Cheap Flights from Chicago to Vancouver
Flight information Chicago to Vancouver
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average flight time from Chicago to Vancouver, total distance 2812 kilometers
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Flying out of Chicago O'Hare International Airport
Chicago O'Hare (ORD) is Chicago's primary airport and is located on the far northwest side of the city. It can be reached by Blue Line train, Metra, Pace bus, or taxi. There are many 4 hour and 30 minute direct flights to Vancouver from Chicago and even more with connections through other major hubs. If you want to find the cheapest flights from Chicago to Vancouver, use Skyscanner's flight search feature by entering the dates you wish to travel.
Midway International Airport (MDW) is on the southwest side of Chicago and is the second-largest airport in Illinois. It can be reached by CTA Orange Line trains, Pace buses, or taxis. Long-term parking is available. Both airports serve international passengers, and it is recommended that you arrive two hours before your scheduled flight. Check in early online and print your boarding pass ahead of time or have it on your phone to speed up your check-in procedure. TSA lines can be slow, so having plenty of time is essential.
Chicago is called the windy city for a reason! High winds can occasionally disrupt or delay flight departures, so be aware of the weather. Vancouver's climate is very temperate. The weather there is often rainy, and it can be chilly in the winter. Be prepared for foggy mornings and wet rainy days.
Arriving at Vancouver International Airport
You will go through customs and immigration at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) so be sure to have your passport ready. Vancouver International Airport is Canada's principal West coast airport, and has food, beverage, and currency exchange services. It is well-connected to the downtown by public transportation. The Canada Line of the rapid transit rail takes passengers to downtown Vancouver in under 30 minutes. Taxis and car rentals are also available.
Vancouver is a major business hub and also attracts visitors to see the beauty of this coastal city. Visitors often ski and hike in the mountains or whale watch on the Pacific Ocean. The city has many hotels, so book yours early to get the best rates and views, especially in the summertime when the city is the busiest. Many local hotels provide a shuttle service directly form the airport. Popular tourist sites include the sprawling Stanley Park with a walking oath along the seawall, and Vancouver Aquarium, home to educational exhibits and marine animals.
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