Canada Flight Guide
This North American country extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. It borders USA to the south and is the world’s second largest country. The largest city in Canada is Toronto. Other major cities include; Vancouver and Montreal. The capital city is Ottawa. English and French are the official languages in Canada. Visitors to Canada can enjoy the beautiful scenery as well as visit ski resorts in the northern regions, spas, play golf, see marine wildlife, go on bird watching tours in addition to many other activities and sites that Canada has to offer.
Winter and summer temperatures can very greatly due to vast geographical expanse that is Canada. Winters are rather harsh in most parts other than British Columbia which experiences mild rainy winters. The east and west coasts have temperatures of 20 degrees Celsius.
Canada has a large number of international airports. The busiest international airport in terms of passenger traffic is the Toronto Pearson International Airport (IATA: YYZ). Other major airports in Canada include; Vancouver International Airport (IATA: YVR), Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (IATA: YUL), Calgary International Airport (IATA: YYC), Edmonton International Airport (IATA: YEG), Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport (IATA: YOW), Halifax Stanfield International Airport (IATA: YHZ) and Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (IATA: YWG). There are no direct flights to Canada from Australia but Delta and Qantas offer indirect flights. The main departure airports are Sydney Kingsford Smith and Adelaide. The average direct flight time from Sydney or Melbourne to Canada in a commercial airliner is 19 hours to Toronto, 15 and a half hours to Vancouver and 20 hours to Montreal and Ottawa. Indirect flights will vary depending on the connecting hub.
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