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Toronto Pearson International Airport parking

YZZ offers a number of parking options, all of which are easy to reach from major roads across Ontario.

Toronto Pearson International Airport Parking Cost

Car ParkTransfer time (mins)Daily Rates From
Park For U - Valet - Curbside - Etobicoke5$9.51
Skyway Park - Self Uncovered - Toronto Pearson5$11.50
Park4Pearson - Self Park - Uncovered - Brampton10$13.71
NU Hotel Toronto Airport - Valet - Curbside - Mississauga5$14.50
EZ Airport Parking - Valet - Uncovered - Mississauga5$14.50

These are our cheapest prices based on the daily price when staying for a week in a month's time. To get prices accurate for you, use the search box above to compare prices for your parking dates.

On-site value parking

The Value Park Lot and Value Park Garages are perfect if you’re traveling on a budget and need somewhere to leave your car for a day or more. These parking areas are furthest from YYZ, but a free Terminal Link train is available to get you to either Terminal 1 or 2 in less than 10 minutes. A total of 28 disabled parking spaces are available in the Value Park Lot and you’ll find 29 more in the Value Park Garage.

On-site daily parking

The Daily Park Garages offer undercover parking in 20-minute periods, but with maximum daily and weekly rates to ensure you don’t incur a massive fee for your stay. Each terminal has its own Daily Park Garage just three-to-five minutes’ walk from its respective entrance. The Terminal 1 Daily Park Garage contains 36 disabled parking bays, while the one near Terminal 2 has 38 accessible spaces.

Short-term parking

YYZ also provides a number of convenient ways to pick up and drop off passengers. The Express Park area is right next to Terminal 1 and just three minutes’ walk away. You may park here for as little as 30 minutes and the area is ideal for stays of up to three hours.

The YYZ Cell Phone Lots offer you a safe place to wait for a passenger to arrive and you don't have to pay to pick people up there.

On-site valet parking

Sometimes there just isn't enough time to deal with the process of airport parking when you're in a rush to catch a flight. Fortunately, help is on hand at YYZ where you can make use of premium Valet Care and have your car parked for you and cared for while you're away. To use the service between 4:30am and 10:30pm, simply pull up to the curb outside the terminal, hand your keys to an agent and make your way to check-in. To book outside of these hours, you’ll need to fill in the valet care pre-registration form on the airport website before arrival.

Guide de l'aéroport international Pearson de Toronto

  • (416) 247-7678 1 (866) 207-1690 (toll free)
  • 6301 Silver Dart Drive Mississauga, ON L5P 1B2
  • Terminal 1 terminal, Terminal 3 terminal
  • Free in both terminals

L'aéroport international Pearson de Toronto (YYZ) a accueilli plus de 44 millions de passagers en 2016, ce qui en fait la plaque tournante la plus achalandée au Canada et la deuxième en Amérique du Nord (derrière JFK à New York, aux États-Unis).

YYZ dessert la ville de Toronto, la grande région de Toronto et la région du Golden Horseshoe dans le sud de l'Ontario. Il propose des vols toute l'année vers un certain nombre de villes nationales et de destinations internationales sur les six continents peuplés.

Le nom officiel de l’aéroport est l’aéroport international Lester B. Pearson, bien que beaucoup l’appellent Toronto Pearson ou simplement l’aéroport Pearson.

Emplacement de l'aéroport Pearson de Toronto

YYZ n'est pas réellement à Toronto, mais dans la ville de Mississauga, à 22,5 kilomètres au nord-ouest du centre-ville de Toronto. En tant que l'un des aéroports les plus achalandés et les plus importants du Canada, il est bien relié à toutes les routes principales de la région, y compris les autoroutes 401, 409, 407 et 427.

De nombreux trains directs, bus et navettes sont disponibles pour vous emmener à Toronto Pearson de partout dans la région. Les lignes de bus 52 Lawrence West et 192 Airport Rocket circulent toute la journée entre l'aéroport et la ville, tandis que les routes 300 Bloor Danforth et 307 Eglinton West desservent les passagers toute la nuit.

Histoire de l'aéroport Pearson de Toronto

L'aéroport maintenant connu sous le nom de Toronto Pearson a été créé pour la première fois en 1939 sous le nom de Malton Airport et a servi de base à la formation des pilotes et des avionneurs pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale.

YYZ est rapidement devenu l’un des aéroports les plus achalandés et les plus importants du Canada et a été rebaptisé Aéroport international de Toronto en 1960 pour refléter son statut croissant. En 1984, il est devenu l’aéroport international Lester B. Pearson en l’honneur du 14e premier ministre du Canada.

L'installation moderne et à grande échelle qui se trouve actuellement à YYZ a commencé à prendre forme en février 1991 avec l'ouverture du terminal 3, dont le but initial était de faciliter le trafic de passagers à Aeroquay 1 (maintenant fermé) et au terminal 2. Une rénovation majeure a commencé en 1999 avec la construction du nouveau Terminal 1 et l'agrandissement du Terminal 3. Le Terminal 2 a fermé en 2007 et a été démoli l'année suivante.

Toronto Pearson a remporté le prix du meilleur aéroport mondial en 2006. Une décennie plus tard, YYZ a été classé 6e sur la liste des «meilleurs aéroports avec 40 à 50 millions de passagers par an» du World Airport Awards.

Airport facilities

As you would expect from a renowned global airport (and the second-busiest airport in North America), YYZ boasts a huge range of places to eat and drink. From a Canadian coffee shop and a restaurant showcasing fresh ingredients from local farmers to places serving food with French and Asian influences, there is plenty to choose from at Toronto Pearson.

You’ll also find a large duty free store selling a wide range of goods at bargain prices, as well as convenience stores, souvenir shops and even spas to help keep you busy.

Facilities at Toronto Pearson Airport include:

  • ATMs

  • Bag wrapping

  • Baggage enquiries

  • Car hire

  • Car valeting service

  • Currency exchange

  • Disabled access

  • Dry cleaning

  • Faith and worship rooms

  • Family and baby facilities

  • Food and drink

    • Restaurants

    • Cafés

    • Bars

    • World cuisine

    • Breakfasts

  • Hotels

  • Information points

  • Internet access

  • Left baggage

  • Lost property

  • Lounges

  • Parking facilities

  • Shipping and courier services

  • Shopping

    • High-street brands

    • Convenience stores

    • Duty free

  • Smoking areas

  • Trolleys

Toronto Pearson International Airport hotel and parking

The four-star Sheraton Gateway Hotel is the only on-site hotel at YYZ. Connected directly to Terminal 3 and just a short, free train ride on the Link from Terminal 1, the hotel offers a very convenient place to stay during a layover.

As a guest at the Sheraton Gateway, you can print your boarding pass and check-in for your flight using the workstations in the lobby. The hotel is also home to a fitness center, indoor swimming pool and a grill restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. At additional cost, the Sheraton Gateway also offers WiFi in every room, covered parking in the on-site airport lots and 24-hour valet parking.

The ALT Hotel offers three-star accommodation at a location next to Viscount Station at the end of the free Link train line, just 1.2 miles (1.9 kilometers) from YYZ. From there, the train journey to the airport takes less than 10 minutes. Each pet-friendly room at the ALT Hotel features a work desk, wide-screen TV and free WiFi, while complimentary parking is also available on-site.

There is a wide range of hotels catering to different budgets within a two-mile (3.2-kilometer) radius of Toronto Pearson Airport, many of which offer a similar set of facilities to those described above.

Top things to do in Toronto Pearson International Airport

Make yourself at home

There are five Plaza Premium Lounges at YYZ: three in Terminal 1 and two in Terminal 3. Each lounge offers all the creature comforts you need to make your time at the airport relaxed, including wide-screen TVs, your choice of delicious breakfasts, hot food, salads, coffees, wines and beers to help you feel right at home.

If you need to catch a few winks before your flight, you can just sit back and relax in the soft lounge chairs and workstations are available for those moments when it’s time to stop relaxing and get on with some work.

Get fit and fight jetlag

Working out is a proven way to help keep fatigue and jetlag at bay, so if you’re about to board a long flight from YYZ, you can head to Goodlife Fitness gym in Terminal 1 to stay energized and keep your body’s rhythms in check.

Traveling to and spending time in a busy airport can also be stressful and sometimes boring, so working out at YYZ gives you a great way to feel more positive and productive before take-off. Goodlife Fitness at Toronto Pearson Airport is open every day from 4am to 11:30pm.

Explore Canadian culture and history

Toronto Pearson Airport is home to a number of art and history exhibits. In the Permanent Collection, you can take a close look at spectacular pieces from artists all over the world. The collection was commissioned to highlight YYZ’s role as one of North America’s major flight hubs.

The Changing Exhibitions, which are dotted throughout both YYZ terminals, showcase a mixture of items from Canadian and North American art, history and popular culture. At different times, the exhibitions feature collections of toys and props from popular films, among many other fascinating items.

There's something for young minds to enjoy at the airport, too, particularly if your kids are interested in dinosaurs. Different locations across Canada have seen many great dinosaur discoveries and YYZ pays tribute to its archaeologists by displaying the bones of dinosaurs in Terminal 1.

Treat yourself to a manicure on the move

The :10 Minute Manicure outlet is an on-site mini spa offering a range of quick treatments to help you feel refreshed for your flight. Whether you just want to relax with some time to spare before check-in or you need to look your best before getting down to business, you can come to this chain outlet for your choice of massages, manicures, pedicures, teeth whitening, hair care and more.

Enjoy a mix of cosmopolitan cuisine

With its dark red booths and track-mark designs on the floor, the Red Rocket restaurant pays tribute to Toronto’s streetcars (trams), while its international menu reflects the city’s deeply cosmopolitan culture. For example, Ontario is home to Canada’s highest concentration of Greeks and the chicken souvlaki on the menu is testament to this. For a true taste of Toronto, mix these skewers with classic American fries or your choice of the many other items on the grab-and-go menu.

Stock up in time to travel

Whether you need to pick up some essential items you’ve forgotten in your rush to YYZ, you want to go on the hunt for bargains or you’re just looking to browse the shops to pass the time, YYZ provides the opportunities for it.

The Travel Store in Terminal 3 sells high-quality luggage, bags and backpacks, as well as jewelry, watches and belts. You can even buy an umbrella, just in case the sun stops shining and the heavens open while you're on your travels.

Hudson's Bay Company Trading Post sells souvenirs that make great gifts for friends back home or mementoes of your time in Canada, while the Toronto Duty Free store offers you the chance to make big savings on premium brand perfumes, colognes, alcohol, chocolate, handmade Canadian curios and a range of other items.

À faire près de Aéroport international Pearson de Toronto

En savoir plus sur l'aviation pendant votre escale

Le cours de simulation de vol de Threshold Aviation Airliner Adventures vous offre un moyen amusant et pratique d'en savoir plus sur ce qu'il faut pour piloter un avion à réaction Horizon 737NG. Si vous avez une longue attente avant votre vol à YYZ, les cours y offrent des moyens amusants et instructifs de passer le temps.

Réserver une heure dans le simulateur pourrait être le premier pas vers votre future carrière de pilote et l'expérience pourrait aider les voyageurs nerveux à vaincre leur peur de voler.

Voir le plus grand cœur du monde

Le Musée royal de l'Ontario est l'un des plus grands musées d'Amérique du Nord et abrite également le cœur animal le plus grand et le mieux préservé de la planète Terre - celui de la puissante baleine bleue. Les vaisseaux sanguins du cœur sont si gros qu’un bébé humain pourrait les traverser.

Ce musée de classe mondiale présente également un certain nombre d'expositions interactives, de jeux et d'applications mobiles connexes, dont certains utilisent la réalité augmentée (RA) pour donner vie aux dinosaures et à d'autres merveilles naturelles. Dans la grotte des chauves-souris, vous pouvez passer du temps avec des chauves-souris réalistes dans une version recréée de leur véritable habitat. Le Musée royal de l'Ontario possède des espaces dédiés aux adultes et aux enfants et saura amuser et captiver toute votre famille.

Participez à l'obsession nationale

Avec la crosse, le hockey sur glace est l’un des deux sports nationaux officiels du Canada et cette obsession s’étend à Toronto, où l’équipe locale de la LNH, les Maple Leafs de Toronto, bénéficie d’un soutien fervent. Bien qu'ils n'aient pas remporté la Coupe Stanley depuis 1967 (la plus longue sécheresse active de l'histoire de la ligue), les Maple Leafs demeurent la troisième équipe la plus précieuse de la LNH.

Venez au Centre Air Canada entre octobre et avril de chaque année pour encourager les Maple Leafs ou essayez de jouer vous-même au jeu à la patinoire Nathan Philips Square.

Voir un arc-en-ciel garanti au-dessus d'une cascade

Les trois chutes d'eau des chutes du Niagara se trouvent à la frontière canado-américaine entre la province de l'Ontario et l'État de New York. La plupart conviennent que les meilleures vues sur les chutes se trouvent du côté canadien de la frontière où, par beau temps, il est à peu près garanti que vous verrez une forme d'arc-en-ciel au-dessus de l'eau au coucher du soleil. Pour encore plus d'excitation et de vues à couper le souffle, vous voudrez peut-être faire un tour en hélicoptère au-dessus de la région.

Il faut environ 70 minutes de route de l'aéroport Pearson de Toronto aux chutes du Niagara, mais l'expérience de voir 75 000 gallons (341 litres) d'eau dévaler les imposantes falaises vaut bien le détour.

Admirez les meilleures vues de Toronto d'en haut

De 1976 à 2007, la Tour CN était le plus haut bâtiment du monde avec une hauteur de 1 815,4 pieds (553,33 mètres). Alors que le bâtiment ne détient plus cette distinction, la tour est toujours impressionnante, à la fois à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur.

Visitez la Tour CN pour admirer les vues incroyables de la ville. Vous pouvez même regarder des images en direct de la Tour CN pour avoir une idée de ce que votre visite vous réserve.

Vivez des sensations fortes avec toute la famille

Avec ses 69 manèges, ses 200 attractions et son parc aquatique s'étendant sur 20 acres (8,1 hectares), Canada Wonderland jouit d'une excellente réputation. Le Léviathan est une énorme montagne russe qui atteint des vitesses allant jusqu'à 92 miles par heure (148 kilomètres par heure), sur laquelle vous serez plongé dans une chute exaltante de 80 degrés.

D'autres manèges effrayants dans le parc portent des noms inquiétants comme Behemoth et Shockwave, tandis que Skyhawk est le premier manège du genre à permettre aux visiteurs du parc de contrôler certains éléments de leur expérience. La balade Planet Snoopy, le train, le carrousel et l'immense parc aquatique Splash Works contribuent tous à une journée amusante pour toute la famille.

Which terminal?

Toronto Pearson has two terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. Terminal 2 was closed in 2007, but YYZ kept the original names to prevent confusion. Both terminals handle domestic, international and trans-border journeys, with flights from each building organized according to airline alliances, rather than routes.

YYZ is a hub for Air Canada and WestJet, as well as being a focus city for Air Transat and Sunwing Airlines. Shuttle buses are on hand to provide a link between terminals.

The airlines currently offering public flights to and from Toronto Pearson Airport can be found on the Toronto Pearson Airport website.

How to get to Toronto Pearson International Airport



If you’re using sat nav, the postal code L4W 1S9 will get you to YYZ Terminal 1 and L5P 1B2 will take you to Terminal 3.

To get to the airport from downtown Toronto, find your way onto the Gardiner Expressway westbound from University Avenue and York Street. Turn north onto Highway 427, continue for six miles (10 kilometers) and follow the signs to the airport. This journey usually takes 25-30 minutes.


The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) operates a number of bus services to YYZ from the local area. The 192 Airport Rocket connects Kipling Station in downtown Toronto to both terminals. On weekdays, this service runs intermittently from 4:56am, with buses arriving every 10 minutes from 5:29am until 2:11am the next day. On Saturdays, the 192 bus runs from 5:18am until 2:15am and operates on Sundays from 8:00am until 2:15am.

Brampton Transit operates the 115 Airport Express service to YYZ from the nearby city of Brampton, while provides buses from downtown Toronto and its nearby suburbs. MiWay runs a local service to Toronto Pearson from Mississauga and Greyhound provides routes to the airport from destinations in Ontario and Buffalo in New York State.


The Union Pearson Express is a regular service that makes the journey from Union Station in central Toronto to YYZ every 15 minutes. This service runs from 5:30am and 1am and each trip takes 25 minutes. Every Union Pearson Express train offers easy access for disabled passengers and plenty of storage space, while free WiFi is also available onboard.

Useful tips

There are medical services available on-site

Skyhealth Express is an on-site medical clinic that offers a full range of services. There’s also a pharmacy next door, so whether you need to consult a doctor, pick up prescriptions or buy nutritional supplements, YYZ allows you to keep an eye on your health when you're on the go.

You can work out at YYZ

Unlike many airports, Toronto Pearson is home to a gym with state-of-the-art fitness equipment to help you keep fit. The gym features changing rooms with showers, toiletries and hair dryers. You can even rent gym clothes and shoes to ensure you have all you need for a proper workout before take-off.

The airport is open around the clock

YYZ is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so you’ll never be stranded without shelter while you wait for your flight. You will find 24-hour concessions landside at the airport, too.

Look out for the 'Pet Zone' locations

If you’ll have pets with you in the airport, you’ll be pleased to know that there are pet relief areas in both terminals. At Terminal 1, you’ll find a Pet Zone on the east side of the building on the Departures level outside Aisle Q and another on the ground level outside Door P. The Terminal 3 Pet Zone is located on the Arrivals level outside Door A. Each Pet Zone features synthetic grass and they are strictly non-smoking areas.

Both terminals handle domestic and international flights

Flights to and from Toronto Pearson are organized according to airline alliances, so the setup is unusual when compared to other airports. For more information, go to the YYZ website.

Toronto Pearson International Airport FAQs

What are the quickest and cheapest ways to get to Toronto Pearson Airport from Niagara Falls, ON?

There are no forms of direct public transport connecting Toronto Pearson to Niagara Falls. The quickest way to get to the airport from Niagara Falls is by car and this journey takes around 70 minutes. If you don’t have your own car, renting one is only slightly more expensive than using a combination of public transport, but the latter will make the journey much longer (three hours or more).

Does the airport have free WiFi and, if so, how do I log on?

Yes, WiFi is free throughout YYZ. To log on, simply choose “Toronto Pearson Wi-Fi” from the list of available networks and the American Express landing page should pop up. If this doesn’t happen, launch your browser, tick the box to confirm you accept the terms and conditions and tap the green button.

Is smoking allowed in either terminal?

No. In line with Ontario law, YYZ does not allow smoking inside any of its buildings. However, there are smoking areas outside each terminal.

Can I fly to New York from Toronto Pearson?

Yes. Air Canada, American, Delta, United and WestJet all offer flights to New York.

Are dogs allowed in either terminal?

Pets are not allowed at YYZ unless they are service animals or kept within a cage.

Are there showers at YYZ?

Showers are not freely available. However, you will find showers in the Plaza Premium lounges and the Goodlife Fitness gym, both of which are accessible by all passengers at extra cost.

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