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Kelowna
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Victoria
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Kamloops
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FAQs - booking British Columbia flights

  • How can I make my flight from Calgary to British Columbia more sustainable?

    To make your Calgary to British Columbia flight more sustainable, consider carbon offsetting through airline programs or third-party services to mitigate your carbon footprint. Choose airlines that prioritize sustainability and invest in fuel-efficient aircraft. Pack light to reduce weight, and opt for non-stop flights when possible, as takeoffs and landings contribute most to emissions. Additionally, supports airlines that use biofuels or implement eco-friendly initiatives, like Air Canada and WestJet.

  • Where should I fly to in British Columbia from Calgary?

    Flying from Calgary to British Columbia, Vancouver is a popular choice due to its prominence and numerous attractions. However, consider other airports like Victoria, Kelowna, or Kamloops, each close to distinct attractions. Victoria offers historic charm, Kelowna boasts wineries, and Kamloops provides access to outdoor adventures. Assess your interests to decide the best airport, balancing proximity to attractions with flight options and convenience.

  • Does Calgary Airport (YYC) offer services for those with mobility issues?

    Calgary Airport (YYC) provides extensive services for passengers with mobility issues, including accessible parking, wheelchair assistance, designated pick-up and drop-off zones, and accessible restrooms throughout the terminals. The airport offers elevators, ramps, and designated seating areas. Additionally, YYC provides specialized services upon request, such as escort assistance and dedicated help points, ensuring a smooth and accommodating travel experience for individuals with mobility challenges.

  • Which airport should I fly to if I plan on skiing during my visit to British Columbia?

    For skiing in British Columbia, consider flying into airports close to prominent ski resorts. Kelowna International Airport (YLW) serves resorts like Big White and SilverStar. Alternatively, fly into Vancouver International Airport (YVR) for access to Whistler Blackcomb, a renowned skiing destination. Each airport provides convenient access to distinct ski areas, allowing you to choose based on the specific resort or skiing experience you seek during your visit to BC.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Calgary to British Columbia?

    KAYAK is a travel search engine. That means we look across the web to find the best prices we can find for our users. With over 2 billion flight queries processed yearly, we are able to display a variety of prices and options on flights from Calgary to British Columbia.

  • How does KAYAK's flight Price Forecast tool help me choose the right time to buy my flight ticket from Calgary to British Columbia?

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to British Columbia from Calgary is likely to change within 7 days, so travelers know whether to wait or book now.

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Calgary to British Columbia?

    Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional round-trip ticket. You could then fly to British Columbia with an airline and back to Calgary with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Calgary to British Columbia?

    Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to British Columbia from Calgary up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to British Columbia

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found tickets from Calgary to the following destinations at these prices or less: Vancouver C$ 95 one-way - C$ 204 round-trip; Abbotsford C$ 70 one-way - C$ 132 round-trip
  • Morning departure is around 13% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
  • At Calgary Airport (YYC), indulge in a diverse array of lounges like the Maple Leaf Lounge, Aspire Lounge, and Chinook Lounge. These inviting spaces offer travelers a haven of comfort, amenities, and relaxation, providing a respite before your journey to the picturesque landscapes of British Columbia.
  • Departing from Calgary Airport (YYC) on your journey to British Columbia, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) often serves as the primary destination. This preference stems from YVR's status as a major hub, offering unparalleled connectivity for domestic and international flights within the region.
  • Several airlines operate hubs at Vancouver International Airport (YVR), including Air Canada, WestJet, and Pacific Coastal Airlines. These hubs facilitate domestic and international connections across North America and beyond.
  • Airlines like Air Canada, WestJet, and Flair Airlines typically offer direct flights from Calgary to various British Columbia destinations, including Vancouver, Victoria, Kelowna, and others, providing convenient travel options between the provinces.
  • When traveling to the capital of British Columbia, Victoria, you can opt to fly directly into Victoria Airport (YYJ) or fly into Vancouver (YVR), which is in close proximity to Victoria. From Vancouver, ferry and air connections make reaching Victoria convenient.
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Top 5 airlines serving from Calgary to British Columbia

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China AirlinesOverall score based on 873 reviews
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The flight who provided services on my row had some not-nice attitude and not smiling at all.

10.0 ExcellentAnonymous, Jun. 2024TPE - LAX
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The flight who provided services on my row had some not-nice attitude and not smiling at all.

My flight to Los Angeles was canceled Had to book another flight and you charged me extra $500 Very bad experience

Comfort was left wanting due to such a long flight, made the wife and I wish we could upgrade the seats to Business class or First Class, but did not have that option. Food was good but had very limited options and I have a dietary restriction which was difficult for the staff to accommodate since everything provided came with cheese on it. (Cheese could potentially kill me) Did not have an option to inform the staff until we were already in the air about the restriction and was not provided another option before flight departed.

Liked that I could pick my seat and have a special meal without an extra charge. Luggage is reasonable for overseas trip. What could have been better is boarding and leaving on time.

They were helpful, considerate with asking us for standby preboarding with our infant, gave us toys and excellent service onboard. They were always on time, even early boarding once! All our luggage arrived intact, and they even brought our baby car seat to oversized for us. We love China Airlines!

Great flight, although I flew out of ONT and that is where my car is, lol

Staff is friendly, great variety of entertainment, check in a little messy but due to people not listening. Overall a pleasant experience. Would use again in the future.

It felt like a new plane. Decent leg room in economy, food was fine, and the plane didn’t feel super dry and uncomfortable.

Better training to have qualified crews and services. My flight was from around 12 midnight Friday Taipei to Vancouver. After two hours first meal (2:00 Am -8:00 ) no crew available for even asking for some water. I was even willing to pay for water. For breakfast after 8 hours the only drink was tea and coffee no water or juice.

Free Wi-Fi could have been better in the Airport.

A group of a family sat behind me. I think up to 8 people? Constantly talking and making noises. Stewardess did nothing at all to make them stop. Told the Stewardess and they said they'll handle it but they didn't 🙄. Food sucked too.

Flight was delayed which caused us to miss our connection.

Our seats that I had paid extra for near the front of the aircraft were no longer available on this replacement aircraft. We were told we either had to accept the new replacement seats in row 27 near the back in seats E and B, no longer together, or sit in the very back in row 30 squeezed into E and F seats that do not recline or have trays that provide a flat platform for a refreshment. This is not what I had expected. However, again your flight crew did the best they could given the circumstances.

It was fine. I had a lot of trouble trying to buy a seat. The Westjet website charged me and then didn’t give me my seat. I ended up keeping the seat I was assigned and hope that the charges didn’t go through.. they didn’t. But this problem with the website (trying to purchase a seat at check in) has happened a few times before. But overall the flight was good.

It was okay overall, but it was a 4 hours flight and the only thing we got was snacks, I really expected breakfast.

Terrible! Delayed three times, landed at some corner of airport, walked in bitter cold night, took a bus, bad experience

My wife and I had an uncomfortable experience with your WestJet ticket counter rep at the WestJet Priority Member ticket counter at YYC (Calgary) on May 15, 2024. I not knowing this individual’s exact name, however, in order to easily identify her, she was one (of only two at the time) ticket counter reps at your Priority members ticket counter check-in, upon our arrival around 12:15 p.m. She was a Caucasian woman with blonde hair, and wore spectacles, approximate age being probably somewhere in her 30’s or 40’s. Background: After arriving in to the West Jet terminal in Calgary (YYC), I asked a terminal employee where the West Jet check-in ticket counter was. He told me, “Column 16”. My wife and I continuing to walk through the terminal, we finally arrived at the Column 16 area, i.e. this woman’s ticket counter area, which we discovered later was the Priority Member ticket counter. However, I was simply going by the directions given to me by the previous employee, i.e. “Walk to column 16.” Standing in her line (my wife and I being the only people in her line at the time), I tried to get her attention, and I then gestured to her, motioning to her as if to ask her if I should then possibly leave the waiting line in order to then proceed to walk up to her ticket counter. She never really motioned me to come forward. I sort of had to figure this out on my own, as my wife and I then finally decided to walk forward to her station. From this point on, after I arrived at her ticket counter, never once did she ever look me in the eye. She was always looking at her computer screen, or down at the ground, as she and I occasionally exchanged conversation with one another in order for me to be able to acquire my boarding passes from her. Shortly after she began servicing us, she commented that her work section is for Priority members only. Fair enough. I did not realize this at the time. Wishing to be polite, I then mentioned to her that, if I should, I could then walk over to the regular West Jet check-in ticket counter in order to complete the check-in process. She remained quiet, never responding to this goodwill gesture of mine. She continued to work in order to print out my boarding passes, and then finally handed them to me, never at all the entire time looking at me. I told her, “Thank you.” Never once did she respond. My wife and I then walked away. Even my wife commented to me afterward that this woman absolutely never looked at us. I cannot say that this attendant was outright rude. However, she certainly was not at all warm, congenial, nor friendly. Additionally, … After getting on the plane, we then discovered that she had needlessly assigned us seats in the very last row of the plane, these being the seats adjacent to the restroom back wall, thus, unfortunately not at all reclinable. I think that the row number of this last row of seats was 30. [However, I am not sure.] How strangely awkward that we were assigned these uncomfortable row of seats when in fact the row immediately ahead of us, i.e. I think that was row 29, had two vacancies, which could have otherwise easily seated my wife and me. That is, my wife and I could have easily been assigned these more comfortable seats, which would be reclinable, and then row 30 could have otherwise had instead our two vacancies. After our flight departed, and the fasten seatbelt sign was turned off, my wife and I had hoped to “jump seats”, that is, to leave row 30 and instead sit in row 29 to utilize the reclinable seats. However, another couple apparently had the same idea as us. That is, these other two people, for whatever reason, decided to leave their previously assigned seats, and instead, seat themselves in row 29. Thus, my wife and I were stuck with these miserably cramped row 30 seats for the entire 3.5 hour flight. To reiterate, the WestJet rep we originally encountered, knowledgeable of the plane lay-out as it appeared on her computer screen, could have easily assigned us the more comfortable row 29 seats, instead of the non-reclinable row 30 seats.

Keep better track of bags. Not sure how they got lost. Also not sure why it took two weeks for us to get them back. Had to buy a bunch of necessities because they were packed.

Our trip was booked to be 2 hours after arriving in Calgary but it was changed until the next morning forcing us to stay overnight in Calgary with no compensation

Was the longest flight I have ever taken to Orlando. Not Westjet’s fault necessarily. There was a traffic issue in Orlando. We sat in the airplane for about 2 hrs before leaving Calgary on a 5 hour flight was just a little long to be stuck in the plane. Once we arrived in Orlando we were stuck in traffic on the ground for another 30min. I guess maybe the flight could be delayed so boarding would have been later so we wouldn’t have to have the discomfort of being on the plane so long.

Not worth the premium paid for the first class ticket

Marked by flight delays on all segments of the trip. Food in first class cabin was mediocre and overhead cabin storage was not adequate. Overall, the premium charge for first class cabin was poor and over hyped. This will be our last flight with UA.

Fine. Though no food or entertainment so the survey needs to be updated with those options.

Backpack should NOT allowed put in the flight bin , only put it under the seat. I can't find space put my carry on luggage!!! and I pay for it ! that was very bad experience

Standard flight experience, but there is only power at the seat to row 20 on the aircraft, on my initial check in it did not say that was the case

We enjoyed that we boarded and took off on time. We didn’t like that our connection flight was a twenty minute walk through the airport with only one hour in between flights.

I feel like they have upgraded the app since I last flew United and I found it to be super helpful. I had stopped flying United unless absolutely necessary and my experience on this trip indicates they have been working hard to improve their services.

It was good! Appreciated that it was very on schedule so it made the connecting flight less stressful

The ride was good but no food ot entertainment hence, it was just over an hour flight.

Two flights,both poor. No entertainment. Cramped and uncomfortable seats, little space, the rest was OK. Staff were acceptable good.

Flight attendants should learn something about customer service. About how to deal with people Very disappointed This only happens only in Air Canada

Poor ! Couldn’t cancel months ahead because no credit or refund was permitted !! But they still kept contacting us about check in for all flights in spite of our canceling this trip months ago . So disappointed on all fronts with this airline!!

First lag from Toronto to Vancouver. Cold as hell and there is no blanket to provide. Terrible crew and bad attitude

First flight was delayed and then they moved up departure time for flight - not ideal. made it but sprinted the entire time and messed up my ankle

6 hours late on departure from Vancouver due to crew schedules! Unacceptable

Flights delayed over 4 hours with no compensation. No agents at counters to assist with re-booking.

The flight was actually good the staff was all friendly, but I have to give it a bad rating because my luggage was damaged and I was not able to claim that it was damaged. I only realized it once I got to my hotel and when I tried to contact Air Canada it was almost impossible. The number give to make claims is only for US & Canada yet I was in Seoul, when I tried contacting the number for Seoul I was once again told to call the other number or to return to the airport (which was not possible at the moment). So very disappointed that there was no way to claim my damaged bag and now I have to try to get a new bag while on vacation.

Mess up with not assigning my husband a seat when our two tickets were purchased at the same time. They put us on standby. We were almost bumped off the plane at the gate before departure. Luckily someone volunteered to get a later flight.

The flight itself was ok the staff was great and so was the inflight food. The biggest problem was that my luggage was damaged (the zipper pull from both sides of the zipper where completely ripped out) and I didn’t notice at the airport but at the hotel and when I tried to make a claim it was not possible for me because I have to either call (which is difficult because I’m in another country) I tried to call every nombre given to me but the one that I need I was never able to contact and going back to the airport was not an option. So it’s basically impossible to make a claim if you are abroad. Very disappointed that there are no other ways to claim a damaged bag and now I need to buy a new luggage while on my trip.

The last minute change of planes, then putting us right beside the bathroom was a poor choice.

full flight, could use more room....leg room fine seats tight

Tiny, cramped seats with minimum leg room and hard armrests. Basic needs like a seat and luggage came with an additional charge. Budget airline amenities with premium airlune cost. I won't use this airline again.

Seats were terribly uncomfortable! Couldn’t sleep! I paid for good seats when scheduled with Lufthansa, got crappy mid-section seats on Air Canada!

Cancelled flight, that morning! But got us on an Air Canada flight!

The seats are much too narrow and the arm rests are hard and awkwardly high, resulting in shoulder cramps. I am an average sized person ( definitely not overweight). The seats are a similar size to car seats with the added discomfort of incorporating hard plastic arm rests, that force average height individuals (I'm 5 ft 7 (f)) to hold their arms uncomfortably for several hours. The seats are much too close to the ones in front and behind making it extremely difficult to allow fellow passengers to get out, especially when the seat in front is declined. The leg room also necessitates knees banging into passengers backs for the entire flight. This used to be a quality airline who now offer mediocre service for premium cost, coupled with charging exorbitant prices for basic needs, like a seat, or luggage. Blatant and unabashed gouging of clients.

Efficient boarding. Good flight but seats were quite uncomfortable considering we'd already been sitting on two flights, total 13 hours or so. Would have liked to have prices on the menu of amenities on the plane. We could have used more water. Restrooms and nonalcoholic beverages at no extra cost, not much else. I realize these were discount tickets, and the airline has to break even, so I can't say we were expecting amenities to be plentiful. Still, it's nice with long flights to discover a few. Very pleasant crew though.

Loved the food (vegetarian in our case). Super pleasant. We're in our 60s/70s and not speedy anymore but I never felt rushed. Entertainment choices very current, personalized, and fun. Asked to change seats with a man who had paid for his seats as well but something had occurred in process so he was two rows away from his small daughter. Staff was very efficient at mediating the exchange and gave us a beautiful little travel pack as a gift to agree to it. The seats were comfortable but reclined a bit much for my comfort. I'm glad I'm not claustrophobic as the person in front of me reclined to the max and I felt very enclosed. Very efficient crew simultaneously as super pleasant.

boarding needs to be streamlined load the back of the plane first

Try to humanize onboarding and take AI out. It's embarrassing and useless

Overall great flight experience- on time, lots of food and movies.

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