We have found some cheap flights from Europe to Canada for the cities Toronto and Montreal from just €317. These are Air Transat flight departures from Amsterdam, Brussels and Venice and some return options to London. All the prices we have found are for non-stop flights on both the departure and return journeys. All prices are for a roundtrip and inclusive of taxes, fees, and hand luggage. Checked luggage is available for an extra fee.
Air Transat promotion conditions
These fares were for flights departing Europe to Canada between late August 2019 and October 2020. Departure cities of Amsterdam, Brussels and Venice. Destination cities of Toronto and Montreal. You will need either a Candian visa or eTA (electronic Travel Authorization) to enter Canada (charged at $7CAD per person and you must arrange it prior to departing). Min stay of 6 days. Most visitors can stay for 6 months with an eTA, but will need to return to Europe before November for these advertised fares. No bag in the hold in the base fare. Fare class is Q. There are no details on how long this deal will be live for so if interested, we recommend booking soon.
The cheapest fare we found was for an open jaw (when you depart from one airport and return to a different airport) flight departing Amsterdam to Toronto with a return to London Gatwick.
How to book
We recommend you first compare the cheapest flights via Google Flights (Guide). The tool gives you an almost instant result and you can easily browse through all the months. You can then book this deal directly with Air Transat although the lowest prices were found through booking agents recommended from Skyscanner. If interested in this offer you can refer to our booking samples below.
Amsterdam – Toronto from €336 (19.09 – 4.10)
Brussels – Montreal from €355 (30.09 – 13.10)
Venice – Toronto from €366 (07.09 – 21.09)
Amsterdam – Toronto – London from €317 (16.09 – 02.10)
Brussels – Montreal – London from €349 (04.10 – 20.10) (note the return trip includes a layover)
You have the choice of two amazing cities, both with the spectacular nature that only Canada can offer on their doorsteps. Montreal, in French Canadian Québec, offers French colonial surroundings contrasted against a modern western city. Mount Royal sits above the city offering lookout points across Montreal and beyond. If towering above the city is something that interests you, perhaps Toronto may be an option with the CN Tower dominating the sky. You can even eat at the revolving restaurant at the top of the tower. At the opposite end of the scale, you can visit the Toronto islands for beaches that sit on the shores Lake Ontario instead. Whether it’s Montreal or Toronto, get your accommodation sorted at Hotels.com or Booking.com.
Booking sample of cheap flights from Amsterdam to Toronto with a return to London from €317. As per our booking your outbound flight from Amsterdam to Toronto would be on the 16th of September returning to London on the 2nd of October 2019.