|Avg. Flight Duration||25h 29m|
|Flights arrive in||London|
|Flights Depart from||Toronto|
|Flight Price||170.50 €|
There are twenty Toronto to London flights every day, with many being code-share flights operated by different alliances. Airlines offering direct Toronto to London flights include Air Canada, British Airways, Lufthansa and Iberia. Direct Toronto to London flights take approximately 7 hours, departing from around 6:00 a.m. until just after 11:00 p.m. Aer Lingus, United Airlines, Virgin Airlines and others also operate Toronto to London flights, involving one change and a total journey time of between 13 to 25 hours.
An average meal in a restaurant in London costs 60.4% more than in Toronto.
Prices in London are on average 43% higher than in Toronto.
Public transport in London costs around 72.9% more than in Toronto.
A night in a hotel in London is about 99.2% more expensive than in Toronto.
Toronto to London flights depart from Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ), which is located 22.5 km to the North West of Toronto city centre. The airport has parking for nearly 9,000 vehicles and good transport links to the city. The Union Pearson Express takes approximately 30 minutes between Toronto Union Station and the airport, while shuttle buses operated by TTC and GO Transport, take around one hour. International and local car rental companies have desks at arrivals, and taxi ranks are located at the airport. The airport's terminals and car parks are joined by the LINK automated train people mover. Toronto itself has an extensive and efficient public transport system of buses, trams and Metro.
Toronto to London flights arrive at London Heathrow Airport (LHR) located 27 km to the West of the capital. The airport's 5 terminals are well served by motorways, and all have car rental desks. Car parks are plentiful, both on and off the airport, while the Heathrow Express departs for London every fifteen minutes, taking approximately 30 minutes. Buses run to local train stations for links to London, and coaches to major British cities depart from within the airport. Taxis are available at every terminal, and London has an extensive public transport system of buses and underground trains.