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8 Round Trip Flights From Toronto For $300 And Under

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8 Round Trip Flights From Toronto For $300 And Under

Travel will always be trendy. Whether you're a millennial or a boomer, seeing the world is something that we all dream of doing someday. Although the financial climate in Canada has made travelling a pricey hobby in recent years, it's still not entirely impossible to find great deals to awesome locations.

READ ALSO: Canada Ranked One Of The Best Countries To Live In

If you're craving to get out of the city, below are a couple of affordable flights from various major airports. Some of them are non-stop while others have a short layovers, but they're all destinations worth spending the time and money on!

Toronto Pearson (YYZ)

Billy Bishop (YTZ)

John C. Munro (YHM)

All Toronto Airports (YTO)

For round trip flights from Toronto Pearson, click Next.

Toronto Pearson 

Boston, MA - $291

  • Jul 7 to 10
  • Non-stop

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New York, NY - $266

  • Aug 11 to 14
  • Non-stop

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For round trip flights from Billy Bishop, click Next.

Billy Bishop

Quebec City, QC - $294

  • Jun 23 to 27
  • Layover in Montreal (45 min, outbound and return)

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Chicago, IL - $294

  • Jun 23 to 27
  • Non-stop

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For round trip flights from John C. Munro, click Next.

John C. Munro

Halifax, NS - $270

  • Jun 23 to 27
  • Layover in Montreal (44 min, return)

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Winnipeg, MB -$239

  • Jun 23 to 27
  • Non-stop

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For round trip flights from all Toronto airports, click Next.

All Toronto Airports

Orlando, FL - $281 

  • Aug 10 to 14
  • Layover in Charlotte, NC (4-5 hours, outbound and return)

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Washington, D.C. - $291

  • Aug 25 to 28
  • Layover in New York, NY (4.5 hours, return)

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 Cover photo is of Volcano Bay at Universal Studios, Orlando.  

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