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Flight information Melbourne to Toronto
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Average flight time, total distance 16265 kilometres
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Toronto Pearson International, Kitchener / Waterloo, Toronto Island and Hamilton
Airlines offering Toronto flights from Melbourne
At the time of writing, no direct flights are available from Melbourne to Toronto with 1 or 2+ stopover journeys available. Common stopover destinations include Sydney, Brisbane and Abu Dhabi International Airport. A wide range of flight times and dates are on offer, making booking a cheap flight relatively easy. Carriers flying this route include Etihad Airways, Air Canada and Qantas. If you are on the hunt for the cheapest flights, sign-up to Skyscanner’s price alerts. This will ensure you know as soon as discounted airline tickets are available.
Melbourne airport departures information - ensuring your take-off is as smooth as possible
Melbourne Airport (also known as Tullamarine Airport) is the state’s primary airport and is located on Departure Drive in Melbourne. Getting to the airport is made easy thanks to the number of public transport and taxi options available – the airport is located 23km from the city centre so a taxi ride in is a decent trip. If you’re looking to park your car at Melbourne Airport while you’re away, you can take a look at the offers available online here. It’s wise to book your parking ahead of time to ensure your journey from Melbourne to Toronto is as easy as possible.
If you’re being dropped off, you’ll need to go to the T4 drop-off zone (all flights depart from the T2 area) so lookout for the signs. The airport is always busy and there are plenty of dining and shopping options available if you’re looking for duty free shopping or a good meal before flying. You’ll also find web access kiosks if you’re looking to surf the internet but know that free Wi-Fi is available. As for currency exchange facilities, ANZ and Travelex stores operate at the airport.
Toronto airport arrivals - information to keep handy
Located 22.5km northwest of Downtown Toronto, this airport’s airport’s address is 6301 Silver Dart Dr, Mississauga, ON L5P 1B2 in Canada. After arriving at Toronto Pearson Airport from Melbourne, getting to your next destination is made easy thanks to the taxi, bus and limousine services operating from the airport.
Of course, you may also choose to hire a rental car or organise an airport transfer. There is free Wi-Fi at the airport so you’ll be able to check-in with loved ones upon landing. If you’re keen to have a hearty meal before heading off to your final destination, you’ll
have a good range of food and wine options to choose from. You’ll also be able to shop for any last minute or necessary items at the many stores at the airport.
Other important information to note:
- Passport and identification requirements – All international flights such as this one from Melbourne to Toronto require you to have a valid passport to travel. You are also likely to need additional photo identification such as a driver's licence, passport or social security card and don’t forget your flight ticket.
- Arriving in time to check-in – As this is an international trip from Melbourne to Toronto, travellers should check-in approximately three hours before their plane is due to depart. Check-in times are fairly strict so it pays to be aware that different airlines do have their own deadlines in place, so be sure to check with your individual carrier as to what time you need to be at the airport.
- Time difference between Melbourne and Toronto – Melbourne is 16 hours ahead of Toronto so you’ll need to adjust your clocks accordingly after landing.
- Weather differences between Toronto and Melbourne – Toronto’s climate is generally cooler than what you’d expect to experience in Melbourne. Its warmest month is July (which is also the wettest) with average temperatures sitting around the 21°C with January being the coldest time with temperatures falling below 0°C. Weather-wise, Toronto is the opposite of Melbourne in terms of its seasons.
- Difference in living costs between Melbourne and Toronto – Prices for everyday items are similar in Melbourne and Toronto with the latter being a fraction more expensive. To give you a more solid idea, an inexpensive meal for one at an average restaurant will cost around $16 in Toronto with a bottle of water costing under $2. As you’d expect, tourism friendly places do tend to cost more in terms of food and drink pricing.
Please note: all information is correct as of February 2016.
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