Cheap flights from Prince George to Vancouver

Flight information Prince George to Vancouver

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 519 kilometers

1h 15min

Most popular airline last month


Vancouver International, Vancouver Coal Harbour and Vancouver Boundary Bay

3 airports

Explore Vancouver

Vancouver Hotels

The Westin Bayshore


Pan Pacific Vancouver


Prince George is known as the capital of Northern British Columbia and is particularly famous for its lumber industry. Vancouver,  meanwhile, is a cosmopolitan city located on British Columbia's Pacific Coast with lots of fine dining, boutique shopping, and recreational activities.

Flying from Prince George to Vancouver is extremely easy, with three airlines, Air Canada, WestJet, and Central Mountain Air, together offering dozens of direct flights each week. Because of their distance from one another and the long driving times, flying is the best way to get from Prince George to Vancouver. You can use Skyscanner's Price Alerts to make sure you don't miss out on any drop in airfare and also take advantage of the monthly search tool if you are flexible on when you can travel.

Inside: Prince George Airport

Prince George Airport is a small but modern facility located about 15 minutes from central Prince George. To get to the airport you can use either one of a number of shuttle services or take a taxi. Security and check-in times are generally quick and there is a restaurant located both before and after security. Parking is also available at hourly, daily, and weekly rates. This is a domestic route, so you don't need your passport, although you will need to bring some form of identification. Also note that the airport closes between 12:30 AM and 4:30 AM at night.

Landing in Vancouver

All flights from Prince George to Vancouver land at the Vancouver International Airport. The domestic terminal of the airport is divided into three concourses and which concourse your flight arrives at will depend on your airline. Concourse A is used by WestJet Encore, Concourse B by Central Mountain Air, and Concourse C by Air Canada and, sometimes, WestJet. In the arrivals hall, after you pass security, there is a Tim Hortons and convenience store. A taxi stand is located right outside the terminal doors. If you are looking to rent a car you can find a number of rental agencies on the ground floor of the parkade. You can also take the SkyTrain into downtown Vancouver, which takes about 30 minutes. Just follow the signs for the Canada Line.

Vancouver has a wealth of things to see and do. Its famously mild climate means that even during the winters you can go for a jog along the beach in the morning and then ski the slopes in the afternoon. Cultural attractions include the Vancouver Aquarium, Vancouver Art Gallery, the Museum of Anthropology, and the Vancouver Public Library. Grouse Mountain offers fantastic views of the city and other outdoor activities include kayaking, whale watching, hiking, and skiing and snowboarding. Vancouver has plenty of hotels, ranging from budget rooms to luxury suites and Skyscanner can help you find the hotel that is right for you.

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