Great news, travellers. North America’s only non-stop route to Bangkok has officially resumed its seasonal service from Vancouver, with flights taking off this fall.

Due to increased popularity and the success of this route since 2022, Air Canada and the Tourism Authority of Thailand have moved up its start date this year. Passengers can hop onboard from October 27th to the end of November, with three flights per week between then.

Starting in December and continuing through March 2025, Air Canada will offer five weekly flights, catering to a growing demand for travel between the two cities.

“We are delighted to see Air Canada’s commitment to enhancing connectivity between Canada and Thailand,” says Director Chompu Marusachot of TAT New York Office. “Together, we aim to create unforgettable journeys for Canadian travellers while contributing to the development of Thailand’s tourism industry.”

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The airline will operate the route using a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner with 298 seats. This includes 30 in Air Canada Signature, 21 in Premium Economy, and 247 in Economy.

So whether you’re looking for more travel options for work or play – Thailand has so much to offer its visitors, from its delicious cuisine to outdoor adventures, to exciting annual festivals.

Currently, round-trip flights from Vancouver to Bangkok range between $1,320 to $2,485, depending on when you travel.

Looking to catch another direct flight to Southeast Asia? The airline’s service from Vancouver to Singapore was recently launched!

Happy travels, Vancouver.