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We can't believe how cheap these springtime Toronto flights are 🇨🇦

These might not be direct, but they're fantastic value with a short stopover 💸

From £192

Published by
Hannah G·25/01/2024

This is not a typo. We've found flights to Canada from £192, return. What!?

We couldn't quite believe it ourselves, but it's true. You could check out Toronto for a rock-bottom price this April with this Kayak bargain.

The flights are with PLAY and include a stop in Iceland. But the stopover is short, and the duration is only about three hours more than direct alternatives. Plus, non-stop flights would cost you a minimum of £140 more.


Here are some of the cheapest dates we could find:

The price only includes personal items and no luggage. If you want to add bags, we recommend spending a bit more and booking directly with PLAY, as fees are much lower.

Additional Information

We might be Pirates, but we’re an honest bunch. We check all our deals when we review them to make sure everything is available. Here’s the catch: with deals this hot, things change quickly: flight prices fluctuate, hotel rooms sell out, currencies yo-yo. Mainly, demand for the best deals means the lowest prices don’t last long. But, if you’ve missed out this time, don’t worry: we’re working on more great offers.


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