Pittsburgh International Airport

Canada

Dare to Explore

Looking for your next adventure? Air Canada’s daily nonstop flights from Pittsburgh International Airport conveniently get you to Montreal or Toronto. Each of these destinations offer something unique and exciting. Montreal gives tourists a taste of European flare while Toronto offers a dynamic metropolis made up of soaring skyscrapers overlooking Lake Ontario.

Dare to Get Away

Pittsburgh International Airport offers nonstop flights to Toronto and Montreal via Air Canada.

Book with Air Canada

  • Daily nonstop flights
  • Economy Tango, Flex and Latitude seating options
  • Service to Toronto Pearson Airport with stress-free access to downtown Toronto on the UP Express
  • Service to Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport with long-haul connections throughout Europe, Asia and Canada

To learn more about Pittsburgh International Airport’s other nonstop flights, click here.

Make Your Move

For the Explorer…

Touch down in Toronto within an hour of leaving Pittsburgh and explore Canada’s largest city – offering 35,000 hotel rooms, 8000 restaurants, 1600 parks, 200 public art works and historic monuments and 52 ice skating rinks – there is something for everyone.

For the European Enthusiast…

Take a 90-minute flight from Pittsburgh to Montreal for a taste of European flavor. Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride around the cobblestone streets and explore the grand buildings of Vieux-Montreal. The Basilique Notre-Dame is a magnificent work of stained glass, and the Plateau Mont-Royal district will delight you with its quaint boutiques and cafés.

For the Entrepreneur…

Look to Toronto or Montreal for your next business venture. With a booming economy, Toronto has become more than just the financial services capital of Canada. Companies spanning multiple industries – including IT, life sciences and automotive – are located within the city. Montreal has become an important business and leisure market for Pittsburgh; companies including CGI, Kraft-Heinz, Bombardier and Alcoa have operations located there.