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|Number of Daily Flights||10|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Sep 24|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Sep 24|
|Popular Airlines||Air Canada|
Whether you're flying from Los Angeles to Toronto for business, a ski vacation in Canada, or to do some shopping on the world-famous Yonge Street; it starts with the journey to the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). It is possible to drive, take a taxi, ride the metro or hop on the bus to get to the terminal. After taking off, expect the direct flight from Los Angeles to Toronto to take just under five hours.
Nearly all traveler accommodations and attractions will be found in Old Toronto, a part of the city comprised of Downtown, Midtown, West End and East End. Downtown Toronto is the most exciting place to be, and it boasts everything from the city's Chinatown, to the beautiful Harbourfront, to the iconic CN Tower. For a culinary adventure, head to Toronto's East End for a meal in Greektown, or a drink at one of the English-style pubs.
The Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is a full hour's journey to Downtown Toronto, so planning transport in advance is key. You can use the affordable TTC buses, or the new UP Express Rail Service, along with taxis or booked shuttles. If you're looking for unusual and trendy fashions, follow the couture to Queen Street West for plenty of quirky boutiques.