Pittsburgh International Airport


Get to Toronto and Montreal—real fast.

Need a lift to Toronto or Montreal? Air Canada’s daily nonstop flights from Pittsburgh International Airport conveniently get you to these real international cities.

So finally attend that conference in Ontario’s leading business capital, or stroll the cobblestone streets of Canada's cultural capital. Marvel at a seamless blend of history and 21 st century commerce. Enjoy it all after convenient nonstop flights from Pittsburgh International Airport.

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

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  • 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

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Canada’s Business and Cultural Capitals

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. Located within a one-hour flight from Pittsburgh, Toronto has everything you need to make business deals and partner with start-ups or global financial centers.

An important business and leisure market for Pittsburgh, companies including CGI, Kraft-Heinz, Bombardier and Alcoa have operations in Montreal - a 90-minute flight - and the city’s rich culture, history and European vibe attract more than 10 million visitors each year.

Plenty of Attractions

Beyond business, Toronto has countless attractions for all of its visitors. Take in the views of the city from atop of the famous CN Tower and have a glass of wine from the world’s highest wine cellar. If you’re traveling as a family, or just flying solo, head to the Ripley Aquarium or Toronto Zoo. For a relaxing day trip away from the city, consider a cruise of the thousand islands on Lake Ontario.

For additional attractions and trip itineraries, click here, or take a look at Forbes’ “Five Reasons to Visit.”

A horse-drawn carriage ride around the cobblestone streets and grand buildings of Vieux- Montréal will give you a taste of European flavor. The Basilique Notre-Dame is a confection of stained glass, and the Plateau Mont-Royal district will delight you with its quaint boutiques and cafés. Dig in to a massive plate of poutine to fuel up for a tour of the epic Olympic Park.

For additional attractions and more about Montreal's must-see museums, click here.