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Toronto Area Attractions and Travel Information
Area attractions near the InterContinental Toronto Centre Hotel
Metro Toronto Convention Centre: Adjacent through hotel’s main lobby
CN Tower: 1 block
Canada’s Walk of Fame: 0.1 km = 0.06 mile
Canadian Broadcasting Centre: Across the Street
Hockey Hall of Fame: 0.5 km = 0.3 mile
Roy Thompson Hall: 1 block
Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts: 1 km = 0.6 mile
Hummingbird Centre: 1 km = 0.6 mile
Metro Toronto Zoo: 24 km = 15 miles
Ontario Place: 4 km = 2.5 miles
Royal Ontario Museum: 2 km = 1.24 miles
Ontario Science Centre: 20 km = 12 miles
Rogers Centre: 1block
Air Canada Centre: 0.5 km = 0.3 mile
Toronto Pearson Airport YYZ: 27 km = 16 miles
Airlines serving Toronto Pearson Airport Include:
Air Canada Airlines, AC
Air India Airlines, AI
Asiana Airlines, OZ
Austrian Airlines, OS
Avianca Airlines, AV
LOT Polish Airlines, LO
Lufthansa Airlines, LH
SAS Scandinavian Airlines , SK
Singapore Airlines, SQ
Swiss International Air Line , LX
United Airlines, UA
US Airways Airlines, US
AirFrance Airlines, AF
Alitalia Airlines, AZ
American Airlines, AA
American Eagle Airlines, MQ
British Airways Airlines, BA
Canjet Airlines, c6
Delta Airlines, DL
El Al Airlines, LY
EVA Air Airlines, BR
Finnair Airlines, AY
Icelandair Airlines, FI
Japan Airlines (JAL), JL
KLM Airlines, KL
Qantas Airways Airlines, QF
SATA International Airlines, S4
Skywest Airlines, XR
WestJet Airlines, WS
Main Terminal / Concourses at Toronto Pearson YYZ Airport
Passenger Terminal Layout of Toronto Pearson Airport, Airline Lounges & Premier Dining,
Terminal Connections, and Formalities regarding Flight Transfers:
The passenger terminal complex at Toronto Pearson International includes two new terminals – T1 & T3. The automated LINK train runs between both terminals, Value Parking facilities & Viscount Station. Each terminal has US Border Pre-clearance facilities, as well as its own services and amenities, including food & drink, retail and duty-free concessions, and free WiFi internet access. Note that NEXUS cardholders will now be able to use a separate line at some security points. Once Terminal 1 reached its maximum capacity, the existing IFT (infield terminal) with gates 521-531) will be reopened.
Terminal 1 of Toronto Pearson, has four levels, a Ground level, and Levels 1, 2 & 3. Level G is the Ground Transportation level; Level 3 includes Concourses (Piers) D, E a7amp; Hammerhead F for international and transborder flights by members of the Star Alliance.
The Ground Level of Terminal 1 has desks for out-of-town vans and for group check-in, parking & hotel shuttles & public transport, as well as Lost & Found & 2 Information desks. Doors R & S lead to the bus stops.
The Arrivals level of Terminal 1, has baggage claim, oversized baggage, connection desk, interfaith chapel, Travelers' Aid, currency exchange, ATM machine,elevators/escalators, 6 information desks, security checkpoints, and Canada Border Service Agency.
The Arrivals level houses US and International arrivals, security & passport check, currency exchange and access to street and taxi & limo stands.
The Departures level of Terminal 1, with check-in counters A - N; H counters are in the center for US departures and connections; to the left, F & G transfer corridor, in the center arrivals and departures corridor, & Maple Leaf Lounge; and at right to E & F Transfer corridor. This level also houses Information counters, security screening, Canada Immigration & Canada Custom B, US Customs & US Customs Waiver Office.
The Transfer Corridors lead to gates D20-28 / D1-12; D31-D57; & F36-F82 - some of which have swing gates D & F (i.e. D32/F32).
Passengers connecting from an international or trans-border arrival to another international (except U.S.) departure go to one of the B checkpoints along the international arrivals walkway for passport control & immigration checks, and from there to Pier (Concourse) F - no baggage re-check and security check needed.
Automated Border Clearance kiosks ('ABCs') are now available to arriving Canadian citizens with valid passport, and to permanent residents with permanent resident card. The kiosks do not require pre-registration or membership fees. ABC kiosks are available at Terminals 1 & 3. For more information visit Canada Border Services Agency at: cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/media/facts-faits/104-eng.html
Terminal 3 of Toronto Pearson with 'Piers' (Concourses) A, B & Hammerhead C is for most Skyteam and Oneworld airlines and their affiliates, with gates A1-A7, B7-22 & C24-41. Most SkyTeam & Oneworld airlines operate out of this terminal, as well as non-affiliated airlines
Level 1 of Terminal 3 is the Arrivals level, which connects by a tunnel to parking P1, and to another long tunnel on the other side, leading to the U.S. gates A1a to A1g, with an elevator and escalator. Separate gate A07 is at the right end of this level. The Arrivals level also houses US Customs and Canada Immigration & Canada Border Services, Traveller's Aid, Lost & Found, and baggage claims, with outside access to all types of transportation.
Level 2 of Terminal 3 is the Departures level, which connects to via 2 air bridges to Parking & Hotel, and to the LINK Train in the center.
Concourse B with gates B10 to B23 has, close to gate B20, an escalator/ elevator down to the tunnel connecting to gates A1 to A6, The Plaza Premium Lounge is close to gate C24.
Concourse C with gates C2 to C41 has near the food court KLM Airline Lounge & Plaza Premium Lounge. The Departures level offers baggage storage, Service Counter, play area, police tax rebate, a chapel & Lost & Found.
Ground Transportation to and from the Airport
Taxi cost about $1.45 CAD per km.
Limousines cost about $1.55 CAD per km.