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C$ 302 Find cheap flights from Vancouver to France

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Paris
Paris1 stopC$ 796
Nice
Nice1 stopC$ 822
Lyon
Lyon1 stopC$ 846
Marseille
Marseille2 stopsC$ 877
Toulouse
Toulouse2 stopsC$ 943
Bordeaux
Bordeaux1 stopC$ 989
Nantes
Nantes1 stopC$ 908
Montpellier
Montpellier1 stopC$ 1,233
Biarritz
Biarritz2 stopsC$ 1,105

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Flight from Vancouver to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

FAQs - booking France flights

  • Do I need a visa to fly from Vancouver to France?

    If you fly from Vancouver to France for tourism or business, you do not need a visa. However, you must leave France within 90 days and can only spend up to 90 days visa-less in France within 180 days. Your passport must remain valid for at least three months beyond your departure from France.

  • Can I find a non-stop flight from Vancouver to Bordeaux?

    When you fly to the famous wine region in southwestern France, you will unlikely find a nonstop flight from Vancouver. However, several one-stop flights fly from Vancouver (YVR) to the Bordeaux Mérignac Airport (BOD). KLM and Air France stop in Amsterdam (AMS), and Lufthansa and Air Canada stop in Frankfurt (FRA).

  • What is a good destination in France if I also want to explore Switzerland?

    Vancouver travelers who want to explore France and Switzerland should consider flying into Lyon, France, which is about a two-hour drive from Geneva, Switzerland. You will land at the Lyon – Saint Exupery Airport (LYS). Once in Lyon, you can travel to Geneva most easily by train or rental car.

  • Where can I affordably park my car at the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) when I fly to France?

    Vancouver International Airport (YVR) offers affordable long-term parking in the Value Long-Term Lot. This lot is connected to the terminal by a courtesy train that takes about four minutes and runs approximately every six minutes. The train operates between about 5 am and midnight. You can take a free shuttle from this lot to the terminal outside these hours.

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

    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 France.

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

    KAYAK’s flight Price Forecast tool uses historical data to determine whether the price for a flight to France from Vancouver 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 Vancouver to France?

    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 France with an airline and back to Vancouver with another airline.

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

    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 France from 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 France

  • Looking for a cheap flight? 25% of our users found tickets from Vancouver to the following destinations at these prices or less: Paris C$ 1,184 one-way - C$ 1,184 round-trip
  • Morning departure is around 32% cheaper than an evening flight, on average*.
  • Most flights from Vancouver to France will depart from the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) in the city's southwestern corner. You can also find cheap flights from Vancouver to France that depart from the Abbotsford International Airport (YXX), located about 64 km southeast of downtown Vancouver.
  • Though Paris, France, is served by a few different airports, most flights from Montreal to Paris will land at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). This three-terminal airport is in the northeast corner of Paris's greater metropolitan area and is connected to the city center of Paris by frequent express trains.
  • While it is unlikely that you will be able to find a nonstop flight from Vancouver to Paris, several airlines operate one-stop flights. For instance, Air Canada, Brussels Airlines, and Lufthansa fly from Vancouver (YVR) to Paris (CDG) with a stop in Montreal (YUL). Delta, KLM, and Air France airlines stop in Amsterdam (AMS), and Icelandair stops in Reykjavík (KEF).
  • Vancouver travelers interested in visiting the world-renowned South of France will likely want to fly into Nice and land at the Nice Côte d'Azur Airport (NCE). This airport serves Nice and is a gateway to the elite coastal communities along the French Riviera.
  • Some of the best and most affordable flights from Vancouver (YVR) to the Marseille Provence Airport (MRS) are aboard KLM or Air France. With one stop in Amsterdam (AMS), the cheapest fare for these flights allows passengers to bring one carry-on aboard and get a seat with extra legroom for a fee.
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Top 5 airlines serving from Vancouver to France

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Vancouver to France? 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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Air FranceOverall score based on 1633 reviews
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7.1Food
8.2Crew
7.4Comfort
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They again did not offer any functioning WiFi in the transatlantic crossing.

6.0 GoodAnonymous, Jul. 2024VCE - CDG
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They again did not offer any functioning WiFi in the transatlantic crossing.

The first half from DC to Paris was very good and the staff were very helpful and humble BUT flight from Paris to Mumbai was sad. 1) it was packed. 2) no space on head compartment 3) crews were unresponsive to the calls 4) one crew member literally banged the bottle of water after giving me glass of water. A little water splashed on me and she was unapologetic 5) with so many hours of flight, little leg space should be taken care else don’t fill your airline till brim which affects your crew and they remove anger on us. 6) huge line for washrooms. 7) 2nd half journey was pathetic

My only issue was my meal was inedible except for the sides.

Old cabine without flat bed in business for a 12 hour flight is not acceptable

Generally good. The crew is excellent. The food could be better.

Did not find the wheelchair that supposed to assist and went to a long queue for transit security chk which was very slow and boarding desk wanted to close counter although that they knew that I am minutes away because of their mistake of not providing the wheelchair.

Boarding was smooth and on time. The seat was comfortable and the entertainment worked. Staff were gracious.

Business class in the second leg - CDG-EVN was a disaster.

I have used Air France and KLM many times it will help if they change their menu's feel like it's been the same for years!!!, Especially the breakfast. Overall the flight was good and enjoyable.

No birding was given for next trip on same carrier, food was very moderate.

Horrible. I couldn’t add bags or pick seats through the app or website. I called and they told me to wait until checkin. They changed my itinerary to include an overnight layover. Still couldn’t add bags. When it came time to check in, I couldn’t check in or add bags and the error message in the app said “don’t call us, just do it at the airport “. Woke up the day of the flight and they changed the itinerary again to not include any WestJet flights but didn’t give me the new reservation code so it took me a long time to figure out how to check In on the other airline. And I wasted $200 on a hotel in a city I never went to. And our seats in the new flight weren’t together even though I was traveling with my kid and they could have paired her with either adult. Instead they put the 2 adults together and the kid by herself

Was very busy with people crowding around as we were waiting for all wheelchairs but once out of the immediate area we were able to load onto a vehicle for our next gate

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

Flight was canceled last minute and no re-booking was offered. Had to buy a same day flight from another carrier at double the price. I’ll never fly WestJet again.

Bad flight cancellations no notice until 11:00 pm could not call no response from them would not call back chat was not working had too book another flight ask for my money back so far only 97:00 of the 430:00 is pending in my account not sure what too do next

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.

Don’t actually know how this flight would have been since we missed it.

Our flight was delayed 3.5 hours. Maybe next time make sure its on time as stated. The crew did the best they could, given the circumstances.

Westjet requires you to check in on your cellular. This takes about 5 minutes compared to when there were live humans doing check in. Ultimately the machine meant to spit out boarding passes and baggage tag went into the pinwheel of death. I also got a sternly worded email telling me I was ineligible to check bags, even though I’d checked one. The dude who eventually checked me in barely grunted at me and didn’t give me a baggage check. Had my luggage gone missing, I don’t know how it would have gone. And then there is the chaos as people jammed huge carry ons into small overhead bins. Westjet is a cattle car.

WestJet ran out of dinner meals on a transatlantic flight. Crappy to have a bun and a bit of lettuce for food on a long and not inexpensive flight. Flight staff did not look for options to resolve.

The cabin was first too hot and then too cold. The AC was central, so there was no way to adjust it. The entertainment was really mediocre. But the crew and flight attendants were great.

Great crew, bumpy landings, two-hour wait for baggage with no communication or explanation. Will not fly again!

Staff in flight and at the airport were very helpful. A short time between flights made it stressful to get to the connecting flight and we probably would not have made it without the staff’s help.

The staff was really friendly and was comfortable. I found it disappointing that we were never offered any snacks while on the flight. For such a long flight and the amount we paid for our ticket that was unacceptable. Not sure if I’ll fly Icelandair again.

Very nice flight, easy connections in Keflavík, and friendly crew.

Seats are way too much now with these new airplanes especially long flights like we had. I was 7 month pregnant and in a lot of discomfort due to small seats.

One small complaint: people in economy frequently were coming through the curtain to use the saga lavatory.

So Iceland Air is one step above Spirit Airlines. They do not feed you unless you pay for it or are in Saga Class. So, bring your food. They have a drink service, but it's in a large Dixie cup. Ask for the can, that is the only way you'll get a real drink. Also, we missed our connecting flight so they put us up in a flea-bag motel. Don't get me wrong, the staff was nice and friendly, however, there was no shower gel or shampoo in the hotel. We have to go to the corner store to pick some up. The room was not in great shape. Holes in the bathroom, a badly repaired ceiling in the room. The window was warn out. So, you get the just of how bad it was.

I liked how easy my transfers between flights in Keflavik were. I would have appreciated more food options in Keflavik.

The plane was flaming hot! Could not breathe. Everyone coughing from heat. Awful.

It was fine. Give us free headphones or allow Bluetooth or something, or an app to watch on your phone. Grow up

My luggage was lost and didn't arrive on my flight

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

Overhead bins above seats which have some kind of priority - business or otherwise, should be marked as such. Otherwise, they are filled with bags by passengers who may sit in rows with higher numbers. As a consequence, if I'm sitting in row 4 and need to have my hand luggage in row 12, I need to wait likely for the entire plane to disembark before I can take the carry on.

I Teall staff was great and helpful and communicated needs and special care for my granddaughters and family as well as others. Well done

Comfort seats in economy class. Crew was pleasant. Very surprised we had to pay for ear buds and food. I requested 2 hummus packs and was given 2 bags of almonds, very overpriced.

The scheduled flight was to leave at 11:15pm from Vancouver Airport. We waited 90 minuets in the plane for take-off . They announces an Electrical fault with the aircraft, Air Canada announced the Flight was Cancelled at 12:30am. and we were taken off the plane. We had to wait to collect all our luggage, after that we had to stand in line (for2 and half hours) to be processed back into Canada, (with security checks etc) We stood in ques from 12:30am until 3 am and was only offered 250 ml of water. When we got in front of the que, we were told there is no Hotel accommodation for us. We were handed a new boarding card for a flight at 10:45 am ( we had to report at 7 am) We were told to find somewhere to sleep on the airport floor! It was cold as a blanket was not offered! The time was 3:30 am now and the cleaners had no respect and was driving around with the noisy vacuum cleaners! Trying to sleep under the bright lights and on the hard floor it was very uncomfortable as our (over 60's ) bodies was in pain from the hard floor. At 7 am we were processed again though all the airport security checks, scans etc. The flight to Brisbane took off at 11am ( 12 HOURS LATER ) !! We had to report at 7am to book in with Air Canada again, for a new flight at 10.45am to Brisbane.

Overall, great experience. Check-in and boarding procedure was smooth and orderly, check-in staff were very pleasant and there were no issues with the expected additional payment for check-in baggage (we knew about it beforehand because it was somewhat clearly listed at purchase time). Improvements: unfortunately with drip pricing becoming a more and more common corporate practice, at every step of the process there should be a clear indicator of anything that should cost money in addition to the price of the ticket and is commonly accepted as part of travel (i.e.--check-in baggage and/or food service on a 6 hour+ flight). This price transparency helps customers make informed decision and not feel like they are being ripped off, especially for something like a flight where you cannot easily change plans at the last second. Also, flight attendants seated in the back of the aircraft (rearmost row, 36, I think on that flight from Vancouver to Honolulu) didn't seem to have a dedicated area and were rather chatty with each other the entire flight. Not really a big deal, but I hadn't seen (or heard) that previously, and the flight was fairly quiet overall, except for a crying child or two.

We initially flew from Osaka to Vancouver and ear buds and food were all inclusive. We were surprised that from Vancouver to Toronto we had to pay for all of this - and the flight attendant did not give us what we ordered/paid for. $6 for a bag of almonds is crazy - and I asked for hummus. Very surprised we had to pay for the ear buds in order to watch the movies.

I was offered earphones at the beginning of the flight, my meal and snacks were good and the attendant was proactive with all my needs and offered seconds of drinks. She was very attentive even when there were .any demands on her

Both of my flights on Lufthansa (coming and going) were cancelled. I was rebooted on united airlines, separated from my family/traveling partners. On our flight to luxembourgh we ended up in seats separated by several rows on the long flight, although we PAID to sit together. On the return trip we ended up on 3 completely different flights. When speaking to Lufthansa they didn't even acknowledge the outbound flights were cancelled. We were unable to meet with traveling companions in Chicago as we were flown to Denver. The quality of service, customer service and food between united and Lufthansa cannot be compared. The food on united was not attractive and the taste was similar to school lunch food. Not close to the meals I have had on Lufthansa. Hardly an equal "trade". I was unhappy with my travel experience on this trip.

We bought tickets with Lufthanza from Kayak for flight operated by United..

It never happened. Bumped 2 times then cancelled. 4 cancelled flights after that

Good flight, but left late and food was only okay!

Better when flight announcements are better produced and slowed down a bissele

Great crew. Food was better than average, including hot meals and warm cookies. Flight was smooth and we were kept informed of turbulence.

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!

I’ve never been charged for coffee on an airline before. Very disappointing

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.

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