Service to St. John’s, NL is not offered between January 7, 2019 and April 30, 2019.
Enjoy an exceptional East Coast experience when you book flights from Toronto to St. John’s.
The city has tons of historic attractions that will take you a step into the past with flights to St. John’s from Toronto. Whether you climb Signal Hill to Cabot Tower or visit the Basilica of St. John the Baptist, there’s no shortage of landmarks from the city’s long history.
As one of North America’s oldest cities, St. John’s history doesn’t stop there. Visit The Rooms to view archives and over 7,000 works of art, ranging from historical to contemporary, contained under one roof. The Leyton Gallery of Fine Art is also a must-see destination for art lovers, with a collection that focuses on works produced in Eastern Canada.
Flights from Toronto to St. John’s bring you to the landscape that inspires the works of many artists with its natural beauty. Visit the most easterly point in North America, Cape Spear, or see some of the biggest animals in the world, with whale watching in Petty Harbour. Trek across the terrain of the East Coast Hiking Trail or visit Butter Pot Provincial Park to get a first-hand experience of this incredible land.
With flights from Toronto to St. John’s, it’s not hard to find a place to grab a drink with a stroll down George Street. This stretch contains the most pubs per square foot in North America, leaving you with plenty of options for enjoying a pint or two. To go with the bars, the nightlife is lively and friendly, as you might expect in this East Coast city.
Experience high tides of enjoyment in Quidi Vidi Village with flights from Toronto to St. John’s.
Most commonly pronounced “Kiddy Viddy”, this quaint fishing village sits by Quidi Vidi Lake. During the summer, the lake hosts the St. John’s Regatta, but fishing boats are the most popular occupants on the lake’s quiet waters for most of the year.
Recently, Quidi Vidi Village has begun to pull in more than just fish. Artists and craftspeople alike are drawn to the village by the Quidi Vidi Village Plantation. When you fly from Toronto to St. John’s, you can visit the artists at work, and even buy some of the handmade goods they’ve produced.
For a taste of what this village is brewing, head to Newfoundland & Labrador’s largest craft brewery, Quidi Vidi Brewing. The brewery offers tours to learn about the craft beer-making process and the rich history of the area. With a location surrounded by dramatic cliffs and gorgeous scenery, the only thing you’ll enjoy more than the beer will be the view.
When your flight from Toronto to St. John’s lands, it’s easy to get to walking with the village’s winding streets and waterfront views that invite you to wander. Don’t miss out on Quidi Vidi’s landmarks during your travels. While Mallard Cottage may look precarious, it has held up long enough to become a national historic site.
Flights from Toronto to St. John’s have to include taking part in a few local traditions, including getting “screeched in”. You’ll kiss a cod, have a shot of local rum, and become an honourary Newfoundlander at the Quidi Vidi Inn.
Curved around St. John’s harbour, the downtown is never more than a stone’s throw from the Atlantic. With your flight from Toronto to St. John’s, a stop downtown is sure to be a highlight of your East Coast journey.
St. John’s deep history and culture is easily visible during your time downtown. The Rooms is a great starting point when your flight from Toronto to St. John’s lands. As a museum-art gallery hybrid, The Rooms is the perfect window into the city’s past and its creative side. For pure arts, the Leyton Gallery of Fine Art puts the spotlight on Eastern Canada’s artists to really soak up a feel for the local culture.
If that’s not enough St. John’s culture for you, visit the historic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and Basilica of St. John the Baptist for a beautiful example of Gothic Revival architecture and a piece of the past.
When you start to feel hungry, Duckworth Street is home to some of the most interesting restaurants in the city. With a blend of food styles and options, you’re sure to find something to suit your taste.
To quench your after-dinner thirst, make your way to George Street to grab a drink. With more pubs per square foot than anywhere else in North America, their beer is always flowing.
Be sure to bring along your camera on your flight to St. John’s from Toronto so you can strike a pose along Jellybean Row. Jellybean Row doesn’t refer to any one road in St. John’s, but to the brightly-coloured Victorian row houses found throughout downtown. Gower Street and Bond Street are great places to look for them, but it’s even more fun to stumble upon them throughout your journey.
Toronto to St. John’s direct and connecting flights are available to get you there year round.
Fly direct from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to St. John’s International Airport (YYT), with a stop in Ottawa or Montréal and a stop in Halifax. Toronto to St. John’s flight time is 3 hours and 35 minutes on average. The distance from Toronto to St. John’s is around 2,120 km / 1,320 mi.
For connecting flights, fly from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to St. John’s International Airport (YYT), with a connection in Ottawa or Montréal and a connection in Halifax . Connection times vary.
While onboard, sit back, relax, and enjoy our free drinks and snacks.
Porter’s check-in desk is located on the second floor, in the departures area.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) is about 3 km / 2 mi from downtown Toronto.
All roads and rails lead to Porter. Located at the base of Bathurst Street, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is easily accessible by streetcar (the 511 streetcar via Bathurst subway station and the 509 streetcar via Union Station). You can take the subway, GO Transit, PATH or UP Express to and from Union Station and then hop on the free shuttle bus service to get you to Porter as well.
Ubers are available for pick-up and drop-off at the airport.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
Taxis from downtown cost about $10 CAD. Car service is about $40 CAD.
The shuttle pick-up and drop-off location downtown is by the west entrance of the Royal York Hotel on York Street.
The shuttle bus offers comfortable and complimentary service between downtown and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, 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
You can choose to take the pedestrian tunnel to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport or the 90-second ferry ride that runs every 15 minutes across Toronto’s inner harbour.
St. John’s International Airport (YYT) is about 10 km / 6 mi from downtown St. John’s.
Car rental services are available in the level 1 baggage hall of St. John’s International Airport (YYT).
Taxis to downtown cost about $25 CAD.