Question : Should you take that vacation to Toronto in the next 30 days?
Answer : May 16th has seen bookings (as of Apr 24th) as cheap as $413. That comes in 57% below the average price for this route. Saving now means you'll have more money to spend on your trip.
Question : How long do most people stay in Toronto?
Answer : Of course you're not most people, but if you were, you'd stay roughly 12 days.
Question : Best case scenario, how quickly can someone get from AMS to YYZ?
Answer : If you're able to take the quickest direct flight (which is offered by KLM), you will be able to leave AMS at 1:30 PM CEST and get to YYZ at 3:40 PM EDT (eight hours and 10 minutes). Remember, there is a six-hour time change.
Question : Is there a day of the week that has more departure times to choose from than other days?
Answer : Saturday has the greatest variety of flight times for Amsterdam to Toronto with three. However, with only two flight times, Friday doesn't offer quite as many options when finding that perfect departure time.
Question : How often is the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) to Pearson International Airport (YYZ) route delayed?
Answer : This particular route gets passengers to Pearson International Airport on time 53% of the time, which puts it among the worst in the world. If a flight is delayed, expect an average of about half an hour added to your flight time.
Question : Are you paying the cheapest or highest price for your ticket to Toronto?
Answer : Ranging anywhere from $413 to $1,760, prices for AMS to YYZ do change much more than the majority of routes from the Netherlands. Remember, you can save by booking further in advance.
Question : How does Amsterdam to Toronto stack up against the rest of the world in overall promptness?
Answer : Using the combined on-time percentage and average delay breakdown, Amsterdam to Toronto currently has a 0 out of a possible 5 star rating. A 0-star rating means you should feel rather worried about getting to Toronto on time.