Travel to Canada
SAS will start direct routes to Toronto from Copenhagen and Stockholm in June 2022.
SAS flies to Toronto in Canada all year round.
Fly SAS to Toronto
Fly Scandinavian Airlines to Toronto, one of Canada's most popular cities. Toronto, as a vibrant, cosmopolitan city, offers its visitors plenty of historical structures, breath-taking scenery, and great shopping opportunities. During the summer months, Toronto offers many cultural things to do like festivals and exhibitions!
- Capital: Ottawa
- Currency: Canadian Dollar
- Time zone: UTC -4 to –10/DST: UTC –4 to -10
- Official language: English and French
Facts about Canada
Canada is the world's second-largest country, following Russia and consists of 10 provinces, three territories and spans 6 time zones! We recommend renting a car if you're planning a road trip and focusing on one or two provinces if you're only in the country for a short time. Canada has also the longest coastline in the world as well as the longest international border.
Even in the summer, Canada is one of the colder countries. Even though the temperature varies greatly from place to place, it is essential to bring layers with you. The best season for you to visit Canada is determined by the type of vacation you're looking for. If you’re the outdoor type, Canada will be your dream destination no matter the season.
Canada is also a monarchy and since it’s a member of the British Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth II of the UK is also the Queen of Canada. Canada has two official languages and although most of the population speak English as their first language, a whole 20% use French as their mother tongue.
Aside from all of Canada's modern cities, the country is brimming with unspoiled wilderness. For that reason, remember to explore the Rocky Mountains, stroll through the coastal rainforests of Vancouver Island, or paddle through the lakes of Ontario. As a matter of fact, Canada has more lakes than the rest of the world combined.
A good way to explore Canada is through road trips. One of the most scenic routes is from Vancouver to Alaska, through British Columbia and Yukon Territory in which you should expect to see cobalt blue mountain lakes. A more unusual road trip to Okanagan Valley will take you to the Osoyoos desert, where you can see rattlesnakes and fine wines.
Do you want to travel in even more comfort? You can always upgrade your SAS flight ticket to the next travel class. This gives you access to Fast Track, SAS Lounges, priority boarding, free WiFi (when available) and complimentary meals & snacks onboard.
Experience Canada with the kids. SAS offers up to 90% discounts on children’s tickets to make it more affordable to bring your kids on your trip to Canada.
Always with SAS
At SAS, we strive to ensure our customers have a relaxed and comfortable journey. Regardless of which ticket type you carry, you’ll always enjoy certain SAS customer benefits.
|Included in your travel class:||SAS Go||SAS Plus||SAS Business*|
|24-hour money back guarantee||Yes||Yes||Yes|
1 x 8 kg
|2 x 8 kg*||2 x 8 kg|
1 x 23 kg
1 x 23 kg
2 x 23 kg
|2 x 32 kg|
|SAS Lounge**||For an additional fee||Yes||Yes|
|Food & beverages||
Long distance flights to/from Asia, Canada and US:
Flights within Scandinavia/Europe:
Can be pre-ordered
|WiFi||For an additional fee||Yes||Yes|
*flights to/from Asia, Canada and US **When available
CO2 offset with SAS EuroBonus
EuroBonus gives you more of the world. As a member of our loyalty program EuroBonus you will earn points on your flights with us and our partner airlines in Star Alliance. You can use points to pay for your next trip, upgrade or rent a car, among other things.
We CO2 offset trips when a EuroBonus number is added to the booking on a Scandinavian Airlines flight. More about our sustainability work
SAS CO2 offsets all EuroBonus members trips
<p>If you are not a member already, it’s free and easy to join. Create a EuroBonus account and earn points on your trip. </p>