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FAQs - booking North Vancouver flights

  • How long is the flight to North Vancouver?

    Flights from Edmonton1h 40m
    Flights from Montreal5h 12m
    Flights from Toronto4h 53m
    Flights from Winnipeg2h 56m
    Flights from Calgary1h 31m
  • What is the cheapest flight to Vancouver?

    Based on KAYAK searches from the last 72 hours, if you fly from Calgary, you should have a good chance of getting the best deal to Vancouver as it was the cheapest place to fly from. Prices were found for as low as C$ 59 one-way and C$ 133 for a round-trip flight. Also in the last 72 hours, the most popular connection to Vancouver was from Toronto and the lowest price for a round-trip flight was C$ 170.

  • Which airlines fly to Vancouver?

    If you’re traveling from Canada, you might fly to Vancouver with Air Canada, WestJet, or Pacific Coastal as they are the most frequent flyers. See the amount of flights per week for popular airlines flying to Vancouver.

  • How to fly to North Vancouver?

    You cannot fly directly to North Vancouver. KAYAK recommends you fly to Vancouver Intl (YVR) (15.67 km from North Vancouver). From there you can rent a car or get a taxi.

  • What airports are near North Vancouver?

    The closest airport is Vancouver Intl (YVR) (15.67 km). Other nearby airports are Village Bay Miners Bay (YAV) (52.71 km), Galiano Island Montagne Harbor (YMF) (52.73 km) or Saturna Island Lyall Harbour (YAJ) (58.16 km). KAYAK recommends you fly to Vancouver Intl.

  • How far is Vancouver Intl Airport from central Vancouver?

    The distance between Vancouver Intl Airport and downtown Vancouver is 11 km.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights to North Vancouver?

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    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 North Vancouver with an airline and back with another airline.

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    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 North Vancouver 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 North Vancouver

  • There is no major airport in North Vancouver. It is instead served by Vancouver Intl Airport.
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Top 5 airlines flying to North Vancouver

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Canada to North Vancouver? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to verified KAYAK customer reviews.
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Porter AirlinesOverall score based on 347 reviews
6.8Entertainment
7.6Food
7.7Comfort
8.4Crew
7.9Boarding
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Chaotic boarding, but mostly my issues are with Toronto airport

6.0 GoodArti, Jul. 2024YYZ - YUL
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Chaotic boarding, but mostly my issues are with Toronto airport

Flight delayed by half hour, causing rush to get to connecting flight in Toronto Pearson which doesn’t have good flow for managing immigration check and connections.

Service was amazing, and the plane was comfortable even for this long haul. But they could have more movies selections. But they were still a lot to choose from.

Due to mechanical problems it was delayed causing problems the actual flight. Was fune

Wish we had music during take off and landing like the last flight

First time with Porter and I can say this is best airline company in Canada. Great service, free WiFi, free snack and drinks (including beer and wine). Seats were super comfy on the Embraer jet and I appreciated the folding try table too. Staff were excellent both legs of the trip.

Crew is ok. They offered food n drinks. Had difficulty connecting to wifi on board.

Tight transfer in Montreal. (15 min) However, we made it, as did my luggage.

Great. Porter is very efficient, welcoming, and organized. I fly Porter often.

Flight was smooth and comfortable. The crew were exceptional. Amanda, Nichole and Hershel were attentive to our every need. So friendly. My daughter and I were surprised at quality of service. Loved the double row seating. Snacks were delicious. We would definitely fly with Porter again. Flight PD 670 SFO to YYZ Thank you so much for the best flight experience we have had

Did not realize this was a super budget airline - we even had to pay for a carry on!

Travelled with my mother in law and made sure she has wheelchair access. Very efficient travel. There was always someone waiting for her when she got off the plane

Very friendly staff at the check in.crew was excellent in side the plane & service was great 👍

The fight was delayed for 30 minutes. The Dash 8 Q400 was not my favourite plane it was very tight for space. Next time I fly with Westjet I will book a larger plane.

I got home. I won’t fly in a dash8Q400 again. It’s way too small of a plane.

No one explained how the bassinet worked. Quite straightforward, but it's difficult to try to figure out when your holding a 4 month old baby in 1 hand. Multiple times I was struggling to stow / get down and no nearby crew offered helped. When chicken sandwiches were served, no vegetarian alternative was offered. I had booked an infant meal for our 22 month old and she was not served any food / no crew even asked if she was OK or would like anything. When I did inquire the stewardess was nice enough to dig up an extra meal from the back.

Nothing. They are a perfect second hand airline for Southwest Airlines. Very tired planes.

Took 45 minutes to check into the flight as their web page keys crashing and was unbelievably show. First flight was cancelled at 10pm the night before a 6:30amd flight and I got a text saying they'd rescheduled me for *2 days later*. Given the trip was for meetings that didn't work so I spent over an hour and a half on hold and on the phone rescheduling. They tell me to check in online while on the phone. It crashes repeatedly. I can't check in. They say, "that happens, it'll probably be ok". Woke up to find the 2nd flight was delayed due to "lack of crew availability" enough that I'd miss my connection (30 minutes to change terminals, go through security and customs). Another 1.5 hours on hold and taking to support when I hear, "I think I have a solution" just before I get hung up on. Call back, another 45 minutes on hold. Previous agent had left no notes so had to start from scratch. Another hour and 45 on the phone. Only flights they could offer involved a 5 hour layover, get into LAX (not my destination) atfter 10pm, then find one of their agents to geta voucher for a hotel (they won't issue vouchers until you land), get to hotel, get about 4 hours sleep, catch a 6am flight to my destination. I gave up and cancelled. Never got to take my trip but spent well over 4 hours on their website and in the phone trying to sort out non-weather, fully in their control problems.

Flying is no fun anymore. Too little space. Too much carry on baggage slowing down everything.

Flight was delayed which caused us to miss our connection.

Boarding was late, but we still made it earlier than scheduled. I still can't understand how a national carrier doesn't offer food or snacks on flights and charge you for them. It's a national carrier of Canada, not some low-cost airline; this shouldn't happen. Friendly crew.

My flight from Montreal to Vancouver was fine, but on the flight from Vancouver to Seattle, the attendants forced me and my friend to check our small carry-on bags at the gate when others were able to carry on much larger bags. Then, when we arrived in Seattle, our bags didn't end up in baggage claim for over an hour and a half. The Air Canada baggage office was closed and locked, so eventually, after checking all the baggage claim carousels, we went to the Air Canada ticketing office...where they told us bags were just being dropped now. The almost-two-hour delay was absolutely unacceptable.

It was pretty good, although it was a little late in departing.

The crew were on the job, most of the time. No grumpies in the bunch. Boarding is by group nimber - it works but they won't acknowledge Star Alliance status so we found ourselves at the end of the boarding line and possibly challenged for overhead space, but it worked out OK. Food was mediocre, but we go to restaurants for good food, right? It was OK

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

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.

It’s a shameful company. It ask as to go to counter to take the boarding pass, they simply send it by email, just to check the bags’ size in a smaller than normal template. DONT USE FLAIR! It will be more expensive than normal airlines at the end.

flight was okay, no wifi, no free drinks but worst of all they lost my son's bike for four days. Customer service was nonexistent - call a number that leaves you on perpetual hold, there's no baggage folks in the baggage claims area (in vancouver). we went up to international and nobody was at ticketing, went to domestic and they had us fill out a form. they could not tell us where the bag was. Anyway, highly recommend you drop an airtag for anything that's worth more than $500. My son's bike costs a lot more than that to replace; I was on pins and needles for four days.

The crew of this flight, specially the flight attendant in the front were the sweetest I’ve had in all my life, I genuinely hope they get a race or sum cuz of their efforts. It was just quite unsettling that the flight took so long to departure. It was supposed to leave at 10:35pm and we ended up taking off at 11:22pm…👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻

It’s bare bones but was on time so can’t complain.

Of all the countries I've flown to and airlines from around the world, I have never had such a dismissive an arrogant employee during boarding. After waiting in line for 20 minutes to board, I was sent to a second line for Passport verification. Natalie from Flair, repeatedly tried to scan my passport which didn't work for some reason but was too lazy to input my information manually. Bar code scanners aren't 100% reliable as we all know. She asked me my birthdate 3 times, made me wait to be the last person aboard and then smugly threatened me that my only bag could be charged for (same backpack I used as on my arrival as carry on). Natalie working in Ft. Lauderdale and the was the epitome of lobotomized tiktok brain with the charm of junk mail.

Food selection is very poor and sears are very uncomfortable.

Flight was 3 hrs late and another 2 hrs wait for baggage to arrive on carousel and a $7.00 food voucher that arrived as we were boarding our flight.

Seat rows so close together no one dares to put their seats back. Knees pressed against the seat in front, had to find a position putting my legs under the seat in front. But for 6 hours keeping that one position was ridiculous. All savings on the purchase price are taken back through charge backs for luggage $200 each way, Seat selection $44 per seat or you are seated by a computer randomly. Wife sat 5 rows away. Would avoid Flair in the future

The flight was safe (priority). Everything else is low-cost: too hard, delays, mediocre boarding, cost for carry-on and checked luggage.

Flair flight was 4 hours late due to not having a crew and the plane was filthy. Just water service Terrible experience flight 1513

The flight was canceled. We only found out at the airport. We had to book another flight which cost us more then the whole trip booked through Kayak. Lynx took our email and was supposed to write us with an alternate flight. We never received an email. They talked about reimbursement which was to be explained in the email (which we never received).

The online system for Lynx air to pay for additional baggage is not satisfactory. I was charged 100+$ for my suitcase when I tried to explain that the online payment was not functional using the app and showed screenshots of the same. In the end I gave up and paid and went ahead.

No snacks, just water.... could have been better. The actual flight was good.

Flight delayed by 4 hours but no communication. With passengers until after the posted departure time became apparent the flight was not going to board even close to on time.

Flight was sent canceled. The absolute most useless staff I have ever witnessed. Utterly careless - literally could not care less. 100% never using this airline again.

Poor communication at the check in counter and boarding gates.

Other then the screaming baby the flight was fine, nothing special

Check in experience was smooth, and the flight attendants were courteous and friendly. Very positive experience overall, thank you all!

Flight arrived late but other than that everything else okay

Great price for a new plane. Only offered water which we knew.

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