The gateway to Toronto is Toronto Pearson International Airport, or Pearson Airport, found 27 km west of downtown Toronto, in Mississauga, Ontario. Pearson is also the primary hub for Air Canada, the nation’s flag carrier. You can take a bus or taxi to the airport; currently there are no trains servicing the route, although plans have been drawn for a rail system, to improve access to Pearson.
If you're looking for cheap Toronto flights, Air Canada offers economy class service, which includes reclining seats, as well as a personal on-demand audio and video. Meals are served only on Toronto flights longer than 5 hours; but there's a selection of cold food that you can buy on board. Non-alcoholic beverages are free, but you have to pay for alcoholic drinks. Air Canada also offers a frequent-flier promo called Aeroplan; with a certain number of miles you fly using Air Canada, you can avail of free flights and other privileges.
Fly cheap with WestJet, Canada’s leading budget airline and second largest fleet after Air Canada. As a no-frills carrier modelled after Southwest Airlines, WestJet offers unassigned seats, as well as the bare essentials for your travel; there are no complimentary snacks or blankets. In 2006, WestJet was ranked 2nd for airline service in North America.
Zoom Airlines is another low-cost carrier offering cheap flights to Toronto.