If you’re looking for cheap flights to take from Vancouver this fall (and beyond), Flair Airlines certainly has some great deals right now. And as long as legroom and check-in baggage isn’t an issue, then you could easily save and travel this season.
Without further ado, here are 8 Canadian cities you can fly to from Vancouver for under $70 one-way.
From one expensive city to another, just under $70 for a one-way ticket is not too shabby. That means more spending money for all the great eats & drinks in TO, plus a little extra for their iconic Distillery Winter Village, which just so happens to open for the season on Thursday, November 17th.
If you’re up for some snowy weather and have the ultimate winter gear to prove it, a trip to Calgary in the new year sounds like a great getaway from all the rain. And if you’re into winter sports & down for a day trip – this ski resort was named the best in Canada. Save on the flight & spend more time on the slopes!
Similar to Calgary, Edmonton is a great spot for a taste of small-town Canada – if you’re a fan of extreme snow, that is. Luckily, ticket prices remain pretty consistent at $49 each way from October through February.
This deal comes a bit later, but $59 for a one-way flight to Montreal is an absolute steal. And springtime in the city is one of the most beautiful times of year – sans tourists and (hopefully) with the last of the winter snow melting away.
Also priced at $59 each way are select flight tickets from Vancouver to our nation’s capital in May, which is a great time to visit if you’re a fan of mild, sunny weather.
The southeastern Ontario region known for its small-town charm offers visitors a relaxing environment to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. For just $59 one-way, you can definitely eat your way through the region’s food scene, and have plenty of spending room at the world-class performing arts theatre.
If you’re into travelling to historic sites, Winnipeg is a great destination to learn more about Canada’s history. Whether it’s an award-winning Journey to Churchill exhibit at the zoo, or an adventure through the largest snow maze in the world – we’re sure visitors will find something in the area that calls their name.
And now, for the cheapest flight ticket of all: Vancouver to Kelowna on Wednesday, November 30th and for select dates following that in December. If that just so happens to align with your getaway plans, you really can’t beat that price.
And that’s a wrap on cheap flights for now, Vancouver. We hope you’re able to snag some deals and make the most of the next couple of months.