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Prices starting at $101 for return flights and $71 for one-way flights to Orlando were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
|Origin Airport IATA Code||YTO|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||ORL|
|Direct Flight Airlines||Air Canada, LATAM Airlines, Delta Air Lines, WestJet, Air Transat|
|Earliest Flight Arrival||1:42PM UTC|
|Latest Flight Arrival||1:22AM UTC|
If you have a craving for sun, sea, sand and amazing entertainment then booking a flight from Toronto to Miami should scratch that itch. And it’s easy to find cheap flights to Orlando when you book with Orbitz.
There are around 50 flights a week from Toronto Pearson International to Orlando International, two of the largest airports in North America.
Toronto is the busiest hub in Canada and handles almost 50 million passengers a year. Meanwhile, Orlando is the biggest airport in Miami, with 45 million customers each year. Four airlines – Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing Airlines and Air Transat – fly direct between the two. There are also connecting flights via other cities, which can be cheaper.
During the winter, Porter Airlines also flies from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport to Orlando/Melbourne twice a week.
The 1,000-mile journey from Toronto to Orlando takes around two hours and 45 minutes by jet plane, and the Boeing 737-700 is the most popular aircraft on the route.
After taking off your plane reaches heights of 35,000 feet – and speeds of 550 mph – as it heads south across the USA. After passing over Pittsburgh you fly over the Appalachian Mountains and down to Miami. If you want a glimpse of the Atlantic Ocean sit on the left of the plane, but for views towards the prairies and Old West grab a seat on the right.
The flight with Porter Airlines from Billy Bishop Airport to Melbourne is on board a Bombardier turboprop plane and takes around 30 minutes longer.
The flight from Toronto to Orlando is international, so you will need to remember your passport. You should also check in at the airport two hours before your flight is due to depart. Toronto Pearson has lots of shops, bars and restaurants to relax in before you take off, and you can also buy duty free goods.
Pearson International is around approximately 14 miles from the downtown area of Toronto, there are trains, buses and lots of parking options available. Billy Bishop airport is located on Toronto Island on Lake Ontario.
When you arrive in Orlando International, 12 miles from downtown, there are several ways to get to the city center. There are buses, taxis, and shuttles and rental cars available and with Orbitz you can reserve your rental car when you buy your airline ticket.
Before the 1960s Orlando was a relatively small resort town, but the expansion of the airport and the opening of Disney World in 1971 transformed the city and surrounding area into a tourist hotspot, and it now has more theme parks and attractions than any other city in the world.
If you want to explore the area around Orlando, or are looking for cheap flights to alternative destinations in Miami, why not consider the following routes:
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