Always have drive around to find that easy walking space but it's found in 20 seconds. Pay as your returning to vehicle, makes easier when exiting laot.
Toronto Airport Terminal 3 was opened in 1991.
Terminal 3 in Pearson Airport serves both international and domestic flights.
The terminal has the Sheraton Hotel in the building facilities, and a parking garage, both connected with T1.
This is the Arrivals level. Find here the US Customs and Canada Immigration and Canada Border Services. Services: Lost and found, traveler’s aid, baggage claim areas and access to transportation.
Departures and check-in level. Connect to both parking and Sheraton Hotel by this level and to the LINK Train.
Please, note that US check-in facilities have their own checkpoint.
Passengers will find gates A, B and C located along several Concourses.
At Terminal 3 there is a new retail area called Node C. It is located in post-security, and offers retail stores.
Terminal 3 has 46 gates: B1a-B1d, B2a, B2c, B3-B5, A6d-A6f, A7–A16, B17-B20, B22-B29, C30-C36 and B37–B41.
I'm glad we didn't have to drive around 14 levels to find a spot. Also glad I didn't bring the truck, as I'm tiny car for most excellently in the spot
Clean, easy parking, good amenities. Caribbean Airlines organization at the ticket counter was an example of incompetence and aggravation.
1. Pre booking at this spot was pretty easy
2. Covered car parking
3. Managed to get parking space too on the usage day easily
4. Parking space as such may use some more maintenance. That said, its parking space - too much moving traffic. Only so much can be done
Definitely need a parking permit or ticket. You have to remember where you park or eles you will be lost or confused as the area is tremendously massive
Its a parking lot but offers convenience to travellers. Remember where you park. Its not small, could take time to find a forgotten parking space.
Dropped car off with super helpful staff from Alamo... Pearson = organised chaos!
Its fast entrance to the terminals. Somewhat expensive. Usually very full and difficult to find a spot.