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C$ 673 Find cheap flights from Tokyo to Toronto

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C$ 1,260American Airlines
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Tue, 15 Oct - Thu, 24 Oct
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C$ 1,466Delta
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C$ 1,545United Airlines
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C$ 1,549United Airlines
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C$ 1,792Air Canada
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C$ 1,811Air Canada
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Flights from Tokyo to Toronto - Travel Insights & Trends

Get data-powered insights and trends into flights from Tokyo to Toronto to help you find the cheapest flights, the best time to fly and much more.

What is the cheapest Tokyo to Toronto flight route?

The cheapest price for flight routes found by users searching on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks for one-way flights from Tokyo to Toronto.
Our data shows that the cheapest route for a one-way flight from Tokyo to Toronto cost C$ 1,226 and was between Tokyo Narita Airport and Toronto Pearson Intl Airport. On average, the best prices are found if you fly this route. The average price for a return flight for this route is C$ 1,182.

What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Tokyo to Toronto?

The average price of all flights from Tokyo to Toronto clicked on KAYAK for each day over the last 12 months.
When flying from Tokyo to Toronto, you should consider leaving on a Saturday and avoid Tuesdays if you are looking for the best rates. For your return to Tokyo, you’ll find the best rates on Tuesdays and the most expensive ones on Fridays.

What is the cheapest month to fly from Tokyo to Toronto?

To calculate monthly average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each month over the last year for flights from Tokyo to Toronto, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the median of all values for each month.
The cheapest month for flights from Tokyo to Toronto is February, where tickets cost C$ 1,399 on average. On the other hand, the most expensive months are June and August, where the average cost of tickets is C$ 2,838 and C$ 2,837 respectively.

How far in advance should I book a flight from Tokyo to Toronto?

To calculate daily average prices, KAYAK takes all prices for each day before departure over the last year for flights from Tokyo to Toronto, removes the top 0.1% to account for outliers, and then takes the average of all the values for each month.
To get a below average price on the flight from Tokyo to Toronto, you should book around 1 week before departure. For the absolute cheapest price, our data suggests you should book 11 days before departure.

Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Tokyo to Toronto?

The cheapest price for the route for each airline clicked by KAYAK users in the last 72 hours.
In the last 72 hours, the best return deals on flights connecting Tokyo to Toronto were found on American Airlines (C$ 1,260) and Delta (C$ 1,466). Philippine Airlines proposed the cheapest one-way flight at C$ 688.

Which airlines fly direct between Tokyo and Toronto?

Airline and price data is aggregated from results in KAYAK’s search results from the last 2 weeks for flights from Tokyo to Toronto.
There is just one airline that flies from Tokyo to Toronto direct and that is Air Canada. The best one-way deal found from Air Canada for the route is C$ 1,504.

How many flights are there between Tokyo and Toronto per day?

Each day, there are between 3 and 4 nonstop flights that take off from Tokyo and land in Toronto, with an average flight time of 12h 22m. The most common departure time is 5:00 p.m. and most flights take off in the afternoon, while the most flights land at Toronto Pearson Intl Airport. Each week, there are 27 flights. The most frequent day of departure is Wednesday, when 15% of all weekly flights depart. The fewest flights depart on a Thursday.

Which cabin class options are there for flights between Tokyo and Toronto?

The average price of flights for each cabin class for the route found by users searching on KAYAK over the last 2 weeks.
There are 3 cabin class options for the route. These are Business, Economy and Prem Economy. Perform a search on KAYAK to find the latest prices and availability for all cabin fares, which differ across airlines.

How long does a flight from Tokyo to Toronto take?

The duration of a direct flight to Toronto from Tokyo is typically 12h 15m. The journey crosses a distance of 16,639 km.

What’s the earliest departure time from Tokyo to Toronto?

Early birds can take the earliest flight from Tokyo at 5:25 pm and will be landing in Toronto at 4:40 pm.

What’s the latest departure time from Tokyo to Toronto?

If you prefer to fly at night, the latest flight from Tokyo to Toronto jets off at 5:45 pm and lands at 5:00 pm.

Good to know

Low season

January

High season

August

Cheapest flight

C$ 673
Best time to beat the crowds but there is an average 10% increase in price.
Most popular time to fly (39% more expensive on average)
Flight from Tokyo Narita Airport to Toronto

When to book flights from Tokyo to Toronto

Are your dates flexible? Find out the best times to travel from Tokyo to Toronto based on our flight data from the last year. Discover the cheapest month and even day to fly.
Estimated round-trip price
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FAQs for booking flights from Tokyo to Toronto

  • What eco-friendly measures do airlines flying from Tokyo to Toronto practice?

    On average, flights from Tokyo to Toronto emit about 2682 kg of carbon per passenger on board. However, various airline offers environmentally sustainable flights, including Air Canada, All Nippon Airways (ANA), Jeju Air, KLM, Delta, and Air Canada. Consider flying Air Canada, which has the most eco-friendly practices plying the route. Air Canada invests in modern plane models, adopting fuel-efficient planes, and using carbon offset programs to decrease carbon emissions by flights from Tokyo to Toronto.

  • What layover options do I have flying from Tokyo to Toronto?

    Different airlines traveling from Tokyo to Toronto offer both direct and stopover flights. When plying the route, you can use a direct flight or have a layover. The layover city you settle for depends on your airline, the flight route, and the number of layovers you choose to have. For single layover flights, the common layover cities include Hong Kong by Cathay Airlines, Minneapolis by Delta, Calgary by WestJet, Dallas Fort Worth by American Airlines, Los Angeles and Chicago by ANA, and Seattle by United Airlines.

  • What services does Japan Airlines offer to unaccompanied minors flying from Tokyo to Toronto?

    Japan Airlines is one of the many airlines flying to Toronto from Tokyo, providing services to unaccompanied minors. The airline considers children between 5 to 11 years as unaccompanied minors and must therefore be booked as such. Kids between 12 to 17 have the option of booking as unaccompanied minors. The airline offers services to the minor during check-in and arrival in Toronto. Japan Airlines assigned the minor trained personnel to supervise the child and ensure comfort and safety throughout the journey.

  • Are there any airline hub airports in Toronto?

    When flying into Toronto from Tokyo, consider flying into YYZ, a hub for WestJet, Porter Airlines, and Air Canada. The airport is also a focus city for Canada Jetlines, Air Transat, Swoop, Lynx, and Flair Airlines. Flying into YYZ allows you to connect to over 100 destinations, including domestic destinations like Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Calgary. If you fly Air Canada, YYZ has a lounge accessible to Air Canada ticket holders. You can access business facilities at this lounge and other services, including complimentary meals.

  • What is the cheapest flight from Tokyo to Toronto?

    In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight from Tokyo to Toronto was C$ 494 for a one-way ticket and C$ 925 for a round-trip.

  • Which airlines offer Wi-Fi service onboard planes from Tokyo to Toronto?

    Air Canada, and Delta offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Tokyo to Toronto flight route.

  • Which aircraft models fly most regularly from Tokyo to Toronto?

    The Boeing 777-300ER is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Tokyo to Toronto flight route.

  • Which airline alliances offer flights from Tokyo to Toronto?

    Star Alliance is the only airline alliance operating flights between Tokyo and Toronto.

  • On which days can I fly direct from Tokyo to Toronto?

    There are direct flights from Tokyo to Toronto on a daily basis.

  • Which is the best airline for flights from Tokyo to Toronto, EVA Air or Delta?

    The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Tokyo to Toronto are EVA Air and Delta. With an average price for the route of C$ 1,659 and an overall rating of 8.3, EVA Air is the most popular choice. Delta is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of C$ 1,621 and an overall rating of 8.0.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Tokyo to Toronto?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Tokyo to Toronto.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Tokyo to Toronto?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Toronto from Tokyo is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Tokyo to Toronto?

    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 Tokyo with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Tokyo to Toronto?

    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 Tokyo up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding a cheap flight from Tokyo to Toronto

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found flights on this route for C$ 1,647 or less one-way and C$ 2,000 or less round-trip.
  • Tokyo has two international airports, Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND) and Narita International Airport (NRT). If you are flying out from Downtown Tokyo, consider Haneda Airport, the closest to downtown, about 14 km away, as your origin airport.
  • Narita Airport is the primary international hub in Tokyo, while Haneda Airport mainly handles domestic flights. When flying to Toronto from Tokyo, consider flying from Narita Airport, as it has more flights to international destinations, including Toronto.
  • When flying into Toronto from Tokyo, your destination airport will be Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) IN Mississauga, Ontario, about 27 km northwest of downtown Toronto. The airport is the central hub for international travel in Toronto - therefore, the ideal destination airport from Tokyo.
  • If you are having a flight with layovers and are headed to Toronto Island, you can land at Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport (YOW) or Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), then connect to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) in Toronto, operating domestic and regional flights.
  • All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines, flying from Tokyo to Toronto, allow passengers to have one carry-on baggage of dimensions up to 55 by 40 by 25 cm with a weight limit of up to 10 kg plus a smaller personal item like a handbag.
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Prefer to fly non-stop from Tokyo to Toronto?

Find which airlines fly direct from Tokyo to Toronto, which days they fly and book direct flights.

Nonstop departures

Tokyo to Toronto

Monday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Tuesday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Wednesday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Thursday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Friday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Saturday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Sunday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

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Nonstop returns

Toronto to Tokyo

Monday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Tuesday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Wednesday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Thursday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Friday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Saturday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

Sunday

ANA,Air Canada

ANA,Air Canada

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Top 5 airlines serving from Tokyo to Toronto

 
See real verified KAYAK customer reviews for airlines flying from Tokyo to Toronto. Airline scores are aggregated from all reviews left by passengers on KAYAK after flying with an airline. KAYAK doesn’t show reviews that are older than 5 years. Learn how KAYAK collects reviews.
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8.3
EVA AirOverall score based on 1516 reviews
8.0Entertainment
8.0Food
8.4Boarding
8.2Comfort
8.6Crew
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Flight was smooth no complaint. Except maybe better food choice for the long flight…

10.0 ExcellentSarann, May 2024PNH - TPE
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Flight was smooth no complaint. Except maybe better food choice for the long flight…

Everything was excellent service was good.Only one problem my trip san francisco to tapie was good but the Taipe to HongKong we change gate 3times a lot of walking n everyone has to rush around from gate to gate.By the time to board our flight i felt soo sick from running from one gate to another.That was the only problem i face

It was a pleasant fly with Eva Air from NYC to Taipei. The crew were friendly and the food was exceeded my expectation.

No ice for the drinks. Only gave a half a cup of your beverage. Not enough water. I got very dehydrated.

Overall the flight was what might be expected for a long haul flight to Asia in economy class. The cabin crew was attentive and the food was good. Boarding was fairly fast and easy. The one thing I found frustrating was the EVA app. It is terrible. Trying to do anything on it was almost impossible.

I hope their usb charging port works. None of their usb port is working. Boeing 777 LA to Taipei (vs)

The flight went well. Everything good. Boarding. Meal service. Snack (crackers) & Drinks. (Could do with more selection like a sandwich). The seats did not have the annoying footrests (that dig into your shins when you stretch out your legs.). Entertainment was good as I watch 4 movies. Screens were bight (adjustable) but could do with privacy filters on them to prevent light from the passenger next to you shining in your face. They need to have milk for hot black tea though as coffee creamer just never makes tea taste nice.

EVA would not help with ticket issue since they were purchased through a travel agency. Even though it was EVA ticket stock. Travel agency Budget Air didn't reissue ticket after airline change which I didn’t learn until trying to checkin on Christmas Day and there was no contact number for the agency to help. I will never use Budget Air to purchase flight again and disappointed in EVA’s refusal to help. Thankfully just under 12 hrs before departure someone from the agency was available to reissue tickets. I was starting to think we would not be flying and the stress trying to resolve was completely unacceptable.

The crew is so cold and indifferent but I have to appreciate their professionalism. The seat is too hard and not comfortable at all. Entertainment is very limited and not of many choices.

My original flight was rescheduled & EVA did a good job rescheduling my flight & connecting flight.

West Jet has a horrible boarding process and the seats have no cushion.

On time departure, smooth trip, flight attendant told through passengers the gate we would arrive at and the gate our outbound flight was departing from. Early arrival

I was sitting at comfort +. One of the Asian male crew was so loud when he delivered service. When he asked questions or what food you need, he was shouting. He must be a prison guard before going Delta.

Of course, the Gate change was last minute and they were boarding g when we finally got to the change of terminal as well.

I was surprised to have such bad service since I feel Delta usually does a good job for long haul flights, but this experience was quite bad. Onboarding was chaotic, the flight was uncomfortable as the cabin temp swung from very cold to steaming hot, and the attendants were rude and inattentive.

Airline stewardess service is good. The check-in attendant had a bad attitude and was unprofessional. We did not complete the trip as originally planned. Very dissatisfied☹️ We didn't get on this flight

Lost luggage! No representative of the airline present at the airport. Air France contracted the service out to a 3rd party service. The service has no ability to track the missing bag or provide a time frame on its arrival.

Crew was wonderful, very professional and pleasant. On time performance. Excellent flights,smooth. Thank you!

I wouldn't say I liked being forced to check my small roller bag at the gate; too many people had bags and were in a higher boarding group.

Why, on an 11+ hour flight, is the food being served at a speed resembling a 90-minute flight? Flight crew practically threw our food at us, then cleaned it up before everyone was done. All, presumably, so that they could retreat away for the next 7 hours to be completely unavailable. No additional beverages were served for hours. Delta is supposed to be the premium American carrier, but on this flight, it made me wish I was flying someone else. Also, the “upgrade” to comfort+ is a joke. It was worse than Japan Airline’s lowest level economy class. Literally no comparison between these two airlines. I wouldn’t fly Delta from Tokyo again unless I absolutely had to. Very disappointing amenities and service!

I feel like they have upgraded the app since I last flew United and I found it to be super helpful. I had stopped flying United unless absolutely necessary and my experience on this trip indicates they have been working hard to improve their services.

The ride was good but no food ot entertainment hence, it was just over an hour flight.

The real big issue with this flight was that it was 3 hours delayed. Other than that, no big praises or complaints.

Aircraft has better leg room than any of United's larger planes. We had requested mobility assistance for this and related flights. United's response to all was superb.

No snacks served! Seating in the kast row in uncomfortable.

I was duped into thinking it was a United Airlines flight when in fact United had nothing to do with it.

Flight was fine, it was delayed but only 30 minutes, staff were efficient, lady making announcements at LAX was really hard to understand but the rest were great.

The male air hostess was rude and didn’t even offer me a drink. Poor customer service!

We left really late. Things that were out if anybody’s control I guess.

When I purchased my ticket, I assumed it was a real ticket, as in, when I go to the airport I am guaranteed a seat. Not so. When I checked in 24 hours ahead of time, I noticed I did not have a seat assignment and my boarding pass said "Standby." I was informed at the gate that the flight was full and I may not get on that plane. I don't recall being offered the option of selecting a seat when I checked in, and apparently, for the honor of pre-selecting a seat, you must pay an additional fee. So, a ticket really isn't a ticket, it's actually a lottery and if you're lucky, you may make it on board - or you can choose to be extorted for extra money for the guarantee of a seat. It's like making reservations with the Godfather - one payment isn't enough, there's always another bribe you have to make. After the first few zones were called and I hadn't been informed of my status, I went to the gate agent and they handed me a boarding pass, for the very last row near the restrooms, in between two very large people. Apparently that was my punishment for not purchasing a seat ahead of time. Airline service has not only gotten more expensive, but the return on your money has shrunk and there is little regard for the passengers. This feels like a racket. I am not pleased, as you may have gathered.

Flight got delayed due to a technical issue, but they were quick to find an alternative airplane.

The food has never improved. It will never improve. But when I'm boarding a flight in priority boarding and I've spent 10 hours inside the security area of the airport and I get "randomly" selected for additional screening as I board the plane when the flight has already been delayed, and I work as a military contractor that has been issued visas direct from JMOD, I find it ridiculous. I would never recommend anyone to use AA on international flights. JAL is a better airline with older planes. The flight attendants on international hauls on American also have a chip on their shoulder and really dont deliver the same level of service code share partners do.

The Flight attendant had an attitude and didn't allow anyone any time to prepare for landing despite being absent throughout the entire trip

Transfer from Terminal 1 to Terminal 3 by bus is chaotic, because as per information Free Shuttle Bus was supposed to take passengers from Domestic Terminal 1 to International Terminal 3, but the bus took us from Terminal 1 to terminal 2, then to Terminal 1 ,, 2 and finally to Terminal 3

The flight attendants were excellent. They were Japanese obviously. They helped my wife navigate the controls for the seat. The lunch setup was wonderful. They were always walking up and down the aisles to be sure there were no problems.

Flight was delayed and missed connecting flight. Did not give warning about delay until we showed up at the airport. Not good.

Good over all but my flight from. Miami to Barbados the airplane was very dirty like I have never seen before. It looked like that plane hasn’t been cleaned in a long time and I fly about one time a month.

Everything was very good EXCEPT the food, on a five and a half hour trip. They only gave to us was snacks in first class. They didn't give us pillows or blankets.

Closed the doors on 9 people rushing through the airport for the flight with delays all over the AA terminal. Ended up reopening the gate after 10 minutes and stressing the customers who had all sat on the tarmac for 30-40 minutes with bottleneck AA traffic. Discourteous and unprofessional staff at the gate initially. Worse experience with AA ever. Okay on the plane. Pilot was fine through tough weather.

Flights were delayed multiple times, missed connecting flight for home destination

The staff were on the last leg. But they were still very accommodating and polite. They were all very helpful with getting the bags up and getting people to their seats.

Flight from Lisbon to Toronto was smooth, and we arrived early! Flight from Toronto to Denver was delayed about 40 minutes. We didn’t hear about the delay until after we had boarded the plane. The delay could have been handled better.

The Air Canadian personnel were all very professional and friendly. I will definitely fly on them again.

My second flight ended up being through United and it was fine. Again, just frustrating that it was so late.

First time flying Air Canada and the trip was very pleasant! They did a great job getting us out of Toronto and into Rome (early!) For an international flight it was very enjoyable.

Not full, so lots of room, which is really the only thing that can make flying economy more comfortable. Direct to Toronto is great! I didn't eat or use the entertainment.

You do not have a space for flight cancelled. BUT!!! Air Canada handled it great. Was booked on another airline for the next day. The original flight was booked solid. But he precheck by the maintenance found a mechanical problem and the plane was not safe to fly. It was an inconvenience to have to wait until next day but I would rather arrive safely.

Very good other than we have to wait for one crew and we’re delayed and the pilot and his co- pilot has to make a difference to be right on time arrival. Disappointed about no food service also.

I had written all my complaints on my trip from Grand Junction to Denver so I will repeat it here! I was absolutely appalled that I had to pay for a regular seat that I choose 24 hrs before boarding! Also I checked my large bag which I had to pay for as well, and by the time I boarded all the room in the bins were gone so also had to check that one. I noticed people pulling out oversized suitcases, bigger than the measurements stated for carry on, and also large pack packs stuffed full! So these people were taking up 2 or 3 spaces that the rest of us should have been able to use but couldn’t! NoTV on the flight! Thankfully I had downloaded the United Airlines app and was able to watch movies on my phone. Don’t remember the last time I flew in a plane with no movie screens!

The crew was friendly, the seats are too small. Air travel is barely tolerable anymore.

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Recent one-way flight deals

 
Only flying one-way? Below are some of the best one-way flight deals from Tokyo to Toronto found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours.
21/5Tue
1 stop
20h 10mNRT-YYZ
C$ 673
20/5Mon
1 stop
37h 25mNRT-YYZ
C$ 681
28/9Sat
2 stopsUnited Airlines
28h 33mHND-YYZ
C$ 835
28/9Sat
1 stopAmerican Airlines
18h 13mHND-YYZ
C$ 847
4/9Wed
2 stopsDelta
20h 30mHND-YYZ
C$ 849
27/8Tue
2 stopsUnited Airlines
29h 13mHND-YYZ
C$ 850
17/6Mon
2 stopsDelta
43h 45mHND-YYZ
C$ 921
21/6Fri
2 stopsAmerican Airlines
24h 11mHND-YYZ
C$ 931
5/7Fri
1 stopAir Canada
16h 49mNRT-YTZ
C$ 1,452
4/7Thu
1 stopAir Canada
17h 09mNRT-YTZ
C$ 1,454

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Last minute flight, train and bus deals

 
These last-minute flight deals are the cheapest flights found on KAYAK in the last 72 hours for flights from Tokyo to Toronto that are departing in the next 10 days.
17/5Fri
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
34h 59mNRT-YYZ
20/5Mon
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
36h 33mYYZ-NRT
C$ 1,421
17/5Fri
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
29h 57mHND-YYZ
2/6Sun
multi-stopAmerican Airlines
33h 35mYYZ-HND
C$ 1,741
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multi-stopKLM
45h 35mNRT-YYZ
2/6Sun
multi-stopKLM
27h 50mYYZ-NRT
C$ 1,798
17/5Fri
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20h 10mNRT-YYZ
2/6Sun
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32h 10mYYZ-NRT
C$ 1,812
17/5Fri
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21h 56mNRT-YYZ
2/6Sun
multi-stop
32h 10mYYZ-NRT
C$ 1,846
20/5Mon
multi-stopCathay Pacific
23h 25mNRT-YYZ
26/5Sun
multi-stopCathay Pacific
40h 05mYYZ-NRT
C$ 2,104
20/5Mon
multi-stopCathay Pacific
24h 50mNRT-YYZ
26/5Sun
multi-stopCathay Pacific
26h 35mYYZ-NRT
C$ 2,166
20/5Mon
directAir Canada
12h 15mNRT-YYZ
27/5Mon
multi-stopAir Canada
26h 55mYYZ-NRT
C$ 2,206
17/5Fri
multi-stopUnited Airlines
18h 33mHND-YYZ
2/6Sun
multi-stopUnited Airlines
35h 40mYYZ-HND
C$ 2,234
20/5Mon
directAir Canada
12h 15mNRT-YYZ
26/5Sun
multi-stopAir Canada
25h 55mYYZ-NRT
C$ 2,715

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