Toronto Pearson Airport Guide to Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ)

Toronto Airport - Pearson Airport

Use this website to Become easily acquainted with Toronto, and Pearson Airport, and feel comfortable with the area, as you have found all the information you need when traveling to this city. Enjoy your stay by finding the places that are right for you!


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The airport was renamed in 1984 as Lester B. Pearson International Airport, in honor of the 14th Prime Minister of Canada.

Terminal 1

Terminal T1: It’s a newly constructed terminal and the largest one in Toronto airport. Handles domestic and international flights with 58 gates divided in 3 piers (D, E and F). Air Canada and all other Star Alliance airlines that serve the YYZ airport operate out of Terminal 1. T1 is used by non-alliance airline Emirates as well.

Transport + info

From Toronto airport you can easily catch different ways of transportation to go and come back to downtown Toronto or some different destinations and cities.

Local buses:

- Brampton Transit: Brampton City. Route: 115 airport express.
- MiWay: goes to Mississauga. Routes: 7 and 24.

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC):
 offers an express bus and subway service to downtown Toronto. Routes: 52 - Lawrence West / 192 - Airport Rocket / 300 - Bloor Danforth (overnight) / 307 - Eglinton West (overnight)

GO Transit
: Bus and Train: to/from downtown Toronto and surroundings areas also. Only available from Toronto airport. Routes: 34 and 40.

UP Express goes to downtown Toronto. Travel journey: 25 minutes. Departs every 15 minutes.

Terminal Link Train:
 it connects both terminals (1 and 3).

 To pick up a taxi:

- Terminal 1: Doors C, D
- Terminal 3 - Domestic: Door D. International: Door 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 48 gates and 3 piers: A, B and C. The Terminal contains a Sheraton Hotel and a parking garage both connected with T1. T3 is used by all Oneworld and SkyTeam airlines that serve Pearson. Other airlines: Air Transat, WestJet, Sunwing Airlines, Etihad Airways among others.


Toronto Pearson Airport was remodeled between 2004-2007 and currently has 2 operating terminals: Terminals 1 and 3 that are connected by an internal automated train. This people mover is also linked with the Viscount Value Park Lot. 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.


Address: 6301 Silver Dart Dr, Mississauga, ON L5P 1B2, Canada

Airport information: (416) 247-7678

Lost and Found


Telephone: 1-866-207-1690 / (416) 247-7678, toll free at 1-866-207-1690 For lost passports, please, call Canada Border Services Agency’s: 905-676-5380

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