Toronto Pearson Airport Guide to Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ)

Toronto Airport Terminals

Toronto Pearson International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Canada, and the 30th busiest airport of the world in terms of passenger traffic (in 2017, it handled more than 47 million passengers, and more than 465,555 operations).


Inter-terminal transportation

To transfer between terminals, passengers have at their disposal the LINK Train, which runs 24/7. It is free of use and wheelchair accessible. Frequency is of 4 minutes on peak hours and 8 minutes on off-peak hours.


  • Terminal 1: T-1 Parking Garage (level 5)
  • Terminal 3: Inside Terminal 3 and the Sheraton Hotel pedestrian bridge.
  • Value Park Lot and Value Park Garage: Viscount Station.

The LINK Train connects as well as Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, Sheraton Hotel and the Value Park Lot (Viscount Station).



Toronto Airport consists of two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 3.

See below further information about the airport terminals:


Terminal 1

Toronto Airport Terminal 1 processes both domestic and international flights.

It is the largest terminal in the airport.

It is home of 3 concourses that hosts boarding gates D1-D12, D20-D28, D31-D57, F32-F36, F51-F57, F60-F81 and F82-F99.

Some of the airlines available in this terminal are Emirates and Air Canada.

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Terminal 3

Toronto Airport Terminal 3 handles both domestic and international flights.

It is home of boarding gates A, B and C.

Airlines serving Terminal 3: Air Transat, Sunwing Airlines, Etihad Airways and WestJet.

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