Taxis and Limousines


The taxis and limousines serving Toronto Pearson can take you across the city, to the suburbs or wherever you want to go.

Taxi and Limousine Pick-Up Locations

 

Terminal 1, Arrivals Level
Taxicabs: Door D
Limousines: Door C
  Terminal 3, Arrivals Level  
Taxicabs: Doors D, E & F
Limousines: Door F

Choose the right ride – take a licensed Toronto Pearson taxi or limo.

Airport licensed taxis and limos offer fair, flat rates to your destination and meet specific safety requirements. These are the only vehicles authorized to pick up fares from Toronto Pearson.

A licensed taxi or limo:

  • Will pick up from the designated pick up area on the terminal curbs, arrivals level
  • Will have a GTAA number plate on the bumper and decal on the window
  • Will have flat rate fare information in the vehicle
  • Will not pick up in the terminal or parking garages

 

Fares

Within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), flat rates for travel from the airport are determined based on the time and distance to your destination.

Fares for taxis to destinations outside of the GTA are listed on the Out-of-Town Tariff map. Any area that is not listed on this tariff map will be $1.55/km for taxis, or $1.65/km for limousines.

Click on one of the maps below for taxi fare information. Always confirm the fare with the driver before leaving the terminal.

 

Travelling with Animals

Municipal By-Laws allow drivers to choose not to carry passengers with animals. If you have an animal to be taken in a taxi/limo and cannot find a vehicle willing to accommodate you, please request the attendant at the curb to summon a taxi/limo that will carry an animal.

This does not apply for passengers travelling with Service Animals. Passengers with Service Animals will be provided with the first vehicle in line up.

 

Service and Assistance Animals & Mobility Aids

Service animals or assistance animals providing disability-related assistance to accompany passengers will be provided with the next available vehicle at no additional charge.

In addition, passengers travelling with small mobility aids shall not be refused, hindered or charged additional fees to transport such equipment. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, small mobility aids include, for example, prostheses, canes, crutches, walkers and some foldable wheelchairs.

For additional accessibility information, please visit torontopearson.com/whileyourehere/accessibility/.