Flights to Canada from under $800 return

Andrew Munro 27 March 2017

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Philippine Airlines is flying Australians to Canada for less.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Right now you can get cheap flights to Toronto with Philippine Airlines for the period of September to November 2017.

Airfares include a luggage allowance and stops in Manila and Vancouver add some time but help drop the price.

The cheapest flight (departing Melbourne) is just shy of $800 return however flights from other major cities aren't too far off.

These fares are not part of any particular promotion and are available until sold out.


Round trip flights available are:

  • Melbourne to Toronto for $797
  • Darwin to Toronto $804
  • Brisbane to Toronto for $807-$814
  • Sydney to Toronto for $811-$824

Make a booking: Book online through I Want That Flight to lock in deals while seats last.


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