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Why visiting Canada?

A place where tall snowy mountains, glistening turquoise lakes, dramatic coastlines and lush forests collide, Canada is known for its diverse landscape and breathtaking natural beauty. With jaw-dropping views in every direction, flights to Canada are popular with those wanting to witness the country’s spectacular scenery and enjoy the great outdoors. Whether that’s hiking, whale watching, polar-bear spotting or skiing, it’s a country that isn’t short of an adventure or two. But there’s more to Canada that just its picturesque setting. From its vibrant culinary scene to its buzzing cosmopolitan cities and rich indigenous culture, book flights to Canada and experience this incredible country for yourself.

A popular destination, you can fly to Canada from all over the world, including London, Sydney and Hong Kong. And as the country is home to a variety of airports, it’s easy to find flights to Canada to suit you. A multicultural metropolis with bustling streets and a scenic waterfront, many people fly to Toronto, Canada’s largest city and one that is buzzing with life. Vancouver is also a popular destination with its scenic location between glittering waters and stunning mountains. Boasting beautiful green parks, vibrant markets and fascinating art galleries, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. Montreal, with its French influence and charming streets, and Calgary with its close proximity to the Canadian Rockies are also popular destinations when people fly to Canada.

Many people book flights to Canada to see some of the country’s famous landmarks. Most notably, the impressive Niagara Falls, one of the most famous waterfalls in the world. The Canadian Rockies, with their snow-capped peaks also attract visitors worldwide and provide the backdrop to other must-see sights including Banff National Park with its beautiful Moraine Lake. And there’s plenty more to explore, too. From Toronto’s iconic CN Tower to the picturesque Stanley Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site of Old Quebec, Ottawa’s Parliament Hill and Whistler’s world-class ski resort, you’ll never run out of things to do in Canada.

An exciting destination all-year-round, book flights to Canada for a trip you’ll never forget.

Top Cities to Visit in Canada

The major cities of Canada are ready to be explored. Learn about these celebrated locales and the outbound flights below.

Latest Flight Deals to Canada from £140

For as little as £140, you can take your next adventure to Canada without breaking the bank. Choose between one-way and return tickets from a range of popular airlines below.

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Find the best time to fly

These price trend charts carefully monitor and predict how flight prices to the major cities in Canada will change. Keep a close eye on them to understand when the best time to buy your tickets is.

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Flight Information to Canada

Cheapest direct flight price

£159

Cheapest return ticket price

£311

Off-season travel month

April

Peak season for travel

October

Popular airline

Aer Lingus

Cheapest month

October

How to find a cheap flight to Canada

If you don’t know some of the key things to look out for when buying flight tickets, prices can often end up sky high or, worse, sold out! We’ve carefully compiled our six most important steps to help ensure you’re getting the best deals when planning your next journey.
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Book Early
Once prices are gone, they're gone. Lock in deals while you can!
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Compare Flight Prices
Compare prices on travel agency and airline websites.
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Look Out for Deals
Check airline and travel agency websites for latest flight deals
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Check One-way Fares
Buying two cheap one-way flights can sometimes be a better deal than a round-trip.
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Try Different Dates
Flying during the week, early in the morning, or late at night can help save money.
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Use the Trip.com App
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FAQ

  • How much is a flight to Canada?

    The average price of a round-trip flight to Canada from United Kingdom is £264, while a one-way flight costs £119.
  • What's the cheapest return flight to Canada in the next 30 days?

    The cheapest round-trip flight to Canada from United Kingdom is on the route from Edinburgh to Toronto, with prices starting at £291 between 2024-08-07 and 2024-08-13.
  • Which city has the cheapest flights when traveling from United Kingdom to Canada?

    Over the next 3 months, the cheapest city to fly to Canada from United Kingdom is London, with an average round-trip price of £264.
  • Where can I fly to Canada from United Kingdom?

    There are direct flights from United Kingdom to Canada. Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, and Halifax are all popular destinations in Canada.
  • What are the best places to visit in Canada?

    Based on Trip.com data, Toronto attracts most tourists in Canada. Calgary, Vancouver, Montreal, and Edmonton are all popular cities for tourism in Canada.
  • What's the top tourist attraction in Canada?

    Stanley Park attracted the most visitors last year, followed by CN Tower, and Banff National Park.
  • Which airlines offer flights to Canada from United Kingdom?

    Air Transat are airlines that fly frequently from United Kingdom to Canada. The overall price will vary depending on your destination and travel dates. Budget airlines generally offer lower prices to Canada, but they may have limited baggage allowance, reduced onboard services, and longer commuting times to secondary airports.