Cheap Flights from Toronto to Vancouver in 2019

Flight information Toronto to Vancouver

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 3340 kilometers

4h 43min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Vancouver International, Vancouver Coal Harbour and Vancouver Boundary Bay

3 airports

Explore Vancouver

Vancouver Hotels

The Westin Bayshore


Pan Pacific Vancouver


Airlines With Direct Flights From Toronto to Vancouver

Separated by more than 3,300 kilometres, Toronto and Vancouver are about 4 hours and 45 minutes apart by air. If you live in Toronto and want to make the relatively short trip to this beautiful western city, or if you need to travel to Vancouver for work, you’ll find that there are many airlines that can take you conveniently to your destination. Airlines with direct services between Toronto and Vancouver include WestJet Airlines and Air Canada. Departure times from Toronto are available throughout the day and you have a choice of flying out of Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) or Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ).

Both Toronto airports can get you to Vancouver International Airport (YVR), which is Vancouver’s main airport. But, if you don’t want to change planes, you’ll need to fly out of Toronto Pearson. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, also known as Toronto Island Airport, only offers flights that have stopovers. Sometimes, you’ll find flights with just 1 stopover, but many flights require 2. These stops can add significantly to journey time, and you may have to do some creative booking to find tickets from Billy Bishop Airport that fit in with your travel plans. But, it’s nice to have the option. If you’re looking for cheap flights from Toronto to Vancouver, you’ll generally find these flights leaving Toronto Pearson in May and June.

About Toronto Pearson International Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s largest and busiest airport. It has 2 active terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, and departures in both terminals are grouped based on airlines and alliances. Each terminal at Toronto Pearson Airport serves domestic and international destinations. If you’re flying on WestJet Airlines, you’ll leave from Terminal 3. Air Canada travellers depart from Terminal 1.

A modern and attractive airport, Toronto Pearson is filled with an abundance of beautiful art that brightens up the public area. There are many shops to browse while you’re waiting for your flight, and you’ll find a wide assortment of places to eat and drink. There are pay-to-use lounges and prayer rooms at Toronto Pearson International Airport as well as other convenient amenities, including free Wi-Fi, complimentary luggage carts, and ATMs.

Arrival at Vancouver International Airport

Once you arrive at Vancouver International Airport, it’s easy to transfer to the city center. A great public transportation system, and numerous taxis, help you get from the airport to downtown Vancouver and

most places within the city limits. A taxi from the airport to downtown will cost around $30, and you may pay with a credit card or cash. If you want to save a bit of money, you can take the Canada Line of the SkyTrain, which arrives in the city centre in around 25 minutes and costs $9.

Vancouver Overview

Vancouver is a splendid city to visit and it offers something for all travellers. From Stanley Park and Gastown to the Capilano Suspension Bridge and Granville Island, tourists have many places to enjoy and dozens of fun things to do. In Vancouver, some of the most popular attractions include Canada Place, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Vancouver Aquarium, and the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum. Most visitors agree that there’s no shortage of opportunities for having a great time in Vancouver.

The Seawall is a wonderful place to get active during the summer months in Vancouver, as it offers chances to play on the beach in the warm Canadian sunshine. During winter, Vancouver tourists like to head to the North Shore for skiing and snowboarding. Sometimes a winter Vancouver vacation can be made even more thrilling by taking a day trip from Vancouver to stunning Whistler, which provides even more snow excitement!

February is the best month for ski trips to Vancouver, and anytime between July and October is great if you want to experience mild weather. Vancouver’s rainy season is typically from the middle of October to the beginning of March. Since Vancouver is only 3 hours behind Toronto, you likely won’t experience any major jetlag.

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