Book a flight from Fredericton to Toronto and land in the heart of all the action. Canada’s top tourist city is famous for its culture, food scene, entertainment, arts and mix of historical and modern architecture.
After your Porter plane touches down, make your way to Toronto’s iconic CN Tower. Go up, way, way up to the top and spot Niagara Falls way off in the distance. The view itself is entertaining but if you’re hungry, grab a bite in the revolving 360 Restaurant. Taste the seasons in the ever-changing menu highlighting Canadian ingredients 1,151 feet above the city.
Head to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and walk through galleries and halls filled with historical facts and art from throughout the centuries. Kids (and adults) will love the indoor replica bat cave, dinosaur fossils and other hands-on activities in the exhibits.
Just a quick cab ride north of downtown, you’ll feel like a king or queen walking the halls of Toronto’s own castle, Casa Loma. This early 20th-century castle is its own kingdom with 98 decorated rooms and underground tunnels. Wander into the naturally-lit Glass Pavilion; this is also the space where the Toronto Concert Orchestra performs.
Don’t spend the entire day indoors, summer in Toronto is the best time to catch outdoor festivals. Whether it’s food, music or art, there’s something happening almost every weekend in the city.
If you’re looking to soak up some sun, find a spot on one of Toronto’s beaches with just a short ferry ride away to the Toronto Islands. An amusement park, 5 km of bike paths, and lots of swimming spots make this day trip an unforgettable one.
If you’re visiting the city in the winter months, there’s no shortage of things to do in Toronto. Experience the holiday cheer at the Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District. This annual market is lined with local vendors selling their treats and homemade goods to take back with you to Fredericton.
Cosmopolitan cool and quintessentially Canadian, book a flight to Toronto and experience this multicultural city.
Book a flight from Fredericton to Toronto and experience the Parkdale neighbourhood’s growing community, eateries and unique bars.
Calling all foodies and music lovers! Parkdale’s restaurants come to life with international cuisine and turn into music venues after dark. All along Queen Street West, you’ll find interesting venues where you can show off your best dance moves and hang with the locals.
This neighbourhood is chock full of new, trendy and noteworthy bars. You can raise a glass to the large selection of local brews, craft or imported beers in the various bars.
During regular business hours, you’ll find charming cafés, specialty shops and vintage boutiques.
You don’t have to venture very far to get to all of these shops, cafés, restaurants and bars. This neighbourhood is easily accessible by foot. But if you really want to see how a Torontonian gets around, step onto one of the city’s streetcars along Queen Street West.
If you happen to be visiting in the summer, just southwest you’ll find a hotspot for soaking in the sun at Sunnyside Beach. Take a dip at the Sunnyside Gus Ryder Outdoor Pool or have a picnic under the massive willow trees on the lakefront.
When you book a flight from Fredericton to Toronto, make sure to add Parkdale to your list for a vibrant, diverse and laid back addition to your trip.
Book a flight from Fredericton to Toronto and experience the city’s well preserved and coveted Victorian industrial area – the Distillery District.
Established in 1832, Gooderham and Worts Distillery turned this district into the largest distillery in the world at the time. Now, the area has changed from distillery to venues for arts, food, culture and entertainment.
Today, this pedestrian-friendly area is the spot for patios, restaurants and shops in the city. Whether it’s a romantic dinner you’re planning or a night out with friends, the Distillery District has got it covered. Here you’ll find multi-cultural cuisine, chocolate makers, oyster bars, wine bars, breweries and specialty coffee shops scattered along the cobblestone streets.
If you’re looking for a little show after your meal, the district is loaded with lots of performing arts, theatres, art retailers and galleries to view. With its Victorian buildings, original cobblestone streets, and sculptures placed throughout, the District itself is a work of art that is meant to be enjoyed.
Looking for a more adventurous way to explore the district? Opt for the haunted walk. Because of its interesting history, the Distillery District is rumoured to be one of Toronto’s most haunted neighbourhoods. See for yourself if the rumours are true in this lantern-lit tour.
When you’re visiting Toronto during the winter holidays, there’s no better place to be than the Distillery District’s holiday market. Here vendors are lined down the streets selling artisan goods, spiked hot cider with beautiful twinkling lights hanging overhead and a massive Christmas tree illuminating the centre square.
Compare Fredericton’s Victorian-era to Toronto’s when you visit the Distillery District.
Fly direct from Fredericton International Airport (YFC) to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), with a stop in Ottawa. Fredericton to Toronto flight time is 2 hours and 25 minutes on average. The distance from Fredericton to Toronto is around 1,065 km / 660 mi.
While onboard, sit back, relax, and enjoy our free drinks and snacks.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in the departures area.
Fredericton International Airport (YFC) is about 14 km / 9 mi from downtown Fredericton.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
Taxi from downtown costs about $25 CAD.
Porter Airlines lands you in Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), which is just 3 km / 2 mi away from downtown Toronto.
From the base of Bathurst, you can take the 511 streetcar to Bathurst subway station or the 509 streetcar to Union subway station. You can take the subway, GO Transit, PATH or UP Express to and from Union Station. TTC fare for subways, buses, and streetcars is $3.25 CAD.
Ubers are available for pick-up and drop-off at the airport.
You can choose to take the pedestrian tunnel to the mainland terminal of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, or the 90-second ferry ride that runs every 15 minutes across Toronto’s inner harbour.
Hertz is conveniently located in-terminal at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on the lower level.
Taxis to downtown cost about $10 CAD. Car service is about $40 CAD.
The shuttle pick-up is just outside the mainland terminal area, under the shuttle bus sign. The pick-up and drop-off location is by the west entrance of the Royal York Hotel on York Street.
The shuttle bus offers comfortable and complimentary service between Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and downtown, approximately every 15 minutes. Times may vary due to traffic and road conditions.
The UP Express Train connects you between Union Station, Bloor Station, Weston Station and Pearson Airport. For ticket fares and schedules, visit upexpress.com