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Toronto to Paris Flight Information

Flights arrive inParis
Flights Depart fromToronto
Distance6000 km

Flights from Toronto to Paris: Journey Details

There are frequent Toronto to Paris flights everyday. Direct Toronto to Paris flights have a journey time of around 10 hours. Direct Toronto to Paris flights are operated by Air Canada, Air France, Lufthansa, Air Transat and Delta, and depart in the evening to enable arrival in Paris in the morning. Other airlines operate Toronto to Paris flights, with departures throughout the day, that involve one or two stop-overs, and flight times of 12+ hours.



Local Time 13:09
Population 2,100,000
Region Île-de-France
Languages French

How expensive is Paris?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Paris costs 30% more than in Toronto.


Prices in Paris are on average 19.5% higher than in Toronto.

Public Transport

Public transport in Paris costs around 11.3% less than in Toronto.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Paris is about 76.3% more expensive than in Toronto.

Flying from Toronto

Toronto to Paris flights depart from Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ), a large hub approximately 22 km from the city centre. Union Pearson Express trains depart from Union Station every few minutes, and take around half an hour to reach the airport. Other links are by TTC and GO Transport shuttle buses, with journey times of about one hour. Car rental desks and taxi ranks are located at all Toronto Airport's terminals. Toronto city's transport network is made up of trams, buses, taxis and the Metro.

Flying into Paris

Toronto to Paris flights land at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, one of the city's two airports. Charles de Gaulle is a large airport with several terminals, located 25 km North East of Paris. Airport to city links are made by train or bus. Trains depart several times an hour and take around 40 minutes, while the Roissybus service is a slower, but more economical option. International and local car rental companies have desks at all airport terminals, with taxi ranks located outside. The transport system in Paris is extensive and efficient, comprised of buses, Metro and Noctilien night routes.