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When you are planning to fly from Charlottetown to Toronto in the company of your kids, you are required to book one of the kid-friendly airlines for the comfort of your kids. Fly Air Canada Airline is one of the best airlines you can consider reserving because it is spacious and has legroom in it.
Yes. Late-night landings at common at YYZ. When your flight catches the ground in Toronto very late at night, you should be less worried about where you’ll spend the rest of your night. For instance, you only have to book a hotel near the arrival airport to spend your night. Best Western Toronto Airport Hotel is one of the best hotels you can reserve for your night. It has ideal amenities that will enhance your comfort.
Among the airlines flying from Charlottetown to Toronto, Air Canada stands out as one of the highly eco-friendly carriers. The airline has a program aimed at reducing carbon emissions by adopting highly efficient engines in all its aircraft.
While at Toronto Pearson International Airport you can connect to various cities from the airport by renting car rentals. Some of the cities you can visit include Mississauga, Hamilton, Brampton, and Toronto Canada. For easy movement from one city to another, you should consider car rentals.
The duration of a direct flight to Toronto from Charlottetown is typically 2h 27m. The journey crosses a distance of 2,106 km.
There are 13 direct flights per day travelling from Charlottetown to Toronto, for an average of 91 flights per week.
In the past 3 days, the cheapest one-way tickets to Toronto from Charlottetown were found on Flair Airlines (C$ 138) and Swoop (C$ 147), and the lowest round-trip tickets were found on Porter Airlines (C$ 394) and Air Canada (C$ 403).
Your flight ticket price will generally be cheaper if you fly to Toronto on a Monday and more expensive on a Thursday. On your return trip to Charlottetown, you should consider flying back on a Wednesday, and avoid Saturdays for better deals.
When flying out of Charlottetown you will be using Charlottetown. You will be landing at one of these airports: Toronto Island or Toronto Pearson Intl.
The earliest flight leaves Charlottetown at 5:20 am and lands in Toronto at 6:56 am.
The last flight leaves Charlottetown at 10:35 pm and lands in Toronto at 12:05 am.
Air Canada, Flair Airlines, United Airlines, and Swoop operate direct flights from Charlottetown to Toronto.
Only Air Canada offers inflight Wi-Fi service on the Charlottetown to Toronto flight route.
The Boeing 737 MAX 8 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Charlottetown to Toronto flight route.
Star Alliance is the only airline alliance operating flights between Charlottetown and Toronto.
There are direct flights from Charlottetown to Toronto on a daily basis.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Charlottetown to Toronto are Porter Airlines and Swoop. With an average price for the route of C$ 402 and an overall rating of 7.7, Porter Airlines is the most popular choice. Swoop is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of C$ 200 and an overall rating of 7.2.
Air Canada, United Airlines and Swoop have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Charlottetown to Toronto. Confirm policies on booking site.
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Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to Toronto with an airline and back to Charlottetown with another airline.
Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Toronto from Charlottetown up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
Flight was good and staff was efficient and friendly. Being a discount airline, they charge for carry on, food and beverages. I did not partake, but your survey doesn't have a n/a button. My only thing was that it felt like I was sitting on a cement block. My behind was sore after a couple of hours. I was not able to check in on line, so very thankful that the linecat the airport moved quickly. I think I will use Swoop in future if I just need to get somewhere and don't need to bring carry on bags.
Bring your own water, do not expect and comfort on the plan, and over priced gross processed food. Drinks were could (paid for) and saw we needed to bring our own water for a 5 hour flight. Kinda shitty you have to pay for carry on- same price and stowaway luggage. The luggage cost more than 2 round trips from Toronto to Victoria bc. Shocked at that
Airline did Not inform us is further delays to an already cancelled flight. Big chaos prior to boarding.
I would take swoop for a 1, maybe 2 hour flight MAX. Every thing is an up charge, even water. The seats don’t recline so it makes it very tough sitting in that small space. The crew was amazing though, they went above and beyond to try and make the experience comfortable. Also, we were delayed a total of 4 times - 5 hours.
I've flown with swoop a few times and always had a good experience. The crew are pleasant and helpful. Thanks
It’s a no frills airline, professional and gets the job done well.
Nothing at all. The flight attendants couldn’t care less about the passengers. Overheard 2 complaint about being “too tired to bother or care about anything”. Complaining about working 2 jobs and was even too tired to care about returning a lost pair of glasses that they just threw away. Never flying this crappy airline again.
Really nice flight barring a one hour delay, which was already informed. Staff at abbottsford check in counter was very friendly and helpful. Her name was Robin.
Lack of staff Airplane (even with upgraded seats) was not comfortable Boarding took extremely long, no system in place Inconsistent messaging on reason for delay
I sat near a man who continually took his mask off. He was told to put it on 3 different times. He would say “ oh sorry” then remove it as soon as they walked away. By the end of the flight they had given up and they all walked by him “maskless” and didn’t say anything. He coughed and sneezed throughout the flight
Worst flight experience in my 74 years. Air Canada denied me the right to take the flight even though the jetway door was open. Never encountered such unprofessional staff in my life. Air Canada? Never again. Worst customer service and I will go out of my way to NEVER fly Air Canada again.
We had a connecting international flight in Toronto when we landed found out that one of our assigned seats was now on standby. Two hour line at customer service on telephone hold for over an hour without answer. The plane was very old and outdated many thing did not function properly. Business class had half the normal bin space of a modern plane by the time we boarded the only bin space available was filled with bedding and pillows for a return flight I must assume. Half of the chair functions did not work. The food was by far the worst I have been offered in forty years of flying. We tried to refund our return flights from Lisbon Portugal to Los Angeles and were offered $122 on $7000 tickets. Air Canada is by for my worst experience in international air travel I have had to date and I am dreading the trip home. Oh Air Canada may we never meet again.
Boarding stalled because they ran out of overhead room for carry on.
The power outlets for the entire row was not working
Paid for Air Canada but got Rouge - no entertainment no chargers
Our flight was delayed due to mechanical issues. Would have been nice to have been compensated for our time or at least had some kind of perk. On a smaller note, the crew only came through the flight once with food and drinks when it was advertised that they would come through twice. Overall, felt like we had to deal with their problems.
Lots of leg room in the front rows. Wish water was free.
I don't like anything. The crew was so bad. Misbehaved badly. The worst flight.
Long wait for baggage check in with only one on site attendant.
The worst airlines I have seen in my life they don’t respect anyone they don’t care about anyone they lost our luggage and no one is responding. We waited for five hours to get our luggage back.🤬🤬🤬👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Great staff. Cramped seating for someone 5 feet, 2 inches and average weight. So if you're tall or heavy -- good luck. Even if you wait until the 24 hour checkin time, you still charge for seating. Really? So either it is a less-than-pleasant experience or pay the price of a "big name" airline. And if I'm going to pay their prices, why would I fly in your cramped seat? So, in the end, you want to give less comfort for the same prices as Air Canada. Go figure.
The airplane smokes and they think it's normal.... this is sign of deterioration
Flair aircraft smokes before takeoff... and this seem normal to air hostess..... smoking aircraft is not a good sign of safety
Flair’s customer service isn’t helpful at all and their refund is a scam
Everything was great. Got out 5 minutes early and had a nap on the overnight flight.
Wifi was down on this flight but I had a movie downloaded.