The pilot's flight 'manners' during turbulent air were most gentle. No cowboy rocking and rolling through the turbulence.
Visit Hollywood North
Vancouver is a great vacation destination for people who do not want to choose between an urban setting and an outdoors one; the city is surrounded by beautiful mountains on one side and lovely beaches on the other. Even in the midst of the city, you will find nature everywhere; Vancouver is filled with parks and hiking trails. Vancouver is fondly known as Hollywood North for being the home of the third largest film production center in North America, and there are plenty of opportunities to learn more about the film and television industry during your stay. If Vancouver sounds like the perfect vacation destination for you, then book your cheap flights to Vancouver on Expedia today.
Transportation in Vancouver
Most flights to Vancouver land at Vancouver Intl. Airport (YVR), which is located on Sea Island in Richmond. It is the second busiest airport in Canada when ranked by passenger traffic, and it is a major gateway for people traveling from Canada to Asia. YVR is widely considered to be one of the best airports in the world. Airlines that maintain a major presence in YVR include Air Canada, Air Canada Express, Air Transat and WestJet. Vancouver flights may also land at Langely Regional Airport, which is located in Langley. Other airports that service the Vancouver area include Abbotsford International Airport (YXX) and Boundary Bay Airport (YDT).
Book your flight with Expedia
Expedia lets you search across the largest number of airlines and flights, which means that you'll be able to find great flight deals at the perfect travel date and time. There's simply no substitute for great prices suited to your flight needs and backed by excellent customer support.
When to book your tickets to Vancouver
Vancouver has four distinct seasons; however, no matter when you visit, you'll find Vancouver has mild and pleasant weather. High season for Vancouver airfare is from June to August when it's warm and dry. Shoulder season is from April to May; the spring is a beautiful time to visit, and it won't be too crowded. Low season is from September to March; fewer people visit during this time due to the heavy rains. However, for people who enjoy winter sports, low season is the best season; Vancouver is home to some of the best ski resorts in North America.