Cheap Flights from Calgary to Vancouver in 2019
Flight information Calgary to Vancouver
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 683 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Vancouver International, Vancouver Coal Harbour and Vancouver Boundary Bay
Flying out of Calgary Airport
Calgary International Airport (YCC) is located approximately 20 kilometres northeast of the city centre, near Beddington Heights, Coral Springs, Country Hilss, MacEwan, and Temple. The airport is a major hub for Air Canada, as well as Air North Charter, Central Mountain Air, and WestJet. Calgary International airport consists of one terminal building with four concourse areas equipped with a wealth of amenities and facilities for travellers, including ATMs, currency exchange kiosks, restaurants, duty-free shopping, bars, conference facilities, and retail outlets. Domestic travellers can park at P1 and proceed to the Domestic terminal. A free YYC LINK Passenger Shuttle is available to transport passengers between concourses.
Airlines That Fly from Calgary to Vancouver
Direct flights from Calgary to Vancouver are served by Air Canada, Air Transat and WestJet. If you have a travel date in mind, Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can monitor airfares from these carriers and notify you when prices are low.
Vancouver Area Airport Options
There are two airports in Vancouver that serve passenger flights: Vancouver International Airport, which is located approximately 13 kilometres south of downtown Vancouver; and Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre, a seaplane terminal which sits conveniently in the heart of downtown Vancouver, giving arriving tourists direct access to the city's top shopping, accommodations, convention centres, and restaurants.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is the busier of the two airports, serving almost 18 million passengers annually. Visitors arriving at this airport will find TK terminals equipped with a wide variety of amenities and services, including restaurants, retail boutiques, a duty-free shop, bars, ATMs, fast-food concessions, and information desks. Outside of the airport, you'll be greeted with a multitude transportation options for getting to the city centre, including taxis, shuttle buses, and car rentals. There is also the Airporter -- a public bus that runs from the Airport Station Bus Terminal to Vancouver, Richmond, and surrounding areas.
Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre (CXH) operates a single seaplane terminal equipped with information counters, luggage holding areas, a world-class travellers' lounge, and access to public transit links (bus stops for Canada Line, SeaBus, Skytrain, and West Coast Express are all located within walking distance of the airport). Other ground transportation options available at Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre are taxis, limousines, and rental cars.
What to Expect in Vancouver: Travel Tips
Like most Canadian Cities, Vancouver is generally safe; violent crimes like robberies and shootings are rare, and tourists are unlikely to encounter any problems when visiting the city. There are, however, areas of the city that have a higher population of disadvantaged and homeless people, as well as problems with illegal drugs -- namely, Chinatown and the area east of Gastown. While it's not considered particularly dangerous to walk around these areas during the day, you should remain alert and take extra precautions at night. If you're going to be out late at night, consider taking a taxi back to your hotel. Haven't booked a room in Vancouver yet? Use Skyscanner's hotel search to browse affordable accommodations in the city.
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