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If you're travelling to Calgary with a baby, you can comfortably breastfeed him/her at YVR since the airport has a nursing room equipped with comfy benches, a deep sink, and a changing area, on Level 3 of the US Terminal. On the other hand, if you're travelling with a grown child, you can let him/her have fun at one of the airport's children's play areas. In the Domestic Terminal, one is near Gate C46, and another is on Level 3. In the International Terminal, there's one near Gate D4.
If you want to travel from YYC to your preferred Calgary destination via public transport, you can do so aboard a Calgary Transit bus or a taxi. To board a bus at the Domestic Terminal, leave Door 7 on the Arrivals Level, cross the roadway, and walk towards Pillar 7. Here, you will find ticket vending machines that accept cash, credit, and debit cards. To board a taxi, head to the airport’s taxi stand, located on the Arrivals Level. The stand is outside of Doors 3, 9, and 15.
The Delta Hotels by Marriott is a casual hotel that is directly across the street from Calgary International Airport and a 3-minute drive from the busy Route 2. The Hampton Inn by Hilton is a modern choice that is a 5-minute drive from the airport and a 12-minute drive from the CrossIron Mills shopping center.
If you would like to travel from Calgary International Airport to downtown Calgary as quickly as possible, consider either renting a car or grabbing a taxi, as the drive takes only 20 to 25 minutes depending on traffic at the time. If you would prefer a more affordable option use public transportation, such as the local bus system, which will take 35-40 minutes.
There are currently three designated animal relief zones that are located outside of the arrivals terminal near doors 1, 9, and 17 of Calgary International Airport. Each of these areas provide complimentary waste disposal bags for pet owners and are periodically cleaned by airport staff.
Calgary International Airport has an interfaith chapel that is located in the main terminal and is open 24 hours a day. It is available for all travelers, no matter their religious affiliation, and there are religious texts that can be used for private prayer.
A direct flight to Calgary will take on average 1h 23m to travel the 1,104 km flying distance from Vancouver.
There are 1,689 (direct) flights between Vancouver and Calgary per week, averaging 241 per day.
The best deals for a one-way ticket found by KAYAK users over the last 3 days were on Lynx Air (C$ 31) and Flair Airlines (C$ 33). The cheapest round-trip tickets were found on Lynx Air (C$ 65) and Flair Airlines (C$ 75).
WestJet (38 flights per day), Delta (37 flights per day), and Air Canada (30 flights per day) are the most frequent flyers of this route.
For Vancouver to Calgary, Wednesday is the cheapest day to fly on average and Saturday is the most expensive. Flying from Calgary back to Vancouver, the best deals are generally found on Wednesday, with Friday being the most expensive.
The earliest flight leaves Vancouver at 6:00 am and lands in Calgary at 8:25 am.
The last flight leaves Vancouver at 11:05 pm and lands in Calgary at 1:33 am.
All the following airlines operate direct flights between Vancouver and Calgary: Air Canada, Air France, Aeromexico, EVA Air, Air China, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Flair Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, KLM, LATAM Airlines, Lufthansa, XiamenAir, ANA, Air New Zealand, Philippine Airlines, Qantas Airways, Virgin Australia, Virgin Atlantic, WestJet, and Lynx Air.
Air Canada, and Lufthansa offer inflight Wi-Fi service on the Vancouver to Calgary flight route.
The Boeing 737 MAX 8 is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the Vancouver to Calgary flight route.
Star Alliance, SkyTeam, and oneworld are the airline alliances operating flights between Vancouver and Calgary, with SkyTeam being the most commonly used for this route.
There are direct flights from Vancouver to Calgary on a daily basis.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from Vancouver to Calgary are WestJet and Air Canada. With an average price for the route of C$ 201 and an overall rating of 7.7, WestJet is the most popular choice. Air Canada is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of C$ 226 and an overall rating of 7.0.
WestJet, Air Canada and Delta have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from Vancouver Intl to Calgary. 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 Vancouver to Calgary.
KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to Calgary from Vancouver 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 Calgary with an airline and back to Vancouver 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 Calgary from Vancouver up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
No soft drinks provided and staff at boarding was very rude. Moreover, the flight was one hour delayed.
they canceled my flight so i am EXTREMELY UPSET ......................... they gave me a 100% refund but still ........... i will never order a flight from your failed company ever again ........
We were just offered pretzels along with beverages. Biscoff or other cookies would be good as well or to have a choice. Crew seemed a big green but better training and more years of experience should fix that.
Boarding was the usual inefficient zone 1, zone 2, family’s with children and the disabled, zone ad nauseam. There was no food inspite of the boarding agents telling us part of the delay was for provisioning. It was late and they left us on the tarmac for close to an hour before take off. The one thing that could have made the situation better was them telling us when we were going to take off and then taking off within 15 minutes of that time.
The plane was comfortable and clean. The entertainment system was great. The staff at the check in line and the gate were rude and unhelpful. I bought a basic fare for a 90 minute flight that Air Canada oversold so I was on standby to fly. It’s ridiculous that you pay for a flight and you aren’t assigned a seat unless you pay more. Flyers be aware. I would not book another basic fare on Air Canada. Flair and Lynx treat customers better and provide better service on a very short flight.
Lots of leg room in the front rows. Wish water was free.
I don't like anything. The crew was so bad. Misbehaved badly. The worst flight.
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.
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.