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Flight from Toronto Pearson Airport to Athens
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Looking for cheap airfare to Greece? 25% of our users found tickets to Greece for the following prices or less: From Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl C$ 701 one-way - C$ 1,382 round-trip, from Toronto Pearson Intl C$ 698 one-way - C$ 1,406 round-trip
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The Athens International Airport (ATH), about 19 km east of Athens, is the largest and main airport offering year-round arrivals and departures travel to and from Greece. The airport mainly serves the Athens and Attica cities of Greece and major towns, including Markopoulo, Koropi, Loutsa, and Spata town.
The Sporades and Evia Islands, including the Skiathos, in central Greece are ideal places to visit in the summer. If you are visiting the Sporades from Canada, consider flying into the Athens International Airport and Thessaloniki Airport (SKG) then connect to the smaller airport, the Skiathos Airport (JSI), receiving domestic flights from Athens and Thessaloniki Airports. During summer, you can fly a charter flight from Canada to Skiathos airport.
Meteora Greece is one of the popular destinations for people touring Greece. There isn’t an airport in the Meteora area, therefore, to access the place, you first fly into Thessaloniki Airport, which is the closest, then take a bus to Meteora.
Travellers who want to visit several islands in the Cyclades of Greece should consider flying into Naxos Airport (JNX) from Athens. As Naxos is the biggest islands of the Cyclades, it also has the best ferry connections to other islands including Santorini and Mykonos.
Holy Week, which is the week leading up to Greek Easter, is the most important religious holiday in Greece. It is celebrated all across the country, so be aware that airfares and prices for accommodation tend to rise sharply during and around Holy Week.
If you want to visit Delphi and Mount Parnassus, the most convenient option might be to fly into Athens International Airport (ATH) where you can either rent a car or take a bus to Delphi. The drive takes about 2h by car.
To explore the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece, you can fly into Kalamata International Airport (KLX) which handles regular connections to major Greek cities, as well as some flights to other European destinations.
To visit the Pagasetic Gulf and the beaches around Volos, consider flying into Nea Anchialos Airport (VOL). Nea Anchialos is located on the coast of the Aegean Sea, approximately 18 km east of Volos, so you can easily explore the region by renting a car at the airport.
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If you want to connect to the rest of Greece from an airport via public transit, consider flying into Athens International Airport (ATH). ATH connects to Athens and Piraeus via four city bus lines. You can also take one of the five regional buses from the airport to nearby cities. The airport is also served by bus Route X96 Piraeus connecting to Piraeus port and Metro Line 3, connecting to the Port via Metro Line 1. The Metro Line 3 via Athens Suburban Railways also travels long distance from the airport.
If you are visiting Greece for official business, you can fly into the Sofitel Athens Airport, consisting of 10 rooms with about 600 guests capacity. The airport offers meeting concierge services upon request equipped with audio-visual equipment, and has a business centre. You can access the business hotel at the airport via rail, metro, and road.
Samaria Gorge is one of the longest gorges in Europe and is located on the island of Crete. The biggest airport on the island is Heraklion International Airport (HER) which is serviced by national carriers such as Olympic Air. Heraklion International Airport also handles international flights, the majority of which fly to and from European destinations.
Greece is part of the European Union and the Schengen agreement. Canadian citizens who wish to visit Greece do not need a visa if their stay does not exceed 90 days. However, be aware that your stays in the Schengen area are cumulative, so if you are planning to visit multiple European countries, make sure that your stay does not exceed 90 days within a 180-day period. If you want to stay longer, you will have to get a visa for each of the countries in the Schengen area that you are planning to travel to.
Air Canada and Air Transat offer direct flights to Greece, connecting Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Montreal-Pierre Trudeau International Airport (YUL) with Greece's main international hub, Athens International Airport. If you are flying from other Canadian cities, your flight will probably include a layover either at one of the major Canadian hubs or at a European airport such as London Heathrow (LHR) or Frankfurt Airport (FRA), depending on your airline.
Most international flights land at Athens International Airport, which is the perfect starting point if you want to travel to various regions or islands as it offers many connecting flights across the country. If you want to explore the northern part of Greece, including Mount Olympus, consider flying into Thessaloniki Airport (SKG), the main airport in Northern Greece.
An average direct flight from Canada to Greece takes 17h 42m, covering a distance of 8422 km. The most popular route is Toronto - Athens with an average flight time of 9h 25m.
The cheapest ticket to Greece from Canada found in the last 72 hours was C$ 672 one-way, and C$ 730 round-trip. The most popular route is Toronto Pearson Intl to Athens Eleftherios V. and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was C$ 903.
Aegean Airlines, Air Canada & Lufthansa fly the most frequently from Canada to Greece.
Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Athens (78% of total searches to Greece). The next most popular destinations are Thera (4%) and Heraklion (4%). Searches for flights to Thessaloniki (4%), to Chania (3%) and to Rhodes (1%) are also popular.
Aegean Airlines, Air Canada and Lufthansa have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Greece. Confirm policies on booking site.
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