Save £30 return on flights to Toronto from:
London Gatwick, Manchester, Glasgow, and Birmingham to Toronto Pearson International Airport
Promotion code: Toronto Marathon (insert this code into the flight search box or quote over the phone)
Travel is valid during:
Outbound flights from 15th to 18th October 2014
Inbound flights from 20th to 25th October 2014.
This promotion is strictly subject to availability. So don't delay, book today! This offer is valid for booking made up to 30th April 2014.
Exclusive offer from Canadian Affair; Niagara Falls tour add-on
A superb location in the entertainment district of Toronto makes the Sheraton centre one of Toronto's best hotels and we highly recommend it. The fully refurbished hotel rooms feature the plush comfort of the Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed and guests can enjoy the largest indoor/outdoor hotel pool in the city.
123 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario. Child Age: 17
1 Harbour Square, right on the water's edge, where Yonge Street meets Lake Ontario. Marathoners run past the door at 21km, and you're less than 2km from the Start/Finish line.
Dates applicable: 16th to 26th October, 2014
A great add-on. Includes Lunch, and Maid of the Mist ride or Journey Behind the Falls (weather permitting)
Canadian Affair reserves its absolute right to determine the actual number of seats available under the promotion on each flight, and indeed to provide no seats on certain peak-day departures. This offer relates to travel from 16 October – 26 October 2014. This offer is available to book on the dedicated telephone lines. No child discounts are available on these fares.
Passengers will not be allocated with a ticket, as Canadian Affair is a "ticketless" airline. Flights and accommodation must be paid in full at the time of booking. A booking reference, which must be quoted at check-in will be issued.
Passengers are responsible for their own insurance. It is recommended that passengers take out suitable travel insurance (Canadian Affair sell excellent value travel insurance)...
Canadian Affair bookings are subject to the conditions of Contract as made available on the Canadian Affair website or printed on Canadian Affair Itinerary form of Itinerary/receipt and to Canadian Affairs General Conditions of Carriage for Passengers and Baggage from time to time and such conditions shall prevail in the event of any inconsistency within the terms of this offer. Transfer to onwards destinations are not the responsibility of either Canadian Affair or the Hotel. Passengers must organise their own transfers as they see fit.
Canadian Affair reserves the right to vary any of the terms and conditions of this offer at their absolute discretion. Canadian Affair reserves the right to cancel this promotion without notice or obligation.
Liverpool's Anthony Chadwick wins Trip for 2 to STWM with CANADIAN AFFAIR, from 4,138 entrants in contest in Runner's World UK. Liverpudlian wins for second year in a row. Are Scousers lucky or what?
Congratulations to Stuart Fuller of Norwich, winner of our Runner's World UK contest to win a trip for 2 to STWM06, courtesy of Canadian Affair! And THANKS to the almost 5,000 British runners who entered the contest on www.runnersworld.co.uk. Stuart and his wife Eeva will fly in comfort on www.canadianaffair.com from Gatwick and stay at the 4-star Sheraton Toronto Centre Hotel across from Nathan Phillips [City Hall] Square—site of the free, Friday Night Welcome Concert on September 22nd.
Halifax Lady Runners: "Well underway with our training now [for Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon 2006], inbetween watching World Cup! The weather has finally come good for us in England," writes group leader, Ros Higham of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Seven members of the group are on their way to Toronto: (left to right) top row: Ros Higham, Peter Higham, of Huddersfield, Pauline Brown, Tony Davies of Halifax, Lorraine Rodda, Phil Rodda of Halifax; front row: Susan Nuttall, Barbara Sayer of Halifax; missing from group of 10 is Wendy Knight and Trevor Hayward of Bradford,who were taking a well earned rest at the time of the 'photo!. (click photo to enlarge)
Anthony Forsyth: "Approaching my wedding anniversary I was approaching 17.5st (245lb). We had had friends staying with us for a week and I had been eating out a lot pushing me up the last 5lb or so. We had just had our fifth child a few months earlier and I should have been on top of the world, but the truth was I felt like I was dying. Literally..."
RW UK contest winners, James Rodger and Steve Bryant. Thanks to Canadian Affair, more than 5,000 Brits got a chance to enter a contest on www.runnersworld.co.uk, to win a trip for two to Toronto Waterfront...