While international travel is easing in and out of Canada, domestic flights seem to be having a moment as well. And as of Monday morning, several Canadian airlines are offering flights from Vancouver to Toronto for $80 and under – all in.

For those who would travel this route occasionally, you’d know this flight is generally around $400 and over. So this is definitely on the cheaper side.

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So who is offering flights this cheap?

First up, the lowest cost to travel to Toronto is through Flair Airlines. While it isn’t immediate flights, Flair Airlines has a $69 one-way flight from Vancouver to Toronto in September. So if you’re a planner, this one is for you. Keep in mind, it is a basic fare and checking in baggage will cost extra.

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Next up is the new airline on the block, Lynx Air. The recently launched Canadian airline is also offering cheaper flights in September, which is technically end of summer. At this time, you’ll be able to find flights at $79.01 one-way to Toronto.

Image via Lynx Air

Perhaps surprisingly, WestJet is also offering cheaper flights to the east coast. And, for earlier than Flair and Lynx. WestJet has $80 (technically $79.93) flights to Toronto starting this June. So if you’re looking to head out sooner than later, these flights are quite a deal.

Image via WestJet

And finally, Swoop has $59 flights, but as you may know, it doesn’t fly directly from Vancouver. Swoop’s cheap flights land in YYZ but depart from Abbotsford. So if you have a ride, or can make your way out of Vancouver to Abbotsford, this is a great low-cost option.

Image via Swoop

So will you be travelling out to Toronto, or heading abroad this year?