Cheap Flights from Tokyo Narita to Vancouver International in 2019

Flight information Tokyo Narita to Vancouver International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 7511 kilometers

8h 35min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Vancouver International and Vancouver Boundary Bay

2 airports

Explore Vancouver

Vancouver Hotels

The Westin Bayshore


Pan Pacific Vancouver


Flight Information

American Airlines, Japan Airlines, Air Canada, and All Nippon Airways offer nonstop flights to Vancouver International from Tokyo Narita on most days of the week. Delta, United, Asiana Airlines, and Korean Air also make flights that stop in Shanghai, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Calgary, or Seoul. Use Skyscanner to search for cheap Tokyo Narita to Vancouver International flights for a relaxing holiday or a productive, easy business trip.

Terminal Information for Tokyo Narita Airport

Flights leave from Terminal 1 or Terminal 2 at Tokyo Narita Airport. Delta and Korean Air use Terminal 1, while Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways use Terminal 2. Terminal 3 was built in 2015 for low-cost carriers, and some international flights leave from it occasionally as well.

Most shops, lounges, and restaurants are on the fourth floor of Terminal 1's Central Building. Its South Wing has one of the largest duty-free malls in Japan, and there's another big duty-free mall in Terminal 2. A Nine Hours capsule hotel in Terminals 1 and 2 has spaces for naps or sleeping overnight and showers for an extra fee. Terminal 3 has the largest airport food court in Japan and an Islamic prayer room.

To decrease waiting times, the airport uses dogs and advanced explosive detection devices instead of individual baggage searches. Passengers probably won't need to show their passport until they reach Vancouver. They should arrive at least an hour before their flight to make sure they stay on schedule.

Terminal Information for Vancouver International Airport

Vancouver International Airport has a Domestic Terminal, an International Terminal, and a smaller South Terminal for floatplanes and other regional flights. People can travel between the terminals through the Link Building or a free shuttle, and porters are available for a fee.

Like Tokyo Narita Airport, Vancouver International Airport has duty-free shopping, ATMs, restaurants, bars, and lounges. There's also a chemist, spa, 24-hour children's play area and nursery, and pet relief area in the International Terminal for service and companion animals. The pet relief area has low counters for those using wheelchairs, a touchless entry system, and artificial grass. The airport also has a chapel and a Quiet Area where people can relax before or after a flight.

What You Need to Know

For flights from Tokyo Narita to Vancouver International, Tokyo residents don't need a visa to fly into Canada. Rather, they're only required to present a valid passport to enter the country.

What to Expect in Vancouver

Vancouver is 16 hours behind Tokyo, so travellers might have some jet lag. They should try to sleep on the plane as much as possible. Furthermore, Vancouver has warm summers and mild winters compared to the rest of Canada, and the weather in Tokyo is even warmer and sunnier.

Meals are about CA$15 (or JPY 1,200) in Vancouver and CA$12 (or JPY 1,000) in Tokyo, while taxis in both cities are about the same price. Local train tickets also cost about the same, and trains leave from the airport. Airport visitors can request a free shuttle to a nearby hotel or rent a car from several companies at the airport, including National, Alamo, Hertz, Dollar Thrifty, Avis, and Budget. Find more information about car rentals, hotels, and flights with Skyscanner.

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