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|Number of Daily Flights||5|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Dec 4|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Dec 4|
|Popular Airlines||Air Canada|
Orlando International Airport (MCO) is six miles southeast of the city and it is accessible via Jeff Fuqua Boulevard. Flights usually last for three to four hours to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), and upon arrival in Toronto, you’ll find the airport surrounded by Highways 401, 409, 427, 400 and 403.
The Eaton Centre is a huge shopping complex in the center of the city that houses more than 250 stores, restaurants and specialty shops. The CN Tower stands 1,815 feet tall, and the entire city can be seen from its peak, as well as a few clouds at eye level.
The Toronto Blue Jays play in the American League of Major League Baseball and their home is the Rogers Center. The Hockey Hall of Fame is home to past stars of the National Hockey League.
The Royal Ontario Museum has more than 40 galleries of art, natural science and archeology, and has one of the world’s greatest collections of Chinese artifacts. Toronto also has the second largest Chinatown in North America.
Toronto’s climate is heavily influenced by its proximity to Lake Ontario, which cools the city in summer and warms it somewhat in winter. The lake is also responsible for significant summertime humidity and is an inexhaustible source for wintertime snows.