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Cheap Flights from Cranbrook to Vancouver in 2019

Flight information Cranbrook to Vancouver

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$252

Non-stop airlines

3

Flights per week

26

Average flight time, total distance 535 kilometers

1h 32min

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

14
BusinessLuxury

Pan Pacific Vancouver

12
BusinessLuxury

Flying out of Cranbrook

Cranbrook, also known as The Canadian Rockies International Airport is located in Kootenay, British Columbia, 12 miles outside of Kimberley. To get from Cranbrook to Vancouver takes approximately 1.5 hours and tickets can be purchased at Cranbrook. To stay informed of the best prices and special offers, be sure to subscribe to Skyscanner’s Price Alert. It is recommended that you arrive at least an hour before the scheduled take-off.

Vancouver Airport

Just eight miles outside the city center, Vancouver International Airport has been named as the best airport in the world. It has won this prestigious award due to their focus on teamwork, safety, innovation and accountability. As the second busiest airport in Canada it welcomes tourists and business people with modern restaurants, informal bars and a variety of shops, offering anything you might want or need. In addition, the airport features several lounges, a chapel, and a quiet area. Should you get lost or look for a particular service, approach any of the 12 customer care counters and one of the green jacket attendants will be happy to help.

To get from the airport to downtown, the airport has limousines and taxis outside the arrivals hall, as well as hotel shuttle buses. Alternatively, follow the Canada Line signs directing you to the train station. Trains leave every seven minutes during peak hours. If you prefer private transportation, be sure to arrange for a car with Skyscanner’s car rental.

Tips for Traveling to Vancouver

For domestic travel, passengers are required two pieces of identification showing name, date of birth and gender.

While summer is definitely the best season to visit Vancouver, if you’re planning a stay in spring or fall you’ll definitely want to pack a raincoat and an umbrella. During the winter season, especially if you’re planning on skiing or snowboarding, you’ll need a warm sweater, a hat, scarf and gloves. To find the cheapest month to fly to Vancouver, it’s a good idea to use Skyscanner’s flights tool.

Attractions in Vancouver
As a tourist, opt for comfortable shoes when visiting Vancouver as the city has no less than 88 sights and landmarks, 58 historical and modern art museums, and 52 parks. If you the company of others, you can join one of the many day trips and excursions, take part in a food and wine tasting, practice water sports or go on a walking and biking tour.
If you don’t like walking, you can book a seaplane, helicopter or balloon and see the city from the sky. Or you can book passage on a dinner cruise.

Whether you visit Vancouver on business or pleasure, the city, the beaches, the mountains and a multitude of shops, will continue to please and amaze you.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.