Didn't get away this summer and craving your next vacation? If you live in the UK and fancy jetting off to the True North for a taste of the Canadian lifestyle, you're in luck. Various airlines including Air Canada, British Airways, and Icelandair, have some great cheap flights from various destinations in England and Scotland to some of Canada's most popular cities.
With the cheapest fairs including London (LGW) to St.Johns for £261(direct), Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow to Montreal (YUL) for £286, £281 and £287, and to Toronto (YYZ) for £283, £280 and £284, it's rare you'll catch a return flight for such a low price. From Birmingham (BHX) and Manchester (MAN), you also choose to book a 2-in-1 trip to Iceland and Toronto for £336 and £327, although this involves a slightly more complicated search method.
Firstly, search for the cheapest round-trip dates to Toronto with Iceland Air on Google Flights. You then take those dates and turn them into a multi-city search. So if you're searching for BHX - YYZ on November 23th- December 7th, you would need to add Keflavik International Airport (KEF) somewhere in the middle of those two dates. For example:
November 23th: BHX - KEF
November 30th: KEF - YYZ
December 7th: YYZ - BHX
The best time to book depends on the route with most fares between September 2017 and April 2018 - but these prices are only expected to last a few days, so book quickly.