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Low Season:
June
Best time to beat the crowds
2%
expected price decrease
High Season:
January
Most popular time to fly
16%
expected price increase
Average price:
C$ 520
(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)
Good Deal:
C$ 412
or less (round trip)

When to Book Flights from Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)

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When looking for a cheap flight, consider that 25% of our users selected a flight on this route for C$ 411 or less.
The cheapest flight from Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) was found, on average, 88 days before departure.
Book at least 2 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price.
Morning departure is around 31% cheaper than an evening flight, on average*.
*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

FAQs for Booking Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) Flights

How long does a flight from Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) take?
An average nonstop flight takes 2h 00m, covering a distance of 1326 km.
How many flights are there between Toronto Pearson Intl and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)?
There are 34 (nonstop) flights between Toronto Pearson Intl and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) per week, averaging 6 per day.
Which airlines provide the cheapest flights from Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)?
In the past 3 days, the cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Air Canada (C$ 366) and Multiple Airlines (C$ 383)
Do I need a passport to fly between Toronto Pearson Intl and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)?
No.
Which airlines fly most frequently between Toronto Pearson Intl and Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)?
Air Canada (2 times daily), Delta (1 times daily), WestJet (1 times daily) are the most frequent flyers on this route.
What’s the cheapest day of the week to fly from Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)?
For Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island), Thursday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Sunday is the most expensive. Flying from Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) back to Toronto Pearson Intl, the best deals are generally found on Wednesday, with Friday being the most expensive.

Book cheap flights from Toronto Pearson Intl to Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island) (round-trip)

Airports
Origin
Toronto
C$ 366
only
C$ 366
Destination
Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island)
C$ 366
only
C$ 366
Thu, 7 Dec
YYZ
YYG
3h 52m
Wed, 13 Dec
YYG
YYZ
5h 10m
C$ 366
Trip: 7 days
7.4GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.4 Good
Based on 15 reviews
Overall
7.2
Boarding
7.3
Comfort
7.0
Crew
7.7
Entertainment
6.9
Food
6.4
YYZ
YYG
Excellent 10.0

Everything was basically on time.

Air canada should still give snacks like west jet.

YVR
YUL
Okay 5.6

I love the variety of entertainment, it never fails.

I didnt like how snacks werent included for my 6 hour flght. Also the amount of waste made with all those plastic cups is astonishingly ridiculous. Switch to a more green solution!!!

YYZ
YYG
Mediocre 2.0

Flight staff is pretty good. People on the phone are generally good, as long as you don't mind waiting and hour, or two - three for a callback.

Direct flight was delayed 3 hours and then two more times for a few hours and eventually cancelled from Toronto to Charlottetown due to flight staff (flight attendant called in sick so they cancelled the entire flight). So I was rebooked from my direct flight onto a connection the following evening in Montreal (which was expecting a winter storm). This was at 2 am so no more staff at the airport to even speak to. Had to call and ask for a call back which came at 4 am. The next day I got to the airport at 2 pm for my 5 pm flight to Montreal. It got delayed so I called air Canada and they booked me on an earlier flight. However it was too early and staff at the airport couldn't check me in as it was less than 45 minutes (facepalm). I was put on a later flight and got to Montreal okay. In Montreal my flight was delayed multiple times. Finally got on the plane but the ground staff was not around to get the place ready, pushed back, refused, etc. Waited 35 minutes on the plane before going to de-ice. Flight got 75% of the way to Charlottetown (almost over Moncton). It was a very turbulent flight. The pilot notified us we couldn't lanf in Charlottetown and were being diverted back to Montreal. So back to Montreal we went. On arriving back at Montreal we were notified to the flight attendants and again by the pilot that there would be people there go help us with rebooking. I still don't understand why they couldn't just get a new crew and fly us all back soemtime that day instead of having to all rebook, etc. This was at 1:30 AM. There was nobody waiting for us at the airport. I was automatically rebooked on a flight to Halifax that night and a morning flight go Charlottetown meaning I would have to stay another night and miss a second day of work. So, waiting in lineups until 4:30-5 AM in order to rebook a better flight back to Charlottetown. By this time I decided after spending much of the last 20 hours in airports or on a plane, that I would boom Moncton and just get a bus or drive home. Which I did, I booked Montreal to Moncton for 11 AM, paid for a bus and took that to Charlottetown. I arrived in Charlottetown at 5 PM Wednesday evening after "leaving toronto" at 11 PM Monday. Two cancelled flights, multiple delays, 5-6 rebooking, missed two days work, and lost a lot of sleep. No help from air Canada but hopefully they will cover the hotel for the first night as it was flight staff that caused the cancellation. All in all, if that attendant wasn't sick, or if air Canada had better solutions to this type of issue, I would have been home much earlier and with less stress. It really isn't fun being in an airport that long not knowing what is happening and how to get home.

YYZ
YYG
Okay 4.6

The entertainment was non-existent unless you had an Apple device or paid the $10 to rent one for an hour or so. Really disappointing considering other Air Canada flights.

NRT
YVR
Good 7.6

Compared to the flight going the other way, this one was much more comfortable. I didn't have someone's seat back in my face the whole time, and was able to enjoy games on my own device. I like that both USB and normal power options were available, so I was able to play games and charge my phone so I could use it after landing. The food was passable as well, which was surprising.

It's unavoidable when flying between multi-lingual locations, but having movies and stuff pause three times for each announcement gets annoying. The rolls served with the meals were very dry. These are small nits, and the flight was generally enjoyable.

Thu, 7 Dec
YYZ
YYG
3h 52m
Wed, 13 Dec
YYG
YYZ
2h 34m
C$ 383
Trip: 7 days
Overall 0.0 Poor
Based on 0 reviews
Tue, 13 Feb
YYZ
YYG
3h 12m
Sun, 18 Feb
YYG
YYZ
2h 25m
C$ 389
Trip: 6 days
7.4GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.4 Good
Based on 15 reviews
Overall
7.2
Boarding
7.3
Comfort
7.0
Crew
7.7
Entertainment
6.9
Food
6.4
NRT
YVR
Good 7.6

Compared to the flight going the other way, this one was much more comfortable. I didn't have someone's seat back in my face the whole time, and was able to enjoy games on my own device. I like that both USB and normal power options were available, so I was able to play games and charge my phone so I could use it after landing. The food was passable as well, which was surprising.

It's unavoidable when flying between multi-lingual locations, but having movies and stuff pause three times for each announcement gets annoying. The rolls served with the meals were very dry. These are small nits, and the flight was generally enjoyable.

YYZ
YYG
Excellent 8.0

I never received an e-mail to check in, and by the time I remembered (morning of), this resulted in me not having a seat assigned on my ticket. This caused a lot of needless stress, though to Air Canada's credit, they got all those waiting for a seat assignment on board. On my return trip, I did receive an e-mail - luckily, as the flight was overbooked again.

YVR
YUL
Okay 5.6

I love the variety of entertainment, it never fails.

I didnt like how snacks werent included for my 6 hour flght. Also the amount of waste made with all those plastic cups is astonishingly ridiculous. Switch to a more green solution!!!

TPE
YVR
Good 6.0

Price.

smaller aircraft with very limited overhead bag storage. Constantly have to announce volunteers for bag check in. Happen both ways. Atl to Toronto and Toronto to Atl.

YYZ
YYG
Good 6.0

flight was smooth and on time.

Maple Leaf Lounge at Pearson airport was shabby. We expected a bit more than soup and gherkins, but that's all that was available, except for some dry nacho chips. No electrical outlets. Indifferent staff. Shame on Air Canada! We have visited airport lounges all over the world and this was by far the worst!

Fri, 9 Feb
YYZ
YYG
2h 00m
Sat, 10 Feb
YYG
YYZ
2h 25m
C$ 403
Trip: 2 days
7.4GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.4 Good
Based on 15 reviews
Overall
7.2
Boarding
7.3
Comfort
7.0
Crew
7.7
Entertainment
6.9
Food
6.4
YYZ
YYG
Excellent 8.0

I never received an e-mail to check in, and by the time I remembered (morning of), this resulted in me not having a seat assigned on my ticket. This caused a lot of needless stress, though to Air Canada's credit, they got all those waiting for a seat assignment on board. On my return trip, I did receive an e-mail - luckily, as the flight was overbooked again.

YYZ
YYG
Good 6.0

flight was smooth and on time.

Maple Leaf Lounge at Pearson airport was shabby. We expected a bit more than soup and gherkins, but that's all that was available, except for some dry nacho chips. No electrical outlets. Indifferent staff. Shame on Air Canada! We have visited airport lounges all over the world and this was by far the worst!

NRT
YVR
Good 7.6

Compared to the flight going the other way, this one was much more comfortable. I didn't have someone's seat back in my face the whole time, and was able to enjoy games on my own device. I like that both USB and normal power options were available, so I was able to play games and charge my phone so I could use it after landing. The food was passable as well, which was surprising.

It's unavoidable when flying between multi-lingual locations, but having movies and stuff pause three times for each announcement gets annoying. The rolls served with the meals were very dry. These are small nits, and the flight was generally enjoyable.

TPE
YVR
Good 6.0

Price.

smaller aircraft with very limited overhead bag storage. Constantly have to announce volunteers for bag check in. Happen both ways. Atl to Toronto and Toronto to Atl.

YYZ
YYG
Mediocre 2.0

Flight staff is pretty good. People on the phone are generally good, as long as you don't mind waiting and hour, or two - three for a callback.

Direct flight was delayed 3 hours and then two more times for a few hours and eventually cancelled from Toronto to Charlottetown due to flight staff (flight attendant called in sick so they cancelled the entire flight). So I was rebooked from my direct flight onto a connection the following evening in Montreal (which was expecting a winter storm). This was at 2 am so no more staff at the airport to even speak to. Had to call and ask for a call back which came at 4 am. The next day I got to the airport at 2 pm for my 5 pm flight to Montreal. It got delayed so I called air Canada and they booked me on an earlier flight. However it was too early and staff at the airport couldn't check me in as it was less than 45 minutes (facepalm). I was put on a later flight and got to Montreal okay. In Montreal my flight was delayed multiple times. Finally got on the plane but the ground staff was not around to get the place ready, pushed back, refused, etc. Waited 35 minutes on the plane before going to de-ice. Flight got 75% of the way to Charlottetown (almost over Moncton). It was a very turbulent flight. The pilot notified us we couldn't lanf in Charlottetown and were being diverted back to Montreal. So back to Montreal we went. On arriving back at Montreal we were notified to the flight attendants and again by the pilot that there would be people there go help us with rebooking. I still don't understand why they couldn't just get a new crew and fly us all back soemtime that day instead of having to all rebook, etc. This was at 1:30 AM. There was nobody waiting for us at the airport. I was automatically rebooked on a flight to Halifax that night and a morning flight go Charlottetown meaning I would have to stay another night and miss a second day of work. So, waiting in lineups until 4:30-5 AM in order to rebook a better flight back to Charlottetown. By this time I decided after spending much of the last 20 hours in airports or on a plane, that I would boom Moncton and just get a bus or drive home. Which I did, I booked Montreal to Moncton for 11 AM, paid for a bus and took that to Charlottetown. I arrived in Charlottetown at 5 PM Wednesday evening after "leaving toronto" at 11 PM Monday. Two cancelled flights, multiple delays, 5-6 rebooking, missed two days work, and lost a lot of sleep. No help from air Canada but hopefully they will cover the hotel for the first night as it was flight staff that caused the cancellation. All in all, if that attendant wasn't sick, or if air Canada had better solutions to this type of issue, I would have been home much earlier and with less stress. It really isn't fun being in an airport that long not knowing what is happening and how to get home.

Sun, 26 Nov
YYZ
YYG
2h 00m
Wed, 29 Nov
YYG
YYZ
2h 29m
C$ 646
Trip: 4 days
Overall 0.0 Poor
Based on 0 reviews
Sat, 30 Dec
YYZ
YYG
4h 59m
Sat, 6 Jan
YYG
YYZ
2h 25m
C$ 547
Trip: 8 days
7.4GoodShow reviews
Overall 7.4 Good
Based on 15 reviews
Overall
7.2
Boarding
7.3
Comfort
7.0
Crew
7.7
Entertainment
6.9
Food
6.4
YYZ
YYG
Mediocre 2.0

Flight staff is pretty good. People on the phone are generally good, as long as you don't mind waiting and hour, or two - three for a callback.

Direct flight was delayed 3 hours and then two more times for a few hours and eventually cancelled from Toronto to Charlottetown due to flight staff (flight attendant called in sick so they cancelled the entire flight). So I was rebooked from my direct flight onto a connection the following evening in Montreal (which was expecting a winter storm). This was at 2 am so no more staff at the airport to even speak to. Had to call and ask for a call back which came at 4 am. The next day I got to the airport at 2 pm for my 5 pm flight to Montreal. It got delayed so I called air Canada and they booked me on an earlier flight. However it was too early and staff at the airport couldn't check me in as it was less than 45 minutes (facepalm). I was put on a later flight and got to Montreal okay. In Montreal my flight was delayed multiple times. Finally got on the plane but the ground staff was not around to get the place ready, pushed back, refused, etc. Waited 35 minutes on the plane before going to de-ice. Flight got 75% of the way to Charlottetown (almost over Moncton). It was a very turbulent flight. The pilot notified us we couldn't lanf in Charlottetown and were being diverted back to Montreal. So back to Montreal we went. On arriving back at Montreal we were notified to the flight attendants and again by the pilot that there would be people there go help us with rebooking. I still don't understand why they couldn't just get a new crew and fly us all back soemtime that day instead of having to all rebook, etc. This was at 1:30 AM. There was nobody waiting for us at the airport. I was automatically rebooked on a flight to Halifax that night and a morning flight go Charlottetown meaning I would have to stay another night and miss a second day of work. So, waiting in lineups until 4:30-5 AM in order to rebook a better flight back to Charlottetown. By this time I decided after spending much of the last 20 hours in airports or on a plane, that I would boom Moncton and just get a bus or drive home. Which I did, I booked Montreal to Moncton for 11 AM, paid for a bus and took that to Charlottetown. I arrived in Charlottetown at 5 PM Wednesday evening after "leaving toronto" at 11 PM Monday. Two cancelled flights, multiple delays, 5-6 rebooking, missed two days work, and lost a lot of sleep. No help from air Canada but hopefully they will cover the hotel for the first night as it was flight staff that caused the cancellation. All in all, if that attendant wasn't sick, or if air Canada had better solutions to this type of issue, I would have been home much earlier and with less stress. It really isn't fun being in an airport that long not knowing what is happening and how to get home.

YVR
YUL
Okay 5.6

I love the variety of entertainment, it never fails.

I didnt like how snacks werent included for my 6 hour flght. Also the amount of waste made with all those plastic cups is astonishingly ridiculous. Switch to a more green solution!!!

YYZ
YYG
Good 6.0

flight was smooth and on time.

Maple Leaf Lounge at Pearson airport was shabby. We expected a bit more than soup and gherkins, but that's all that was available, except for some dry nacho chips. No electrical outlets. Indifferent staff. Shame on Air Canada! We have visited airport lounges all over the world and this was by far the worst!

TPE
YVR
Good 6.0

Price.

smaller aircraft with very limited overhead bag storage. Constantly have to announce volunteers for bag check in. Happen both ways. Atl to Toronto and Toronto to Atl.

NRT
YVR
Good 7.6

Compared to the flight going the other way, this one was much more comfortable. I didn't have someone's seat back in my face the whole time, and was able to enjoy games on my own device. I like that both USB and normal power options were available, so I was able to play games and charge my phone so I could use it after landing. The food was passable as well, which was surprising.

It's unavoidable when flying between multi-lingual locations, but having movies and stuff pause three times for each announcement gets annoying. The rolls served with the meals were very dry. These are small nits, and the flight was generally enjoyable.

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