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When flying from Montreal to Vancouver, you will emit approximately 1456 kg of CO2. To fly sustainably on this route, we recommend flying with Flair Airlines, Air Canada, or WestJet. These three airlines operate one-stop and nonstop flights to Vancouver from Montreal that give about 33%, 33%, and 31% fewer emissions than their competitors who operate flights from Montreal to Vancouver. If you want to fly more sustainably on this route, prioritize the nonstop flights over the flights with stops en route.
Most major airlines offer direct flights to Vancouver from Montreal. If you’re looking to fly more affordably on this route, flights with one or two stops en route would be ideal. Passengers flying with Flair Airlines or Lynx Air will have stops at either Toronto Kitchener – Waterloo (YKF) or Edmonton (YEG). Another common stopover option for these flights is at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) from which you’ll have an airport change to YKF before proceeding to Vancouver.
It’s easy to find direct flights from Montreal (YUL) to Vancouver (YVR), as several direct flights are scheduled. The primary airlines that offer direct flights on this route are WestJet, Air Canada and Air Transat, as well as the low-cost carrier, Flair Airlines.
For flights to Vancouver, select Air Canada passengers have access to the Maple Leaf Lounge in the domestic flights area, near Gate 03. This lounge has complimentary snacks and beverages, a cell-free quiet zone, free Wi-Fi, and a business center with workstations, copiers and faxes.
Covered parking is available in the Multi-Level lot near the terminal for about C$ 31 per day. There are also four uncovered lots (EconoPark lots P5, P8 and P9 and the AeroParc lot) that are farther from the terminal, which are served by a free, 24/7 shuttle bus. Rates for these lots range between about C$ 23 to C$ 26 per day, and weekly rates are available. For an additional fee, passengers can take advantage of the valet parking services available at the terminal and in the AeroParc lot.
Using the Canada Line, which is the TransLink rapid transit railway, it only takes about 30min to reach downtown Vancouver. Tickets generally cost less than C$ 10. The train station is located on Level 3 of the Main Terminal between the Domestic and International Terminals (baggage claim is on Level 2).
Direct flights take on average 5h 30m to travel the 5,921 km between Montreal and Vancouver.
In normal times, a total of 466 direct flights connect Montreal to Vancouver weekly. On average, there are 66 departures per day.
In the last 72 hours, the cheapest one-way ticket from Montreal to Vancouver found on KAYAK was with Flair Airlines for C$ 63. Flair Airlines proposed a round-trip connection from C$ 124 and Lynx Air from C$ 148.
For Montreal to Vancouver, Friday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Wednesday is the most expensive. Flying from Vancouver back to Montreal, the best deals are generally found on Friday, with Saturday being the most expensive.
When flying out of Montreal you will be using Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl. You will be landing at Vancouver, also known as Vancouver Intl.
The earliest flight leaves Montreal at 7:30 am and lands in Vancouver at 10:05 am.
The last flight leaves Montreal at 10:50 pm and lands in Vancouver at 1:29 am.
All the following airlines operate direct flights between Montreal and Vancouver: Air Canada, Air China, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Flair Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS, ANA, Air New Zealand, Austrian Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Porter Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines, TAP AIR PORTUGAL, Air Transat, Virgin Australia, and Lynx Air.
Only Air Canada offers inflight Wi-Fi service on the Montreal to Vancouver flight route.
The Boeing 737 MAX 8 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Montreal to Vancouver flight route.
Star Alliance, and oneworld are the airline alliances operating flights between Montreal and Vancouver, with Star Alliance being the most commonly used for this route.
There are direct flights from Montreal to Vancouver on a daily basis.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Montreal to Vancouver are Porter Airlines and WestJet. With an average price for the route of C$ 317 and an overall rating of 7.7, Porter Airlines is the most popular choice. WestJet is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of C$ 429 and an overall rating of 7.7.
Air Canada, Air New Zealand and Austrian Airlines have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl to Vancouver Intl. Confirm policies on booking site.
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 Vancouver.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Vancouver from Montreal is likely to change within 7 days, so travellers know whether to wait or book now.
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 Vancouver with an airline and back to Montreal with another airline.
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 Vancouver from Montreal up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
They canceled my original flight hours before it was schedule to leave. Had to line up to get rescheduled and then they kept changing gate and finally left hour late on the rescheduled flight. No headphones were offered for 5-1/2 hour flight.
Not a lot of room for preboarding - a lot of people were crammed into a small space. Difficult reaching the line for business class when boarding.
Faster boarding times . Gate agents didn’t seem to allow time for extra Carrie on bags. Delayed 1 hour for this. Recurring problem should should be though of long time ago
Process was very smooth at checking in, boarding on/off.
Bare minimum flight, no snacks, one trip through the cabin with the drink cart, pretty stingy with the drinks. Leg room was adequate. Plane was packed!
Long wait for baggage check in with only one on site attendant.
The worst airlines I have seen in my life they don’t respect anyone they don’t care about anyone they lost our luggage and no one is responding. We waited for five hours to get our luggage back.🤬🤬🤬👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Great staff. Cramped seating for someone 5 feet, 2 inches and average weight. So if you're tall or heavy -- good luck. Even if you wait until the 24 hour checkin time, you still charge for seating. Really? So either it is a less-than-pleasant experience or pay the price of a "big name" airline. And if I'm going to pay their prices, why would I fly in your cramped seat? So, in the end, you want to give less comfort for the same prices as Air Canada. Go figure.
The airplane smokes and they think it's normal.... this is sign of deterioration
Flair aircraft smokes before takeoff... and this seem normal to air hostess..... smoking aircraft is not a good sign of safety
Flair’s customer service isn’t helpful at all and their refund is a scam
Everything was great. Got out 5 minutes early and had a nap on the overnight flight.
Wifi was down on this flight but I had a movie downloaded.
Horrific airline. This trip didn't even happen!! We got to the airport and were told at check-in that our tickets were canceled WITHOUT NOTICE! I begged the agents for more info and was told we were blacklisted for using a fraudulent credit card. The card was debit and the funds were already taken out! The desk agents all left, and we were left with zero solution. We had to book another flight with a different airline which cost us $2300 in addition to the $550 Flair already took from us. I have been on the line for 30 minutes to speak to an agent. Does not look promising. AVOID FLAIR AT ALL COSTS.
They make you pay for everything:- hand carriage, seat, check-in and don't even offer you a cup of water! It turnout much more expensive than AC !
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.