Toronto - Pearson International Airport
One of North America's busiest airports and Canada's biggest, Toronto Pearson International Airport flies around 34 million passengers a year from two terminals. A taxi to downtown Toronto, 25 km (15.5 miles) south-east, takes around half an hour.
Duty-free shopping is limited in Terminal 1 but there are several stores in Terminal 3 selling tax-free perfume, cosmetics, alcohol and tobacco. There are also shops at Terminal 3's pre-security Retail Court, where you can buy Inuit art and jewellery from Canada Eh! and stock up on designer sunglasses at Traveler or gourmet foods at Toronto Marketplace.
In Terminal 1, pick up newspapers from the INK newsstands and purchase maple syrup or local liqueurs from Tastefully Canadian.
Free wireless high-speed internet access is installed throughout the airport. Bell Canada Internet kiosks are located in both terminals.
East & Drink
With the addition of the Food Concourse pre-security in Terminal 3, the choice of cafés and restaurants is good. For a pre-flight snack, head to Tim Hortons doughnut chain or grab a coffee from Starbucks in either terminal. Sample gourmet pizza at Wolfgang Puck Express pre-security in Terminal 1, or a burger from Beaches Boardwalk Grill in Departures, Terminal 3.