Toronto Pearson international airport (YYZ)

In 2012 the biggest long haul markets from Toronto are:

London LHR (392,000), Hong Kong (293,000), Paris CDG (198,000),

Beijing (182,000), Rome FCO (181,000), Delhi (176,000),

Manila (143,000), Shanghai (121,000), Seoul ICN (100,000).

Toronto Pearson
        international airport (YYZ)Toronto Pearson international
        airport (YYZ)
Toronto Pearson international airport offers most of the long haul flights in Canada in 2011. Toronto is the largest city of Canada. Rainfall is equally distrubuted throughout the year, but the winters in the city are really cold. July and August are the hottest months.
Domestic
Montreal
Vancouver


USA
New York Los Angeles



Europe
London
Paris
Frankfurt



Brussels
Barcelona

Athens

Latin America
Santiago
Sao Paulo



Asia
Tel Aviv
Tokyo
Beijing
Shanghai





Hong Kong

Toronto Pearson international airport (YYZ)

Country: Toronto Pearson is the largest airport of Canada in 2010.

Airlines: Toronto remains overwhelmingly the true hub for Air Canada.

Terminals:
- Terminal 1 is used for both national and international flights in 2009 by Air Canada
- Terminal 3, used by foreign carriers (Skyteam, Oneworld) and westjet.
There is a 24 hour linktrain service between the two terminals, parking lots and a Sheraton hotel.

Location: 25 minutes drive northwest of downtown Toronto.

Departures: DEPARTURES - Toronto to South America

Arrivals: ARRIVALS

Long-haul: Toronto (YYZ) outnumbers Montreal (YUL) 3:1 in terms of long-haul departures in 2009.

Website: http://www.gtaa.ca
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