Canadian North has announced the launch of nonstop service between Iqaluit, Nunavut and Toronto, Ontario’s Pearson International Airport.
Iqaluit-Toronto flights will operate twice weekly on Fridays and Sundays, from June 3 until September 30, in time for the summer travel season. Weekend getaways or week-long excursions will all be possible in either direction.
|Iqaluit, NU to Toronto, ON||Friday, Sunday||8:00 am||11:00 am|
|Toronto, ON to Iqaluit, NU||Friday, Sunday||12:30 pm||15:30 pm|
Canadian North will operate the comfortable, quiet and fast Boeing 737 aircraft on this route
More about the Iqaluit to Toronto flight:
Iqaluit is the largest city in the region of Inuit Nunangat that falls within Canadian borders; Inuit Nunangat is the homeland of Inuit within North America. Often considered as remote or even unreachable by much of southern Canada, this scenic and culturally rich area will now be a three-hour flight from Toronto.
As the largest airport in the country, Toronto Pearson offers more domestic and international connections than anywhere else in Canada. Southbound passengers will be able to travel directly to Toronto and book seamless interline connecting flights through Canadian North.