Vancouver: €333 From Various Cities in the UK

Vancouver Skyline Canada

In cooperation with its partner airlines KLM and Air France, the British airline Virgin Atlantic is selling tickets for flights from multiple cities in the UK to Vancouver at a very reasonable price. You can purchase your trip for as little as €333/£301.

NCL YVR Virgin Atlantic
Virgin Atlantic airline code but operated by Air France

Unfortunately, this is a Light fare. Consequently, only one piece of carry-on luggage and a personal item are included. You can add checked bags during the booking process for around €100/£90.

Even though Virgin Atlantic is selling the tickets, none of the flights will actually be operated by the airline itself. In most cases, you will fly Air France, sometimes KLM. Therefor your trip will include a layover in Paris or Amsterdam.

Search & Book

According to the fare rules, tickets for this deal will be sold until September 22nd. There are quite some restrictions as to the possible travel periods. Flights are permitted within the following dates:

  • Outbound flight
    • August 20th through October 26th
    • March 28th through April 24th
    • May 22nd through July 3rd, 2020
    • August 18th through October 24th
  • Inbound flight
    • September 8th through October 28th
    • January 1st through January 9th, 2020
    • April 6th through April 24th, 2020
    • May 22nd through July 15th, 2020
    • September 7th through October 26th, 2020

The minimum stay requirement is the night from Saturday to Sunday, and your last flight must commence no later than 12 months after you’ve left the UK. Please be aware of the fact that you will need an eTA to enter Canada.

Use Google Flights (instructions) to find all connections that are available at the promoted price. Let the tool forward you to the carrier’s website or have our Travel Dealz flight search compare prices that OTAs offer.

Tickets will be issued in booking class T (KLM) or E (Air France). As a result you can get an earning rate of around 25% with most SkyTeam frequent flyer programs.

Information & Tips for Vancouver

Vancouver is the largest metropolitan region in western Canada and a comparatively young city that has got a lot to offer! Stanley Park and Coal Harbour attract many visitors every year and Vancouver is also a great starting point if you want to explore the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Best Time to Visit

Vancouver has one of the mildest climates of any major Canadian city. The winters (December to February) are very rainy, snow is – untypical for Canada – rare. The best weather for tourism is from late July to mid October, when the days are comparatively warm and dry.

Climate diagram for Vancouver, British Columbia (Source: WMO World Weather Information Service)

From the Airport to the City Center

The SkyTrain will take you to the city centre in about 25 minutes. A ride costs about 6€ (airport -> city) or 2,60€ (city -> airport). With a taxi you need just about half an hour at prices from 17€ to 20€.

Tip: Take a Seaplane Tour!

In many regions of Canada the seaplane is a common means of transport. Vancouver has its own seaplane terminal right at the Olympic Cauldron in the city centre. A short sightseeing flight (duration 20 minutes, of that approx. 10 minutes in flight) over Vancouver can be had for 95 Canadian dollars (approx. 62€). For 129 CAD (approx. 84€) there are longer flights with 20 minutes of air time which go all the way up to the North Shore Mountains. In addition, daily trips are offered e.g. to Victoria on Vancouver Island or one can also take part in the famous Mail Run. The largest seaplane operator at the Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre (IATA code: CXH) is Harbour Air. In addition, Seair Seaplanes also offers cheap sightseeing- and scheduled flights. Kenmore Air even flies between Vancouver and Seattle.

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