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The more the merrier! Flights to Canada crack open the portal to a range of North American destinations that guarantees to transform the way you view the country. Where ten provinces translate to tenfold thrill, excitement and sensation; Canada is one of the near utopias of the world today.

Canada flights from the principal airports in the UK to Pearson Intl Airport (Toronto), Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport (Montreal), Vancouver Intl Airport (Vancouver) and Calgary Intl Airport (Calgary) can be opted for on bargain deals from British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Air Canada in particular, but for those travelling with a relatively flexible timetable, United Airlines and KLM offer low-cost indirect flights to the same dreamland. Winter is low season though and probably the most favoured time for booking flights at cheaper fares. The western urban complex Vancouver takes you to the frosty attractions of British Columbia at this time of the year. Quebec in general and Montreal, in particular, is well known French demographic, a foreign add-on to the exhaustive list of destinations to shuffle through. Dates congruent with major summer festivals like the Vancouver Symphony of Fire and the Calgary Stampede rodeo (mostly in July) will not only cost more on bargain flights to Canada but also on stay, accommodation and miscellaneous. Experience the moment of epiphany as you behold the famous Niagara Falls in its absolute totality even if it’s the only thing you do.

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Airlines that operate flights to Canada from UK

How long is the flight to Canada from UK?

Are there any direct flights to Canada from UK?

Yes, direct flights to Canada are frequently operated from all the major airports in the UK. Heathrow, Manchester, Gatwick are some of the major airport's choices for tourists for international departures. Flight connections are available from Birmingham Airport. The popular stopover for indirect flights to Canada is Frankfurt.

What are the major international airports in Canada?

There are fifteen international airports in Canada. Being a country renowned for public spending, Canada has provided excellent air transportation facilities to its people. Out of those fifteen airports, here are the busiest.

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is the airport that serves the city of Toronto. It is the busiest airport in all of Canada. The airport is only 22.5 kilometres away from downtown Toronto. The airport is also the second busiest airport in North America after JFK and in just 2017 alone, it has served 47 million passengers. The airport also has 5 runways in various directions; two of them are 3.2 kilometres long.

Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is the airport that serves the city of Vancouver. It is located in Sea land, Richmond, British Columbia and is only is only 9 kilometres away from downtown Vancouver. It has won the award of 'the best airport in North America' by Skytrax for the last 9 years in a row. The airport has three runways and was a host of 24.1 million passengers in 2017.

Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) is the airport that serves Montreal. The airport is 20 kilometres away from Downtown Montreal. The airport has three runways and last year was host to 18.1 million passengers.

What is the best time to book flights to Canada?

The best time to book a flight to Canada is in February and in October. February sees the end of the Holiday traffic and to high flight fares, however, the long-awaited summer is yet to begin. In October, the summer has been defeated and the cold comes back, keeping the casual tourists away. Buying a ticket at these times of the year could be cheaper than usual. As a rule of thumb though, whenever you go, book a flight three months in advance.

What are the entry requirements for Canada for British travellers?

A British Citizen with a valid UK passport does not need to have a visa, before travelling to the country. However, the traveller does need an ETA or an electronic Travel Authorization from the Canadian immigration department. This is applicable to all foreign nationals in Canada. Please visit the link below for further information.

What is the best time to visit Canada?

The Best time to visit Canada is from May to September. Canadian winters are legendary, so avoid them if you are not in a mood for a white Christmas. From May onwards, however, things get pleasant. Cities on the eastern side of the country, like Montreal and Toronto, get the most snow. So, if you do intend to go to Canada in the winters, pack the snowshoes and a thick coat. Otherwise, in the summers, jeans and a casual shirt to attend the many carnivals would do.

What are the major landmarks in Canada?

The Province of Quebec in Canada was a French territory for a long time. Later when the British conquered all the land from coast to coast, English culture spread within the community. Canada has a bit of both, though. Both the French and English languages are taught and celebrated by all its citizens. This also reflects in the major landmarks in Canada.

Which events and festivals are celebrated in Canada?

Montreal is the cultural capital of Canada. Toronto maybe richer and shiner, but only Montreal knows how to throw a party. The festivals are therefore usually Montreal concentric, but other cities do pitch-in, in a big way.

What are the transportation options available to tourists within Canada?

Being the second largest country in the world, Canada has been focused on building its transportation infrastructure, especially which could connect its east coast to the west. Railway lines and highways make the transportation of goods and perishable produce quickly and efficiently. Greyhound buses zoom from city to city, facilitating the citizens with cheap travel. Moreover, intercity mobility is also easy since major cities of Canada, namely Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver all have mass transit systems aided by intracity bus networks.

Which five star hotels and accommodation are available for stay in Canada?

There are the most exclusive five star hotels available in Canada. However, cheaper and more economical options are also offered.

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