glasgow|
|Flights Depart from||Toronto|
Direct Toronto to Glasgow flights are provided by Air Transat who offer one service per week on a Wednesday evening, arriving early the following morning Glasgow local time. Journey time between the two cities on this direct flight is just 6.5 hours. For passengers wanting to depart on another day, there are a large choice of flights available involving stop over in Europe. The fastest journeys with just one stop is provided by Aer Lingus with a stop in Dublin and a journey time of 9 hours, or with IcelandAir with a stop in Reykjavik and a journey time of 8.5 hours.
An average meal in a restaurant in Glasgow costs 52.6% more than in Toronto.
Prices in Glasgow are on average 24.6% higher than in Toronto.
Public transport in Glasgow costs around 38.4% more than in Toronto.
A night in a hotel in Glasgow is about 24.6% more expensive than in Toronto.
International Toronto to Glasgow flights depart from Toronto Pearson Airport, located just over 22 km northwest of Downtown Toronto. A fast connection from the centre of the city to the airport is provided by the efficient Urban Pearson Express rail service which runs from Union Street to the airport with a journey time of 25 minutes. The Urban Pearson Express runs from 5:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Those travelling to the airport outside of those times will need to get a taxi from central Toronto.
Scotland’s biggest city and arguably its liveliest, Glasgow is the country’s main hub for the arts, shopping and entertainment. A largely Victorian, industrial city with a number of key 20th century buildings designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, today Glasgow is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and cutting edge destination. Flights from Toronto arrive at Glasgow Airport, 11 km west of the city centre. The fastest way to reach the city centre is via the Glasgow Shuttle Bus service which runs 24 hours a day, departing every ten minutes and taking just 15 minutes to reach the city centre.