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Experience true adventure in Canada

Book flights to Canada and open up almost four million square miles of breathtaking natural beauty and fascinating culture for exploration. It’s a country where worlds collide – from the ruggedly attractive eastern coastline to the awe-inspiring mountains of British Columbia and the modern urban wonderland that is Toronto.

Take in Toronto from atop the CN Tower, wander through enchanting Montreal and fall for the beautiful Rockies. Canada is a country of contrasts, with two very different coasts and two official languages – English and French.

Whether you venture into its stunning wilderness or immerse yourself in one of its unique towns and cities, you’ll make memories that last a lifetime when you take a Canada flight with Etihad Airways.

What's the weather like in Canada?

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Canada’s climate is as diverse as its landscape – the best time to visit depends on where you’re going and what sort of adventure you want. The weather is usually warm from early May to late September and very cold in winter. For winter sports, mountain conditions are best from mid-December to early March.

As you’d expect with such an enormous country, temperatures vary massively from region to region so it’s important to check the local situation before booking your Canada flight tickets.

The temperature and rainfall figures shown here are for Toronto.

Flying to Canada with Etihad

cn tower and red maple trees in toronto

Toronto (YYZ)

Canada flights landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport deliver you directly into the country’s biggest city, which buzzes with diversity, culture, and innovation. Alive with exciting dining, shopping and entertainment possibilities, Toronto embodies the essence of modern Canadian life. Catch a sports game or lose yourself in the many galleries and museums as you take in the sights.

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montreal cityscape at dusk

Montreal (YUL)

Fly to Montreal-Trudeau International Airport and land in the most populated city in Quebec, Canada’s French-speaking province. Montreal is a true cultural gem. Boasting a world-famous jazz scene, evocative cobbled streets in Old Montreal and stunning views from its namesake Mount Royal, you’ll find a rich sense of tradition and unique charm wherever you wander.

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moraine lake with boats and mountains in background in calgary canada

Calgary (YYC)

Located in Alberta, Calgary International Airport is a popular starting point for travellers exploring Canada’s west. An up-and-coming city, Calgary blends traditional homestead heritage with creativity and innovation. From bargain hunting to fine dining, you’ll find it all in this dynamic city. Or if you’re ready for a tranquil escape, it’s less than two hours to the stunning Banff National Park.

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Reasons to visit Canada

colourful kayaks on a barge moraine lake alberta canada

The wonderful, wild west

Canada’s western provinces lay claim to some of the world’s most stunning landscapes. The Rocky Mountains are home to Banff and Jasper, two of Alberta’s most famous national parks, where crystal-blue lakes are surrounded by dramatic peaks and miles of pristine forest.

Further west, British Columbia offers more natural wonders, from the wild coastline of Vancouver Island to the mountain paradise of Whistler Blackcomb, where skiers and mountain bikers flock in their thousands depending on the season.

montreal cityscape in autumn

Markets and mountains in Montreal

Flights to Montreal take you to the heartland of French-speaking Quebec. Montreal is one of the most-visited Canadian cities – a cosmopolitan place with a European flair. Expect great food on every corner – Montreal markets offer bagels packed full of brisket or poutine, probably the most famous French-Canadian dish. Enjoy fries piled high with cheese, then drizzled with gravy.

No visit to Montreal is complete without climbing Mount Royal. The city’s namesake, this mountain provides the best possible view of Montreal and the surrounding province. You can hike, run or cycle up the hill, and in the winter toboggan back down, all 764 feet (232 metres).

aerial view of niagara falls and tourist viewing area

City living to country escape

Ontario is famous for its great lakes and charming cottage country, which is easily accessible from major towns and cities. If you fly into Toronto, don’t miss the majestic Niagara Falls, which crashes into the namesake river only an hour’s drive south of the city centre.

If you’re craving some big city excitement, spend a few days in Toronto to immerse yourself in the buzz of Canada’s biggest metropolis, or visit Ottowa, Canada’s capital city, to tour the parliament buildings.

Things to know before you fly to Canada

bus Getting around

Canada is a large country but is a joy to travel due to its wonderful landscape. Car hire is widely available from major cities and towns and is the best way to see the country as intercity rail services are scarce. Bus services also run regularly between major cities.

currency Local currency

The Canadian dollar (CAD) is used across the entire country and a single Canadian dollar divides into 100 cents. Debit and credit cards – including contactless cards – are also widely used across Canada.

globe Languages spoken

Canada is bilingual, with English and French enjoying equal status as national languages. English is the most commonly-spoken language in all provinces except for Quebec, where French is most widely spoken.

socket Plugs

Canada uses plug types A and B, which is the same as the United States of America with a standard voltage of 120V and frequency of 60Hz. Pack a plug adaptor should you require one.

Flying to Canada: FAQs

Are there any public holidays in Canada?

Canada is a predominantly Christian nation and observes many of the festivities associated with the faith, like Easter and the festive period. Canada Day falls in July.

What should I pack when travelling to Canada?

The type of clothes that you’ll need to wear will depend heavily on where you fly to and the time of year you’re visiting. During the winter months, you should be sure to pack a lined, waterproof coat and waterproof shoes, in case of snowy conditions. The summertime tends to be fairly dry and mild, so be sure to pack sun protection if you’re visiting at this time of year.

Where should I fly to in Canada?

Toronto has the country’s busiest airport and offers good connections with the rest of the country. Montreal-Trudeau International Airport, Vancouver International Airport, and Calgary International Airport also operate many regular domestic flights across Canada.

Why we love Canada

“Wherever you go in Canada, you’ll find beautiful woodland, mountains and amazing hiking destinations to explore. The cities are friendly and fascinating, and the architecture often breathtaking.”

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Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Toronto (YYZ)

Departure 7 Oct 2020,
Return 5 Jan 2021
from AED6293*

Melbourne (MEL) to Toronto (YYZ)

Departure 16 Nov 2020,
Return 1 Jan 2021
from AUD2774*
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