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There are a few ways to check in at Toronto Pearson:
To see which options your airline offers, please contact your airline.
There are a few options:
For rates and hours of operation please contact the Travel Store:
Terminal 1: (416) 776-1313 Terminal 3: (905) 612-6677
For complete information about what can and cannot be brought into Canada please see Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) or call Border Information Service.
Questions regarding human health or the importation of animals and/or plants should be directed to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) at 1-800-442-2342.
Currently, Transport Canada recommends that U.S. bound travellers arrive 3 hours before to their flight to allow for security screening and U.S. Customs processing.
Full body scanners are in use in Terminals 1 and 3. Customers travelling to the United States may be required to pass through a scanner as part of the U.S. security screening process.
In order to travel to the U.S. or return to Canada, a valid passport or other permissible document (such as a NEXUS/Global Entry Card card) is required.
For information regarding travel documents, please contact your airline. Our Airline Listing can help you find your carrier.
You may also contact U.S. Immigration at 1-800-375-5283 or U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at (905) 676-2606.
For information regarding the transportation of dairy products, please contact U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at (905) 676-2606.
Passengers with a Canadian or U.S. passport can swipe their passport at a kiosk, complete the declaration process and have their photo taken. A receipt will then be printed for presentation to a U.S. CBP Officer. There are currently a total of 40 Automated Passport Control kiosks at Toronto Pearson and no membership fee is required. Learn more on our Automated Passport Clearance page.
Canadian federal inspection services are provided by Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). We recommend that you contact CBSA directly with your transit visa inquiry; they may be reached as follows:
Canada Border Services Agency
Visit Find out if you need a visa for more detailed information.
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