Flights To Canada
With 10 international airports that have an average of 100,000 travelers flying in and out one of theses airports every month. It is no surprise that air transport carriers all have stations in at least 5 of the international airports in Canada.
Europe to Canada takes about 8 hours and 10 minutes on the average, Africa to Canada covers approximately 9,430 miles under 16 hours, and a typical flight from Asia to Canada can last up to 15 hours plus.
International airports in Canada include:
- Vancouver International Airport
- Toronto Pearson Airport
- Calgary International Airport
- Halifax Stanfield International Airport
- Ottawa McDonald-Cartier International Airport
- Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport
Flights that readily have these routes in their lineup include;
- Air Canada
- Egypt Air
- Swiss Air
- Virgin Atlantic
- Air France
- Emirates flights
- KLM Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Delta Airlines
- Royal Air Maroc
- United Airlines
- China Airlines
- Iceland Air
- Japan Airlines
- American Airlines
- Turkish Airlines
- British Airways
- Aer Lingus
- Etihad Airways
Prices for a typical ticket to any of the above mentioned international airport locations in Canada are a little bit expensive but we can say the same for other north American countries.
They go for $400 upwards to $1500 depending on the distance of travel or the period in which they travel. Peak times like September and December might see a spike in air prices.