About Toronto Pearson Airport(YYZ)
Toronto Pearson Airport is named after Lester B. Pearson, the 14th Prime Minister of Canada who also holds a Noble Peace Prize Award. It is authorized and operated by Greater Toronto Authority as one of the major parts of the Canada’s National Airport System. It is the largest and the busiest airport in the entire Canada and is located at a distance of 22.5 km from Toronto Downtown. The YYZ Airport serves as the primary hub for Air Canada, Westjet, and FedEx Express. Aside this, a total of 75 airlines works at the Toronto Pearson Airport with more than 1100 daily departures.
Amenities at Toronto Pearson Airport
ATM and Currency Exchange
ATM’s are scattered throughout the terminals while ICE and Travelex offer currency exchange booth at the arrival as well as the departure level at the landside of Terminal 1 and 3.
Travelers need to connect to the “Toronto Pearson Network” In order to enjoy the free Wifi and Internet services.
A Duty-free outlet and plenty of other shopping outlet are present at all the Terminals after the post-security areas and offer a wide range of souvenir, gifts, merchandise, cosmetics and much more.
A wide range of the restaurants serving delicious dishes can be found in both the pre and post-security areas. Not all but few even operate for 24 hours such as 7-Eleven, Tim Hortons, Subway, and A&W.
Car Rental Desk
Plenty of car rental companies have their desks at this Airport, which include Avis, Budget, Hertz, Alamo, Thrifty, Enterprise, Discount, E-Z Trans Canada, Fox, and Payless.