Cheap Flights from London Heathrow to Vancouver in 2019
Flight information London Heathrow to Vancouver
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Average flight time, total distance 7583 kilometers
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Vancouver International, Vancouver Coal Harbour and Vancouver Boundary Bay
With around 15 airlines covering this route, Skyscanner will easily find plenty of flights from London Heathrow to Vancouver. Air Canada, Lufthansa, American Airlines, and United Airlines offer the bulk of London Heathrow to Vancouver flights. Six airlines provide direct flights to Vancouver from London Heathrow: Air Canada, Lufthansa, American Airlines, Iberia, Finnair, and British Airways.
Terminal Information for Heathrow Airport
Heathrow Airport is the world's second-busiest airport for international passenger traffic. It's big, and it's busy. Printable maps are available on the website to make it easier for passengers to find their way around. The fastest way to get to the airport is the Heathrow Express train, and the cheapest way is via the Underground.
There are four terminals, and airlines are grouped by terminal. Air Canada and Lufthansa use Terminal 2, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines use Terminal 3, KLM uses Terminal 4, and British Airways predominantly uses Terminal 5. Those moving between terminals to catch connecting flights can use the Heathrow Express trains, Underground trains, or free bus transfers to terminals 4 and 5. Terminals 2 and 3 are within walking distance of each other. Heathrow is a destination full of world-class shops and a variety of restaurants. The airport also features special events, like live music at Caffè Nero in Terminal 2, and seasonal programmes, such as fun Easter events for kids.
Terminal Information for Vancouver International Airport
While Vancouver International Airport is not as massive as Heathrow Airport, it is the second-busiest airport in Canada. Travellers are treated to an impressive airport interior with a distinct British Columbian decor that features Pacific Northwest Coast and Aboriginal art, as well as hues of blue and greens that reflect the colours of the sea and sky.
There are two terminals, the Main Terminal and the South Terminal. All international flights arrive and depart from the Main Terminal with passengers transiting through Concourse D. The quickest way to Downtown Vancouver is with The Canada Line rapid transit rail, which takes 30 minutes, or 15 minutes to downtown Richmond. Note that there is an extra CA$5 AddFare on top of the regular zone fare amount for travel from the airport.
What You Need to Know
For international flights, passengers should plan to arrive at London Heathrow three hours before departure. To be allowed entry into Canada, citizens of the United Kingdom must have Electronic Travel Authorizations (eTAs) for tourist purposes. An eTA is a simple document that can be applied for online and costs only CA$7.
What to Expect in Vancouver
Vancouver is eight hours behind London, and while the time difference may take some adjusting to, the weather won't. London and Vancouver share a similar climate, averaging a mild 19 degrees Celsius in summer and 4 degrees Celsius at its coldest in winter. While it's no surprise that London is known as an expensive city, few realise that Vancouver ranks as one of the most expensive cities in North America and, in some cases, is more expensive than London. Hotels can be pricey depending on location and average around CA$180, more expensive than even Toronto. It is a beautiful city to visit, though, and well worth the visit.
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