|Flights arrive in||Manchester|
|Flights Depart from||Toronto|
Direct Toronto to Manchester flights are provided by Canadian carrier Air Transat. Air Transat flies from Toronto to Manchester three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Flight time on direct Toronto to Manchester flights is approximately 7 hours. Air Transat flights depart Toronto during the evening and arrive the next morning local Manchester time. Alternative journeys involve a stopover in Heathrow, Paris, Dublin or Amsterdam requiring a total journey time upwards of 9 hours.
An average meal in a restaurant in Manchester costs 41.1% more than in Toronto.
Prices in Manchester are on average 18.3% higher than in Toronto.
Public transport in Manchester costs around 76.4% more than in Toronto.
A night in a hotel in Manchester is about 13.6% more expensive than in Toronto.
All Toronto to Manchester flights depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport. The airport is located 22.5 km to the northwest of Toronto centre. An express train service from Downtown Toronto to the international airport is provided via the Urban Pearson Express, which runs from Union Street to the airport in less than 30 minutes. Passengers travelling to the airport between 1:00 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. will need to get a taxi as the express line ceases to operate between these hours.
Manchester is the UK's second biggest city and the unofficial capital of the North. With much of its roots firmly placed in the industrial revolution, Manchester is today a thriving European city with world class dining, shopping, museums and entertainment. Highlights include the People’s History Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry and Old Trafford, home of Manchester United football club. Flights from Toronto arrive at Manchester International Airport, which is located 14 km to the southwest of the city centre. The fastest way to reach central Manchester from the airport is via train. Trains depart the airport every ten minutes with a journey time of just 20 minutes to Manchester Piccadilly, the city’s main transport hub. Passengers can also board the 43 bus service which runs 24 hours a day and stops at a number of Manchester's city centre locations.