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C$ 95 Find cheap flights from Montreal to British Columbia

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Kelowna
Kelowna1 stopC$ 257
Victoria
Victoria1 stopC$ 606
Prince George
Prince George2 stopsC$ 519
Kamloops
Kamloops2 stopsC$ 467
Comox
Comox2 stopsC$ 471
Cranbrook
Cranbrook1 stopC$ 381
Terrace
Terrace1 stopC$ 615
Penticton
Penticton1 stopC$ 405
Castlegar
Castlegar1 stopC$ 1,048

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November

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July

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Best time to beat the crowds (28% less expensive on average)
Most popular time to fly (9% more expensive on average)
Flight from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl to Calgary

FAQs - booking British Columbia flights

  • Are there any nonstop flights from Montreal to British Columbia?

    Yes, travelers can fly directly from Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) to Vancouver International Airport (YVR) with Air Canada and WestJet, the main providers for this route. These airlines offer a range of services, with Air Canada presenting several flights daily and WestJet providing a cost-effective alternative. Flight time averages between 5 to 6 hours, but schedules may fluctuate seasonally. Passengers should regularly check the latest airline schedules and stay informed about any travel advisories or health safety guidelines that might impact their plans.

  • Do I need a visa to fly from Montreal to British Columbia?

    For travel within Canada, you do not need a visa or a passport if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. However, you will need to present some form of government-issued photo ID at the airport, such as a driver's license, to board your flight.

  • What are some common layovers on the route from Montreal to British Columbia?

    If you are not on a direct flight, common layover points could include Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) or Calgary International Airport (YYC). The specific layover locations will depend on the airline and the destination airport in British Columbia.

  • What airport in British Columbia is closest to Whistler?

    The closest major airport to Whistler is Vancouver International Airport (YVR). From the airport, Whistler is approximately a 1h 30min to 2-hour drive along the Sea-to-Sky Highway (Highway 99), one of the most scenic routes in Canada. Shuttle services, private transfers, and car rentals are readily available at the airport to help you complete your journey to Whistler.

  • How does KAYAK find such low prices on flights from Montreal 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 Montreal to British Columbia.

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

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

  • What is the Hacker Fare option on flights from Montreal 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 Montreal with another airline.

  • What is KAYAK's "flexible dates" feature and why should I care when looking for a flight from Montreal 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 Montreal 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 Montreal to the following destinations at these prices or less: Vancouver C$ 267 one-way - C$ 461 round-trip; Calgary C$ 244 one-way - C$ 378 round-trip
  • Morning departure is around 17% more expensive than an evening flight, on average*.
  • For those traveling from Montreal to British Columbia, the most efficient route is to fly directly into Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Both Air Canada and WestJet provide non-stop services from Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) to Vancouver, offering a range of flight times to accommodate your schedule.
  • Considering the long flight time between Montreal and Vancouver, you might want to think about your onboard comfort. Air Canada's Premium Economy and WestJet's Premium fares offer more legroom and enhanced service, which can make the cross-country journey more pleasant.
  • If you're looking to explore beyond Vancouver, internal flights can take you to other beautiful locations in British Columbia such as Victoria, Kelowna, or even the rugged terrains of the Canadian Rockies. Utilizing Vancouver as your travel hub allows for easier connections to these destinations, with frequent regional services offered by Air Canada and WestJet.
  • Economy fares on Air Canada are the most budget-friendly options for travelers flying from Montreal to British Columbia. However, it’s important to consider the trade-offs associated with these lower fare classes, such as limited luggage allowance or non-refundable tickets, which are standard for economy deals on carriers like Air Canada.
  • Your departure from Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) will be the start of your Canadian cross-country adventure to Newfoundland and Labrador. YUL is well-equipped with amenities that cater to travelers' needs, including comfortable lounges, such as the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, where you can relax and enjoy refreshments, Wi-Fi, and other conveniences before your flight. This added luxury can make your waiting time more pleasant and provide a serene start to your journey.
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*Average of the lowest prices shown in KAYAK’s search results for departures within the next 30 days

Top 5 airlines serving from Montreal to British Columbia

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Montreal to British Columbia? 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.
7.7
Air TransatOverall score based on 414 reviews
7.0Entertainment
8.4Crew
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My new suitcase got busted when I arrived at Toronto , two of the wheels are broken and can no longer be used , I am very disappointed over this situation but the flight and service was awesome .

10.0 ExcellentAnonymous, Jun. 2024ATH - YYZ
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My new suitcase got busted when I arrived at Toronto , two of the wheels are broken and can no longer be used , I am very disappointed over this situation but the flight and service was awesome .

From what I saw there was no entertainment. Similar to my flight to London, I personally would like the attendants to be more interactive during the flight.

Air Transat left my luggage back in Montreal and it took them 5 DAYS to get it to Venice. Luckily I was still in town, or else their option was to send my luggage back to my house in CANADA. What a joke! Oh, and I had to find a way to go get it at the airport in Venice, they needed 72 hours more to get it to where I was staying.

I was pleasantly surprised. I booked the "club class" which was basically like Domestic First Class. The service was superior. Food was pretty good. Seats and cabin were comfortable. For the price I paid, I was very pleased.

Super unproffesional flight . Flight attendants were unproffesional. I could hear them gossiping about theor boyfriends the whole trip

The connecting flight lay over was 4.00 hours, the gate agent booked me on the next flight which was about to depart at no extra cost.

The ticket price was reasonable, food was okay, not the best. I would use the service again.

Actually the flight was on time. New plane, food was okay but not great.

Old plane, hard seats, 1.30 hours delay, while seating on the plane waiting for departure.

Great boarding. Everything was on time. Plane was a bit old and the crew could have provided better drink service.

Delayed flight… caused the missing of my connecting flight in Zurich. Had to wait 10 hours in airport for new flight which was also delayed by 1 hour. No apologies and minimal compensation.

Really crammed in economy. Didn’t end up getting the seats we were hoping for. Didn’t eat any food so can’t comment on that.

It was great! Friendly crew. Good food and service. Great snacks. But one of our luggage did not come to Chicago. Stood at carrousel until the end waiting for our bag and it wasn’t there. Then we had to rush very fast to catch our connecting flight to Cleveland and almost missed it

Everything was fine except for very old audio video equipment. I couldn’t use my own headphones because there’s two-port audio plug and the headphones provided are useless. The displays are really old as well. Definitely need to be updated.

No fault of the crew, but the the rear lavatories were closed the entire flight. The front lavatories were blocked off for the first part of the flight by the food cart. Then some minor turbulence occurred so the fasten seatbelt sign came on for the second part of the flight. Heroic containment engaged! It was not fun.

Delayed two times Parked far Bad communication All connections list

Thank you for waiting for us after our first flight was delayed

Plane was late so luggage never made it to connecting flight. I’ve been home 2 days and still do not have my luggage.

Wonderful experience! The crew was outstanding and amazing from check in to gate to flight crew! Amazing. Thank you!

The pilot was wonderful and enthusiastic and introduced himself over the intercom. We all felt in good hands. Crew were all super friendly and especially the young , gentleman crew member. Everything Swiss airlines represents. Hospitality, friendly and professional. Thank you. Truly a memorable short flight.

Everything got delayed we were supposed to land at 1pm and landes at 8-9 pm … was horrible

Calgary desperately needs a star alliance lounge in the transborder area for United.

Brutal as can be … delayed by 24 hours then delayed and hour on the tarmac then delayed three hours in Chicago, screaming child behind me kicking the seat for the better part of 10 hours… couldn’t be worse

My flight was delayed by a whole day, so I lost a day of my vacation.

The check-in and passport submission was complicated and repetitive, due to the poor communication between Air Canada and United. There should have been a single set of instructions and a single questionnaire that provided the data for both airlines.

Both flights were late by about 30 minutes .. Other than that, everything was ok..

-The cabin was ice cold - When we arrived in Houston there was no gate available -We had to wait 90 minutes for our luggage to arrive.. In the future I will avoid flying with Air Canada at at costs

How would you rate my experience when I was stuck in YOW without being offered a cup of water by the airline?

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.

I didn't actually get to take this flight. It was canceled and the automated system rerouted my party of four (including a minor and a person in a wheelchair) to three different airports. Since we had a three hour drive from Newark this was clearly unacceptable. For all of us to end up in Newark would have required waiting at least one day, probably longer.

We paid $110 for more leg room. My traveling companion’s knees were right up against the seat in front. Where was more leg room. We feel ripped off. Food,,,there wasn’t any not even a bag of pretzels. As a result, there was very little service.

The entreteiner was really old,no food for 6 hours fly

One of the flight attendants was very attentive to a couple traveling with a child under 1 one year old.

We were delayed. Only got 1 snack. Seats were comfortable in preferred seating.

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.

What a bad service not nice staff The luggages was lost (hopefully not stolen) when talked to person at Calgary airport he said Ahhhhh don’t worry it happen all the times I have been told Air Canada is not a good airline now am sure it is very bad

The flight was alright but the most annoying thing was my baggage was “misplaced”. Taken forever to get an idea when it would be located. Baggage claims personnel is some call center in India. Good luck trying to decipher what they tell you. 3 different people told me 3 different answers from wait a bit longer but had already waited 45 mins. Another response was the baggage didn’t make it to the connection. (This was true). Another response was “we will deliver it to you”. Ended up picking it up. Very frustrating experience!

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

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!!

Crew had connection details for only 2 other flights and gave less than empathetic guidance.

Boarding was haphazard after people with small children or walking difficulties

The main issue was every single flight and connection was delayed. That made for a very stressful run through Frankfurt airport both ways. Other than that it was much better than other cheap flights, but basic. The cabin staff were great.

Plane was bit old and sits were cramped. But flights crews did an amazing job to take care of us. I would consider Lufthansa again just for them.

Due to flights being delayed, we missed our connecting flights and we were flown to a different airlines and we end up losing our luggage's.

The boarding process is not well organized at all. It need to be totally revised with an emphasis on order.

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!

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