Cheap Flights from Los Angeles International to Vancouver International
Flight information Los Angeles International to Vancouver International
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Average flight time, total distance 1742 kilometers
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Vancouver International and Vancouver Boundary Bay
Flying out of Los Angeles International
Los Angeles International Airport is located 18 miles from the city center and serves the greater Los Angeles area. Direct flights between Los Angeles and Vancouver take about 2 hours and 50 minutes and can be arranged at LAX International Airport. Other than Los Angeles International Airport there are two other international airports near Los Angeles. Ontario International Airport in Ontario California, and John Wayne Airport, in Orange County. To stay informed of the best prices and special offers, be sure to subscribe to Skyscanner's Price Alert.
For an international flight, it's recommended that you arrive three hours before the scheduled take-off.
Vancouver has only one international airport, which is located in Richmond, British Columbia, about 8 miles from downtown Vancouver. It is the second busiest airport in Canada. The airport holds a number of restaurants, bars, and shops where you can find anything from a change of clothing to reading materials and pharmaceuticals. The airport also has banks, a quiet area, a chapel and various lounges. Should you need help of any kind, the airport has 12 customer care counters, recognizable by the green jacket attendants.
To get from the airport your hotel you can make use of a private sedan, a taxi, or the Canada Line subway. Trains leave every seven minutes during peak hours. Alternatively, you can arrange for a private car with Skyscanner car rental.
Tips for Traveling to Vancouver
Passengers arriving in Vancouver International will be required to have a valid passport. Every passenger aged 19 and up may import 40 ounces of liquor, 288 ounces of beer, 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 8 ounces of tobacco.
The type of clothing to wear and to pack will depend on the season you are visiting Vancouver. During winter the city is chilly and wet and if you're planning on skiing in the mountains you will definitely need warm gear.
During spring, light sweaters and a raincoat will suffice. During summer the days are warm, but the evenings can be cool. During fall, the temperature is crisp with a good chance of rain.
To find the cheapest month to fly to Vancouver, it's a good idea to use Skyscanner's flights tool.
Attractions in Vancouver
Vancouver offers its tourists a wealth of attractions. There are day trips and excursions, food and wine tasting, walking and biking tours, and water sports. For those who want to see the city and surrounding areas from above, there are sea planes, helicopter, and balloon rides. If on the other hand, you prefer the water, you can be part of a dinner cruise.
If you prefer to explore Vancouver on your own, there are no less than 88 sights and landmarks, 58 museums, 52 parks, and a zoo.
Young and old enjoy Vancouver and leave the city with plans to come back. Whether you love skiing or hiking in the mountains, relaxing on the beaches or sightseeing and shopping, Vancouver has it covered.
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