Airlines That Fly From Las Vegas to Toronto, Canada

Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto, Ontario is Canada's busiest airport, with 30.4 million passengers in 2009. It acts as a hub for most flights to and from Canada, so it is natural that there would be many flights connecting it to Las Vegas. Travelers wishing to fly from Las Vegas to Toronto can choose between three airlines with non-stop flights between the cities.

United Airlines

One of the largest international airlines based in the United States, United operates more than 3,000 flights daily. United has a reward program called "Mileage Plus" that allows you to earn points not only by flying with United, but through its car rental and hotel partners, as well as several partner airlines. United has two flights a day between Toronto and Las Vegas.

United Airlines Headquarters

P.O. Box 66100

Chicago, IL 60666


Air Canada

Canada's largest airline, Air Canada flies to nearly 100 destinations in 33 countries. Since 2006, Air Canada has been improving its cabins to include such amenities as personal TVs with video on demand, interactive games, in-seat power for laptop computers and USB ports. Air Canada operates three flights daily from Las Vegas to Toronto.

Air Canada

7373 Cote Vertu Ouest

Dorval, QC H4S 1Z3



Westjet started as a small, western Canada-based airline in 1996, and now serves cities across Canada, the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean. All seats are equipped with personal TVs with live satellite broadcasts and movies on demand, and a variety of snacks and meals are available for purchase during flights. Westjet flies direct from Las Vegas to Toronto two times daily.


22 Aerial Place N.E.

Calgary, AB T2E 8X7