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Cheap Flights To Canada, London Heathrow To Toronto - £298.00 Return @ Canadian Affair

£298.00 @ Canadian Affair
Just seen online that there doing alot of special deals on flights to different parts of canda from £298 return! Also flights leaving from many different locations from within the U,K. Plus one way tr…
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Just seen online that there doing alot of special deals on flights to different parts of canda from £298 return! Also flights leaving from many different locations from within the U,K. Plus one way trips from £139
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1 Like #1
Try Promotional Code 'Canada Roundup' for 15% off - ends 31 January I think.
#2
its been on for a while this offer. i got 2 returns to Toronto for around £560 back in Decemeber to fly next week. be aware that to book seats its a extra ££'s depending on where you want to sit or risk it & let them allocate @ checkin.

good deal for me.
#3
Its always good to remind people though, im tempted to book a flight and go now lol, Been there before but would love to take the misses
#4
good prices
#5
is there much to do in toronto?
#6
niagara falls is only about 1.5 hours away

peterjmay
is there much to do in toronto?
#7
melcarroll
niagara falls is only about 1.5 hours away

peterjmay
is there much to do in toronto?


ive seen that, anything else?
#8
The CN Tower, theres lots of other things to do, pop over to america? hire a car and goto Quebec?
1 Like #9
im doing this next week

2 nights in Toronto, driving down to Detroit to watch some Ice Hockey. Read its a dump, but its a nostalgia thing. Then driving to Cleveland for a couple of days. May visit the Amish country around there & off to watch an NBA game. On the Saturday off to Niagara Falls then back to Toronto to catch flight on Sunday. Cost me a just over grand for 2 people inc flights, digs & car hire.
#10
lanc_red
im doing this next week

2 nights in Toronto, driving down to Detroit to watch some Ice Hockey. Read its a dump, but its a nostalgia thing. Then driving to Cleveland for a couple of days. May visit the Amish country around there & off to watch an NBA game. On the Saturday off to Niagara Falls then back to Toronto to catch flight on Sunday. Cost me a just over grand for 2 people inc flights, digs & car hire.


If you get chance or do it again go and see some of the other parts of canada, its a lovely country
#11
Calgary, Banff, what can you say, that has not been said before?? Great prices.
banned#12
I got flights from Manchester to Calgary for this Spring, around £500 for the 3 of us. Cycling across to Vancouver, then making our way south to see family on San Francisco. The flights back from San Francisco are going to cost about 3x as much!
#13
IS it not better to book 2 one way flights one there one back?

or is it more than £139 for one way ticket from Canada to UK?
#14
if only i had the money.
#15
Vancouver, and Vancouver Island, are two of the most beautiful places I've visited, and every single person I met, you'd want as your own neighbour, as they are so nice and accomodating. Canada is great, all year round

Yes, I know V and VI aren't Toronto, but if you do get the chance to go, do so.

As for Toronto, there's also the Sky Dome stadium, catch a Blue Jays game, we also found a wicked Sky Bar to drink at, but may be cold this time of year. You don't need to drive far to find great countryside

Edited By: Colay on Jan 28, 2011 13:05
#16
peterjmay
melcarroll
niagara falls is only about 1.5 hours away
peterjmay
is there much to do in toronto?
ive seen that, anything else?

depends what you want to do, some of the bars and clubs in toronto are superb. can give you names of some very good bars that sell 100+ types of beer and others for great live music. Very safe city as well in my experience, compare this how you will......
#17
Toronto is excellent. There's loads to do depending what you are after..

Worth going to the Hockey Hall of Fame if you are over there even if you dont like Ice hockey.. Its very good. (www.hhof.com)

Theres a lot of places to visit (they do a load of tours), including places like Casa Lomo (http://www.casalomo.org), CN Tower, Theres a fair few museums, even a shoe museum in a shoe box shaped building!
#18
Don't forget to see a maple syrup factory, and try all 200 flavours they seem to have! Man I want pancakes now
#19
I got flights to Vancouver on this a few weeks back. They were at least £200 cheaper than BA/Air Canada/etc. Flights tend to be with Thomas Cook and they get good reviews all round.

I'm for a little ski action at Whistler and Big White but will also be popping to Seattle for a couple of days. Vancouver is an amazing city.
#20
Me and the lads tend to go to Toronto every couple of years or so and always go with Canadian Affair. As someone above pointed out the flights are nearly always with Thomas Cook so you need not worry about getting some clapped out plane.

Was last in Toronto at the end of October and loved every minute. Would recommend it to anyone especially at these prices (although they are steadily on the rise, we went in 2008 for £198 return!! Those were the days)!! Hotels are generally cheaper than the US as well so can make extra savings there. Get yourself to Niagara for the weekend and if you are interested in a good night out then Dragonfly nightclub there is a belter or you could hit My Apartment nightclub in Mississauga which is also top notch!!
#21
Just coughed up £2.9k for 4 BA flights to Seattle in the Summer. Rats - could have used these guys maybe.

Reviews I've seen aren't great though...
1 Like #22
Cold, I would never fly with Canadian Affair again, there are the biggers cowboys ever, I fly to Halifax with them last October and they was terrible.

On there website they listed the seats as being 34" but turn out to be only 29", the stuff are rude and unhelpful, flight was delayed and no one was there to help, aircraft they used was not designed to fly across the atlantic so had to stop off in Iceland to refuel, we was not tell this to after we was in the air, and there was no on board entertainment.

Plus some people as they was boarding the aircraft, asked to leave due to the size of the seat, only to be tell no and if they try to leave the police would be called.
#23
Some CA flights are Air Transat who run old A310's. They have no IFE so don't make the same mistake I did, take a book!
#24
I've been to Calgary, Banff(Lake Louse was amazing!) 3 months ago. It's a beautiful country but I have to say that the border officers were taking the mic! I have been asked why I brought my high heels if I want to go to Banff? And how much I paid for my hand bag as it looked expensive! ? How much I make a year, gross and net! ? So if you are willing to answer those questions the rest should be fine. Oh I have been also asked why I'm travelling frequently? And the annoying thing was those questions were asked by 3 different officers and 2 others were watching us. I have to say it was very intimidating and provoking!!! Thought of saying "give my bags I'm going back!". I heard the USA officers does provoke and too much that's why I didn't go there but Canada. But never again even if the tickets were free!!! So bear in mind.
#25
Wow - good deal and interesting comments from people too.
#26
Looks good. Which of these Airports is nearest to Winnipeg?
1 Like #27
DKenni
Looks good. Which of these Airports is nearest to Winnipeg?


Calgary with this company but its like 600 miles to winnipeg
1 Like #28
DKenni
Looks good. Which of these Airports is nearest to Winnipeg?


Calgary or Edmoton
#29
Ok, thanks both. Have friends that emigrated and now live in Virden. Could do Montreal then look at a flight or even better, train to there
banned#30
is there much to do in toronto? no. nothing for an **** like you sir!!
1 Like #31
Used to use them to Toronto but after one cancellation had a five hour delay whilst they tried to find another plane and no information. Another time they cancelled my flight back to Gatwick, forced me onto a flight back to Heathrow leaving four hours later onto a plane which had seat pitch the same as Ryan Air but for a seven hour flight. Flown BA last couple of times and had no problems and worth the extra. Also should add that even when I paid six months in advance, when fuel prices went up, I got an invoice through the post asking for another £40 or they would not let me fly. Just my experience but sometimes budget is a false economy.
Toronto is a fantastic city.

Edited By: LD2DVD on Jan 28, 2011 14:37
#32
Great price, but id happily pay double so I can feel like a human being
#33
Thanks fridgehead. Only a short hop over the border to Buffalo. Cheaper than flying in to the USA and getting an internal flight up from NYC.
#34
They tell you which type of plane and which company you will be flying with as you book so there are no worries over which company you'll be with.

I have mates who live in Vancouver and use these guys quite often throughout the year. They report good service from Thomas Cook every time.
#35
No charge with Air Transat for taking your golf clubs but £40 each way with Thomas Cook.
#36
epic2010
I got flights from Manchester to Calgary for this Spring, around £500 for the 3 of us. Cycling across to Vancouver, then making our way south to see family on San Francisco. The flights back from San Francisco are going to cost about 3x as much!
#37
I flew with them last year in summer from Gatwick to Vancouver (Thomas Cook) and returned from Toronto to Gatwick (Air Transat).

However with both the above airlines, the following issues were common:

1) Planes were very old and outdated.
2) Seats were very narrow and legroom was very minimal.
3) Entertainment system was very bad. The headphones were not free. We had to buy it for about £3.
4) Meal was served only once and it was Ok.

But then, being a budget, no frills airlines what can one expect ? What you pay is what you get.

I would suggest if by paying £50 extra if you get flights with BA or Air Canada then go with them.

As for the current deal, this is a good price, so voted hot.
#38
COLD!

Flights are on Thomas Cook and Air Transat - seat pitch is woeful, way worse than other charters.

My Mum used them last year and was delayed 23 hours - they are still (9 months on) refusing to pay the compensation she is entitled to under the EU legislation which was in force at the time -w e just reported them to the relevant authority so a £5K fine for them now!
#39
Used Canadian Affair quite a lot from UK to Calgary as we used to live in Calgary.
My dad usually goes back once a year and we've never had any problems. They usually offer the best deals
1 Like #40
We used Canadian affair last year. Flew to Vancouver and then 3.5 weeks later flew back from Calgary. We decided that as the flights were so long that we would pay to upgrade to premium. It was so worth the extra money. Not cramped, good food, good service, extra legroom, wider seats (7 seats across instead of 10), free drinks all flight, speed lane through customs, faster seperate desk for check-in, extra luggage, etc. Now I know people will say that the flight is then not so cheap, you are right, as the upgrade is £99 per seat each way. (We did have a discount code for 15% which took it all down further - which I just asked if they had any when I called them!) However we priced up with every other airline and the nearest price was still over a £1000 more for the 4 of us (2 adults and 2 teenage aliens!) The bonus was that the upgraded seats with Thomas Cook are better than standard flights with other airlines.

We did fly with Thomas Cook, and I know a lot of people complain about Air Transat, but our experience was good and the staff were great. We had no delays and so perhaps were a little lucky. Our in flight entertainment worked fine, we had a bigger choice of films and music channels that all worked, the plane was clean and the seats were all in good condition (leather). I appreciate this is not everyones experience but thought it was worth putting a good experience forwards.

We would not hesitate to use them again and I still think the extra for the upgrade was worth the money.

Ian

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