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Cheap flights to Toronto, Canada from across the UK @ Canadian Affair £278.00

£278.00 @ Canadian Affair
Canadian Affair has released some great fares to Canada in autumn, with flights to Toronto from four UK airports available for £278, return, including taxes. Flights to Toronto are going for over £400… Read More
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Canadian Affair has released some great fares to Canada in autumn, with flights to Toronto from four UK airports available for £278, return, including taxes. Flights to Toronto are going for over £400 elsewhere during this period.

The following departure and return dates are available at £278 return (£139 each way):

London Gatwick to Toronto... depart 13, 14, 21, 28 September; 1, 5, 6, 15 October
return 20, 28 September; 5, 6, 11, 18, 25 October
Manchester to Toronto... depart 14, 19, 27, 28 September; 1, 4, 5, 10, 15 October
return 22, 26, 27 September; 16, 17, 19 October
Birmingham to Toronto... depart 14, 25, 28 September
return 25 October
Glasgow to Toronto... depart 26 September; 1, 16-18, 21 October
return 28, 30 September; 5, 14, 17, 21, 26, 29 October.
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#1
Nice, I'd vote hot if this new bloody site let me!
#2
nice deal! can't vote hot too... not sure why?
#3
Good price.
#4
I've been able to vote hot.
Went to Toronto last year, amazing city. Remember Niagara Falls isn't far away neither.

They seem to have fights for Calgary for around the same price, which is a place I would love to go to. Mainly to see the Calgary Flames play.
#5
Booked with Canadian Affair and travelled last month with Air Transat/Thomas Cook, "bumped" off our outward journey for over 24hrs, that was 7 of us.
6 other people "bumped" off our outward journey the next day.
Now having to argue over compensatiion as they are offering us a "complimentry" flight in Oct, Nov, Dec , Mar, Apr or May at their convenience!
We are having to remind them of our rights!!
#6
anyone know any good sites for booking acom out there?
#7
Any tips what how where to book accommodation for Toronto?
#8
Nice one, heat added
#9
tfish
anyone know any good sites for booking acom out there?

We are off to Vancouver onSaturday for 3 weeks with Canadian Affair and then by RV through the Rockies an NW Territories before flying back from Calgary. We looked at lots of different sites for accomodation and could not find cheaper than Canadian Affair for our accomodation (Sandman suites on Davie Avenue). They do nor have the widest choice but what they had was good and cheaper than we could get it anywhere else. We also booked our hire car for the first few days before we pick up our RV through them as well, as the offer they did on a free upgrade and free tank of gas was again unbeatable.


If you can afford it, the upgrade to Premium is a real bonus for a flight of this duration. Extra space, extra luggage allowance and free food and drinks.


Just one word of advice. I rang them up to ask some questions and right at the end I said "what discount codes are still available?" and the young lady told me one that gave a further 10% off flights, upgrades and seat booking!
#10
Why can't I paragraph? Mods can you please put back the ability to add a line as the above looks terribly crowded and scruffy. I appreciate it saves space on the page but what next?

Takeoutthespacestogetevenmoreonthepage? DOH!
#11
Thankyou the wife may need these going for a job interview shortly.
#12
Hatchorder
I rang them up to ask some questions and right at the end I said "what discount codes are still available?" and the young lady told me one that gave a further 10% off flights, upgrades and seat booking!

Which was? ;)
#13
good price canada here we come lol
#14
I would have thought Priceline is the cheapest for accomodation. Either that or Hotwire.
#15
Just a wee reminder folks that these guys are a budget airline and can sometimes make Ryanair look good. Typically the planes are very old and nothing like other longhaul airlines. Mind you that is reflected in the price:-)

The name triggered a bell with me as I remember reading some really bad press about them last summer.

Have a look at independent reviews before making your mind up.
#16
Great! Need to go and film the G8 riots...
#17
If you are planning a shopping trip, remember that the pound is relatively weak at the moment ... about $CAD1.60 per £.

Only food seems to be significantly cheaper than here.
#18
I'd booked mine a while ago probably around £600 - seems ouch I know - calgery and back via vancover - however going peak kids summer hols and to be honest such flights are still that price... yea flights east coast or september are much cheaper as allways.
#19
Agreed, sometimes it feels like change is made just of the sake of it. Many of the new features are great, but some are just needless. Hot deal by the way. I've planed a trip abroad around that time already, if I hadn't I'd almost certainly take it up.
#20
vidl
Hatchorder
I rang them up to ask some questions and right at the end I said "what discount codes are still available?" and the young lady told me one that gave a further 10% off flights, upgrades and seat booking!
Which was? ;)

I posted it on here months ago but it is well expired now - perhaps someone could ring them and see if there is a current one, and if so post it here for others. Sorry i could not help more.
#21
Hot hot hot

Just back from Toronto and Niagara with Canadian Affair and no real complaints about their service. (Just the fact Sheraton Centre Hotel pool was closed for the G20 and CA didn't inform us about it beforehand)

Flight was with Thomas Cook Airlines, plenty of legroom at 35", telly screens on both flights (showed Up In The Air and Sherlock Holmes) and good in-flight service. 20kg luggage allowance (5kg hand luggage allowance).

Accomodation booked thru CA too, Sheraton Centre in Toronto was expensive for breakfast and other meals too so best to eat out. Comfy bed and flat screen telly in the modern big room looking out over City Hall. Good pool and gym area. Parking is £14/day across the road at the municipal car park.

Hilton in Niagara was good too although room was very basic and view was not over the falls. Nice pool with a big slide. They will try to sting you for $20/day valet parking but casino across the road only charges to get car out, $10-$20, so if you're not using it for a couple of days, park there.

As already mentioned, the Canadian Dollar isn't very favourable so shopping and eating out can be expensive if you're not careful. A pint of beer isn't cheap either, typically £4ish most places for the local brew. Plenty to see and do in Toronto and surrounding area and I would definately go back.

look here for more hotel advice,
http://www.toronto.com/hotels
http://www.niagarafallshotels.com/index.php
http://www.canadianhotelguide.com/ca/Ontario-hotels/Toronto-hotels.html
#22
Canadian Affair constantly has offers here - http://www.canadianaffair.com/en/flight-special-offers/
They have them year round, and not just to Toronto. I guess this is good if you didn't already know, but it's certainly not a deal or anything new
#23
Travelady
Just a wee reminder folks that these guys are a budget airline and can sometimes make Ryanair look good. Typically the planes are very old and nothing like other longhaul airlines. Mind you that is reflected in the price:-)

The name triggered a bell with me as I remember reading some really bad press about them last summer.

Have a look at independent reviews before making your mind up.


Went out with Air Transat a week ago, and paid triple this for no TV screens, old worn seats and planes that take an hour longer to arrive in Toronto, compared to BA?! Also, business class is not worth upgrading to, as I passed through into the cattle section I heard people complaining about the screens not working / seats ripped etc.

However, at this price I would not hesitate, its an excellent deal! Just don't expect the usual long haul service.
#24
schooleydoo
Travelady
Just a wee reminder folks that these guys are a budget airline and can sometimes make Ryanair look good. Typically the planes are very old and nothing like other longhaul airlines. Mind you that is reflected in the price:-)The name triggered a bell with me as I remember reading some really bad press about them last summer. Have a look at independent reviews before making your mind up.
Went out with Air Transat a week ago, and paid triple this for no TV screens, old worn seats and planes that take an hour longer to arrive in Toronto, compared to BA?! Also, business class is not worth upgrading to, as I passed through into the cattle section I heard people complaining about the screens not working / seats ripped etc.However, at this price I would not hesitate, its an excellent deal! Just don't expect the usual long haul service.

It is worth noting that Canadian Affair is a charter company that uses two main airlines - Air Transat and Thomas Cook. I am from Canada and have flown on both. Air Transat is generally poor - older planes and just not very nice, but Thomas Cook are generally better. You definitely get what you pay for so if you want loads of leg room and good food then book elsewhere and pay more. For such good prices though, make sure when you book online on the Canadian Affair website that you choose flights operated by Thomas Cook, not Air Transat. I just came back from Toronto at the end of last month and had a very acceptable flight both ways.
#25
SFJnet
[quote=schooleydoo][quote=Travelady]For such good prices though, make sure when you book online on the Canadian Affair website that you choose flights operated by Thomas Cook, not Air Transat.


I've previously heard this about Air Transact.

At the end of last year I was looking for flights to Toronto. Canadian Affair were very cheap! Aren't these prices fairly standard?

Don't forget, 2% cashback at quidco!
#26
I have flown A Canadian Affair about 10 times (I am a canadian expat living in the UK) and the last time was a complete disaster. They canceled my wife's return ticket without telling us, claiming she wasn't on the flight out and requiring that we somehow prove she was 10 days after the flight.

Their customer service was absolutely horrid. They told us they would call us back about 5 times and never ever did until we started hounding them with hourly calls.

They make "the computer says no" skits look like good customer service.

So here is my advice for would be Canadian Affair travelers. First, don't. Second, if you feel you must, be prepared for a possible customer service nightmare - document everything, retain all your flight related materials including even your luggage tags until after your vacation is over, read up on your travel rights with EU booked flights before you depart, do not cooperate with any rebooking or rescheduling requests from them - you give up your right to expense compensation when you do.

Please note that the disaster was entirely agency related. The charter airlines they book with are generally fine and in fact the air transat people at YYZ where very helpful. Up until the last flight we never had a problem but once there was a problem their failure was a vacation ruining epic four day return trip delay.
#27
good price
#28
I went to Halifax with Canadian Affair in May and had no problems whatsoever. I would also recommend a visit to Nova Scotia. Very peaceful and lots to see and do. Much better than typical tourist traps such as Toronto.
#29
r simsini
I would have thought Priceline is the cheapest for accomodation. Either that or Hotwire.

Isn't Priceline just for the USA? Not sure about Hotwire...
#30
kh_
Canadian Affair constantly has offers here - http://www.canadianaffair.com/en/flight-special-offers/They have them year round, and not just to Toronto. I guess this is good if you didn't already know, but it's certainly not a deal or anything new

I agree that CA have offers year-round but I disagree that this isn't a deal... if you wanted to fly out to Toronto during these dates with any other airline you'd be paying about £400 so how is this not a deal?
#31
chocolate_lover
r simsini
I would have thought Priceline is the cheapest for accomodation. Either that or Hotwire.
Isn't Priceline just for the USA? Not sure about Hotwire...

Priceline have a UK website, Hotwire don't. However you can still book rooms in US dollars. Even with the current exchange rate Hotwire is cheap and Priceline is usually even cheaper.

I recently went to Canada and booked all rooms through Priceline and Hotwire. 3 nights at the Marriott Harbourfront in Halifax was £50 per night, 3 nights in the Delta Chelsea in Toronto was £50 per night and 5 nights in Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver was £70 per night. Far cheaper than anywhere else!
#32
i take it hiring a car is a must? do they drive on the left?
#33
Lovely deal. Booked for 3 of us and a RV for 12 nights at £49 a night all in...

Cheers

Id vote hot if the site wasn;t gubbed...
#34
can't seem to get the deal to work. how do i do it if i want to go from manchester on 5th oct to toronto? and how long is it for?
#35
tfish
i take it hiring a car is a must? do they drive on the left?

Hiring a car is only a must if you want the convenience of having you're own transport to hand rather than relying on public transport. Getting around Toronto city itself is easy enough walking or using the underground or buses. But if you wanted to go further afield, say to Canadas Wonderland theme park, Toronto Zoo or even Niagara for example, they're a bit further out and having a car is more convenient.

And they drive on the right same as the USA. Once you get used to it, it's a breeze and your rental will be an automatic... just put your foot down and go :D
#36
tartanfluff
tfish
i take it hiring a car is a must? do they drive on the left?


Hiring a car is only a must if you want the convenience of having you're own transport to hand rather than relying on public transport. Getting around Toronto city itself is easy enough walking or using the underground or buses. But if you wanted to go further afield, say to Canadas Wonderland theme park, Toronto Zoo or even Niagara for example, they're a bit further out and having a car is more convenient.

And they drive on the right same as the USA. Once you get used to it, it's a breeze and your rental will be an automatic... just put your foot down and go :D


I'm driving in Canada in 6 weeks. It'll be the first time i've ever driven an automatic or a LHD car, or on the right. I've driven over 200k miles in 16 years of driving in the UK without as much as a scratch to a car and i'm c**ping it!! Worst of all, i'll be experiencing this when i've been awake for about 20 hours and in the dark! lol I hope it's a breeze very quickly!
#37
snakey_b
Lovely deal. Booked for 3 of us and a RV for 12 nights at £49 a night all in...CheersId vote hot if the site wasn;t gubbed...

Where did you book an RV from?
banned#38
I'm Canadian , in Toronto, what would you like to know
banned#39
Anyone looking to drive our gas price just went up, it is now $1.02 /L or 65p /L
#40
Twizzle
I'm Canadian , in Toronto, what would you like to know


What's the cheapest way to see Canada :)

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