Multi-City Flights to Canada
Every holiday starts with a flight and there are plenty of options for you to consider when you travel to Canada. The most popular choice is to complement a Canadian holiday with some time in New York City or Iceland's capital, Reykjavik.
New York City
The Big Apple is one of the most iconic American cities. Home to big hitters like Wall Street, Broadway, and Fifth Avenue, New York City is the beating heart of this diverse and powerful nation.
Visit the Statue of Liberty, stroll through Central Park, and enjoy skyline views from the world-famous Empire State Building. Spend the day captivated by the hustle and bustle of Times Square, the heart of the theatre district, then check out the Met, the 9/11 Museum and the American Museum of Natural History.
Which airlines fly to Canada via Reykjavik: Icelandair
The Icelandic city of Reykjavik is actually the world's most northerly capital. It's small (roughly the size of an average town) but packs a punch, full of enriching art, history, and a vibrant nightlife.
Translated as 'smoky bay', Reykjavik is full of breathtaking natural wonders such as the nearby Blue Lagoon geothermic spa, the Golden Circle and – if you're lucky and venture out into the wilderness – the ethereal Northern Lights. It is among one of the cleanest, greenest, and safest cities in the world, making it a perfect and unique addition to any Flight Centre journey. However you chose to spend your time in Reykjavik, this city will provide you with a truly unforgettable experience.
Heading to Canada's stunning West Coast? Be sure to hop off on the East Coast before venturing cross-country to Vancouver, Jasper and Banff. In Toronto you can summit the lofty CN Tower, cruise around the city's bays and islands, and even catch a bus to nearby Niagara Falls. Only an hour away and an easy day trip, feeling the thunder of these mighty cascades is an absolute must. Get up-close to the action on a Hornblower Cruise, or take the 'Journey Behind the Falls' to actually stroll next to these dramatic sheets of water.