Toronto Flights Jul 2007

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Tokyo $1070 (US) $1111 (Canadian)

This flight is with Air Canada and is available for mid to late September travel. Book directly on AC's site or through Orbitz for US$1076. A set of sample days where this fare is available is Sep 10th to the 19th 2007.

Tuesday, Jul 24 2007 3:46pm

Seattle $448 (US) $469 (Canadian)

An amazing web fare deal between YYZ and SEA to be found and booked on Orbitz. Example days where this is available are: Aug 14 to Aug 20 2007, Aug 15 to Aug 24 2007, Aug 18 to Aug 24 2007, Aug 27 to Sep 5 2007, Aug 28 to Sep 5 2007, etc. Other dates are available for $30 more; be sure to do a flexible date search. These flights are offered by Northwest Airlines with one connection either in Detoirt or Minneapolis. This deal might be very interesting for those looking for a cheap flight to Vancouver who are willing to take the bus from Seattle.

Sunday, Jul 22 2007 1:53pm

Pittsburgh $183 (US) $190 (Canadian)

This is a good deal spotted by Airfare Watchdog offered by US Airways. It can be booked on Travelocity by doing a flexible date search.

Tuesday, Jul 17 2007 11:08pm

Montreal $20 (US) $22 (Canadian)

Although this is mostly a flight deals blog I thought I should mention the amazingly cheap bus deals available from Coach Canada. This semi-permanent sale can be booked on their website look for $10 fares from late August 2007 till the end of September 2007. There are also $18, $28, and $38 fares available on days where there are no $10 fares. The only problem with this sale is that you need to select the exact hour of your departure. Coach Canada is the only bus company that travels directly between Montreal and Toronto Greyhound takes a detour through Ottawa.

Monday, Jul 2 2007 9:02pm