Welcome to Toronto Airport - Pearson Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Canada, and the 35th busiest airport of the world in terms of passenger traffic (in 2012, it handled almost 35 million passengers, and more than 400,000 operations).  Check Toronto Travel Guide at Bautrip for more information about Toronto.
The Toronto Airport is located 22.5km northwest of Downtown Toronto, in the municipality of Mississauga, and serves the province of Ontario that has 12 Million of inhabitants. Toronto Airport is used as hub by Air Canada, being the major hub for Star Alliance association.


Toronto Pearson Airport was remodeled between 2004 and 2007, and currently has 2 operating terminals, Terminals 1 and 3 connected by an internal automated train. During the restying, the terminal 2 was absorbed by Pier F of Terminal 1. There are plans to enlarge the airport in the near future if it is necessary.

Terminal 1

Terminal T1: It's a newly constructed terminal and handles domestic and international flights with 61 gates divided in 3 piers (D, E and F).

Terminal T3

Terminal T3: The terminal 3 of Toronto Airport was opened in 1991 and continuously expanded (in 1997 and in the period 2004-2007). The terminal has 39 gates: A1-A6, B7-B22 and C24-C41. The Terminal contains a Sheraton Hotel and a parking garage. Is used by Oneworld and SkyTeam airlines.

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Contact information

- Airport information:

  (416) 247-7678
- Lost and Found:



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