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If you are flying with a baby from Toronto to the Caribbean, YYZ has nursing pods and rooms in Terminals 1 and 3; here, you can attend to your child before your flight. YYZ also has a children’s play area in Terminal 1, Gate D24, where your kids can play games before departure.
Toronto has two major airports, Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ). Toronto Pearson offers a wider range of flights from Toronto to Caribbean destinations. Most major airlines operate from Toronto Pearson, providing a larger selection of flights and flight fares. If you are flying from downtown Toronto, consider flying from Toronto YTZ, as the airport is closest to the city center.
As flights from Toronto to the Caribbean are international, it is recommended that you arrive at the airport at least three hours before departure. You can check out “Sculpture” by Richard Serra, “Consecutive Bands” by Sol Lewitt, and “Textile” by Tazeen Oayum, all of which are permanent art exhibits in Terminal 1. Terminal 3 is home to “Skin of Flight,” a work of art by Dereck Revington, in the domestic departures area, and a film exhibition by the Toronto International Film Festival that you can tour while waiting for your flight.
Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) is a hub for Wiggins Airways and a focus city for JetBlue and Silver Airways, providing daily direct flights from Toronto YYZ. The airport is in Puerto Rico’s capital, a U.S. territory. Therefore, as a U.S. citizen flying from Toronto to the Caribbean, you don’t need a passport to fly into SJU, simplifying your travel process. You can also connect to various destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America by JetBlue from SJU.
Air Canada, WestJet and Sunwing Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Toronto to Caribbean. Confirm policies on booking site.
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 Toronto to Caribbean.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Caribbean from Toronto is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.
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 Caribbean with an airline and back to Toronto 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 Caribbean from Toronto up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
Westjet really prides themselves on friendly service and they deliver!
Westjet really prides themselves on friendly service and they deliver!
Flying with WestJet consistently feels like being squeezed into a small tin can, and I still haven’t gotten over the feeling that it sucks. The staff clearly is just doing a job that they do not really want to do. And the more I fly with WestJet, the more I realize that the good deal I got on the flight is not worth the experience. I can say I got from point A to point B safely.. but the time I was on the plane was so lacking in comfort and positivity, that I couldn’t keep doing this too much longer. I want to break up with WestJet. It really is you WestJet.. this just isn’t working out.
The Air Transat representatives in Punta Cana need serious retraining on Customer Services. Lost luggage claims that goes helplessly unansweree, reps yelling at clients to go behind the red line as the check in line ballooned....
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
Waited over 30 min after we left plane before first bag ever came off plane. Very long wait. No snacks for free on 4hr + flight. While it was nice to have tv screen on back of every flight, people behind our seats played a game and it constantly felt like they were kicking our seats the entire flight. It was very uncomfortable. Minimal leg room also added to discomfort. Charges for checked bags is very high.
The flight was delayed, gate crew gave confusing and contradictory instructions on where to queue.
My flight was cancelled due to weather and the airline only refunded half the amount. I am sooooo confused and unhappy.
Flight cancelled after long delay, rudely denied compensation, incurred significant expense. Placed claim. 6 weeks later and still no reply from Air Canada.