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Flights to Edinburgh
All fares Toronto (YTO) to Edinburgh (EDI) found by travellers in past 72 hours¤

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US$665
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US$723
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US$690
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Travel information for Toronto, Canada to Edinburgh

Route information
  • Toronto, Canada is 3313 miles from Edinburgh
  • There are 2 daily flights from Toronto, Canada to Edinburgh
  • There are 4 weekly flights from Toronto, Canada to Edinburgh
  • 3 non-stop flights are operating from Toronto, Canada to Edinburgh today
  • Air Canada has the most nonstop flights between Toronto, Canada and Edinburgh
  • London, United Kingdom - Heathrow Airport is the most popular connection for one stop flights between Toronto, Canada and Edinburgh
In-Flight Information
  • The average flying time for a direct flight from Toronto, Canada to Edinburgh is 6 hours 50 minutes
  • Most direct flights leave around 18:55 EDT
Arrival information
  • Edinburgh is 6 mi from Edinburgh Airport (Edinburgh, UK).
  • Edinburgh Airport (Edinburgh, UK)
    • Right now, 63 airlines operate out of Edinburgh Airport.
    • Edinburgh Airport offers nonstop flights to 126 cities.
    • Every week, at least 1,645 domestic flights and 1,141 international flights depart from Edinburgh Airport.

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