Distance from CBD
AU$40 approximately to city centre
The GO Transit public transport network connects the airport with downtown Toronto and surrounding suburbs. The airport is also connected to the Brampton public transport network, the local bus service of Mississauga, and the TTC subway system. Head to the Ground Transportation Level of Terminal 1 or 3 to begin your journey.
Car rental counters are located on Level 1 of each terminal's car park. To make a reservation or for more information, contact your preferred car rental company directly. Companies available at Toronto Airport include Avis, Budget, Dollar-Thrifty, Enterprise, Hertz and National. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
Check-in desks and self check-in kiosks are located on the Departures Level of both terminals, near the main entrances. Contact your airline directly to find out if online check-in is available.
Travelex currency exchange desks are located on both the Arrivals and Departures levels of Terminal 3. There are also ICE currency exchange desks throughout Terminal 1. ATMs are conveniently located throughout the airport. Alternatively, you can pre-purchase your American dollars in the form of cash or a MasterCard Cash Passport from Travel Money.
Business travellers can make use of Toronto Airport's free WiFi, VIP lounges and public phones. Fax services are available at the Travel Store on the Departures Level of Terminals 1 and 3. There are also several hotels in close proximity to Toronto Airport that offer full conference facilities.
Free WiFi is provided throughout Toronto Airport. To access your free WiFi, simply connect to the network named "Toronto Pearson Wi-Fi" on your device.
For any luggage items lost within Toronto Airport, on a GTAA contracted bus or on the LINK train, contact the Lost and Found office on (416) 776-7749. Baggage wrapping and storage are available at the Travel Store located on the Departures Level of Terminals 1 and 3.
Baby changing facilities are available throughout the airport, both before and after security screening.
Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge - Air Canada has two Maple Leaf Lounges in Toronto Airport - one in the domestic area of Terminal 1 and one in the transborder area of the same terminal. Each lounge offers complimentary beverages, snacks and light meals, WiFi access, televisions, reading material, computers, printers, copiers and fax machines, showers and conference rooms. Maple Leaf Lounge access is granted to Maple Leaf Club members, Star Alliance Gold members, United Club members and US Airways Club members.
Plaza Premium Lounge - There are five Plaza Premium Lounges located within Toronto Airport - three in Terminal 1 and two in Terminal 3. These lounges are open to passengers of any airline and any class, as entry is solely fee-based. The lounges offer complimentary food and beverages, showers, WiFi access, televisions, reading material, lockers, comfortable seating areas and computer workstations with printers.
Toronto Airport is serviced by several international airlines. Please refer to the below list for more information on the airlines that fly to Toronto.
The following airlines reach Toronto. Don't see the airline you are looking for? Talk to a consultant to book your Toronto flights with your preferred airline.