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Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo Airport (YKF) to Vancouver Intl Airport (YVR)
Typically, flights to Vancouver from Toronto are cheaper when flying from Toronto Kitchener-Waterloo to Vancouver Intl, which has an average price of C$ 222
|CHEAPEST MONTH TO FLY TO VANCOUVER FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORT||January||35% cheaper||Flying from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport to Vancouver costs on average just C$ 172 in January|
|MOST EXPENSIVE MONTH TO FLY TO VANCOUVER FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORT||December||57% more expensive||It costs about C$ 415 for flights to Vancouver from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport in December|
|MOST POPULAR MONTH TO FLY TO VANCOUVER FROM TORONTO PEARSON INTL AIRPORT||August||140% more users visited||More momondo users searched in flights to Vancouver from Toronto Pearson Intl Airport in August than any other month|
Whether you are visiting Vancouver for the first time or are returning to relive past memories, this vibrant seaport on the west coast of Canada never fails to disappoint. From the surrounding mountains, to the entertainment around the downtown peninsula, to historic Gastown in the east end, and the sprawling Stanley Park, you can always discover something new and exciting when you travel to Vancouver.
Peak tourist season in Vancouver is from June to August. So if you want to know the best time for travel in Vancouver minus the crowds, March to May or September to November are ideal. Spring is perfect for kayaking and strolling through parks and gardens, while summer brings tourists from around the world to enjoy swimming, hiking, and numerous outdoor activities.
This coastal city offers a moderate, oceanic climate. The average temperature for Vancouver during summer months ranges from an average 13-15 degrees Celsius in May-June to 17-18 degrees Celsius in July-August and it starts to cool off again in September with an average of 15 degrees Celsius. October offers the crisp, cool air of fall averaging 12-13 degrees Celsius. Winter months are mild, with average temperatures usually remaining above the freezing mark from 4 degrees to 10 degrees Celsius November-March.
If you are planning a flight to Vancouver and are looking to avoid the rain, you should avoid traveling during the months of January, November, and December. These months will typically see 5.1 inches or more of rain, meaning that rain is likely. If you do run into rain while in Vancouver, there are still things to do and ways to enjoy your trip. While in Vancouver you will find TELUS World of Science nearby which is a great museum to visit when you’re looking for things to do indoors. For those looking to get out of the rain and do a little shopping, check out Waterfront Centre.
Vancouver Intl Airport, Galiano Island Montagne Harbor Airport, Village Bay Miners Bay Airport, Saturna Island Lyall Harbour Airport or Ganges SPB Airport can be an alternative airport used for travel to Vancouver.
Vancouver Coal Harbour Airport has an average price of C$ 237 per person and is typically the cheapest airport to fly into when visiting Vancouver. This average price does vary based on departure city. Try momondo’s Airport-to-Airport Pricing Tool to find the cheapest flight.
Yes, you can travel to University Area via a flight to Vancouver Intl airport in Vancouver (University Area is 7.9 km from the airport).
Vancouver Intl in Vancouver is the closest airport to Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal (distance: 11.5 km).
Prices for flights to Vancouver are updated daily.
As of December 2023, there are 54 operators available to choose from for flights to Vancouver.
The minimum age a child must be to fly alone is five but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service will have their own age restrictions, including rules around flight length, timings, and stopovers. We always recommend checking with the individual airline you are booking with to travel to Vancouver.
The travel and health documents required for your trip to Vancouver can vary based on your itinerary and personal situation. As a rule, consider having multiple documents such as a national ID card or driver’s license, and a passport valid for six-months after you plan to arrive at Vancouver. We always recommend checking with your airline or a trusted third party such as IATA to get advice.
Vancouver is perfect for those who want to get outdoors and get in a few steps walking around the city’s attractions. It is a walkable city and has a compact downtown design. Most likely, you will be just a short walk from your hotel to main attractions in the area. Taxis are available, and they are hailed from the street. Designated taxi stands are found throughout the city too, and you can call one for pickup by paying $5 – $10 CAD for short downtown rides. TransLink is another option that has passes covering the SeaBus and SkyTrain. The transit system has three zones with prices ranging from $2.75 – $5.50 CAD for adults and $1.75 – $3.75 CAD for children. An All-Access Day Pass is $9.75 CAD. After 6:30 pm, as well as on weekends, all trips are classed as a one-zone fare of $1.75 CAD for children and $2.75 CAD for adults. Children under 5 travel for free.
The Aquabus Ferries and False Creek Ferries are affordable ways to bypass the busy bridges. Both are privately operated and a single ride ticket costs anywhere from $3.25 – $5.50 CAD with day passes costing $15 – $16 CAD.
Vancouver has plenty of activities to offer—choose from outdoor biking and hiking to skiing, or visit museums and parks, and much more. Sushi is popular in the area, and Vancouver is home to some of the best sushi houses with excellent pricing. Okada Sushi and Blue Water Café & Raw Bar are two popular establishments to try.
Three skiing areas within a short drive include Cypress Bowl, Grouse Mountain, and Mt. Seymour, which are just 30 minutes from Downtown Vancouver. For the kids in your group, visit the Vancouver Aquarium or entertain young minds at Science World which has numerous hands-on activities and shows. In the summer, the beach scene is always popular, but real summer fun does not start until Canada Day (July 1st), and the temperatures start to cool in October, so plan your visit with this in mind.
Strolling around Downtown Vancouver is an excellent way to get to know the city and explore what it has to offer. Start at Canada Place then walk toward Gastown and Chinatown, which will take a half day on its own. Then, head to Yaletown for dinner.
Plenty to Shop and Bring Home
For gift ideas, stop at First Nations Artwork or bring home smoked and vacuum-sealed salmon. Also, a bottle of wine (or two) from a local vineyard is a great find to bring back.
Canada Line YVR AddFare
All transit users travelling on the Canada Line leaving the airport are subject to the $5 AddFare in addition to their zone fare. It is automatically added to your fee when you buy the fare card.
momondo collates all your flight options in one place and lets you filter them to find the perfect flight to Vancouver. momondo saves you time and could save you money on your trip.
All flight searches to Vancouver on momondo can be filtered to show those which offer flexible booking policies.
Once you have performed a search in the form on the page, momondo provides useful filters and insights. We can show you the cheapest days and times to fly as well as filter your options to help you make an informed choice when booking flights to Vancouver.
Yes momondo offers price alerts on flights to Vancouver. After performing a search on this page you should be able to see the price alert set up feature. Simply provide a valid email address and momondo will instantly alert you when prices change.