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Cheap Flights to British Columbia

Round-trip from C$ 206 From Toronto to Vancouver
One-way from C$ 128 One-way flight from Toronto to Vancouver
Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.

Cheapest prices for British Columbia flights by month

January
C$ 316
February
C$ 346
March
C$ 385
April
C$ 385
May
C$ 400
June
C$ 403
July
C$ 490
August
C$ 512
September
C$ 389
October
C$ 384
November
C$ 371
December
C$ 329
Currently, the cheapest month for flights to British Columbia is January. The most expensive month for flights is August. The cheapest prices are shown above but prices will vary according to departure times, airlines, class and how early you book.

When is the best time to fly to British Columbia?

Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
YTO - 8CA
Price
C$ 316 - C$ 589
8CA
Temperature
7 - 23 °C
8CA
Rainfall
39 - 186 mm
Whilst there are several times of the year to choose from, January is seen as the time to fly to British Columbia, however, it is possible to get good deals throughout the year. July tends to be the warmest period in British Columbia so if you are looking for sun or warmer climates then look to fly around this time. January is the wettest if you need to factor this in to your plans.

Which day is cheapest to fly to British Columbia?

The cheapest flights to British Columbia are usually found when departing on a Wednesday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Sunday.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to British Columbia?

Flights at noon are typically the cheapest time of the day to fly to British Columbia. Flights in the evening are usually the most expensive.

From the twin city jewels of Vancouver and Victoria in the southwest of the province to the wilderness that dominates much of its interior, British Columbia covers a vast area occupying the western end of Canada.

Although much of BC’s population inhabits the stretch along the border with the US – and most of that is concentrated along the western edge – there is certainly more to see and do than just Vancouver. Nevertheless, it would be hard to imagine a scenario where a trip to BC does not take in one of the world’s most livable cities.

Vancouver is nestled in the south-west corner of Canada and is bounded by the Pacific to the west and mountains to the north. To the east, stretch out the city’s many suburbs that also cover the short stretch of land to the south which gives way to the US border.

A short hop across the Strait of Georgia is Vancouver Island. Although ferries ply several routes connecting this vast island to the mainland, visitors who just can’t wait have the option to take a seaplane across. Once there, head to Victoria in the south, BC’s legislative capital and home to several attractions including historic buildings, museums and flower gardens.

Away from the two main cities, BC also features staggering scenery around its plentiful stretches of beach as well as rugged coastline, virgin forests and unspoiled lakes. So regardless of whether you want to ski or sail, hike or fish, eat or drink – BC has it all.

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British Columbia climate

As can be expected of an area as large as that of BC, the climate here is varied. Areas along the coast boast the most temperate weather in Canada. The relatively warm Pacific Ocean ensures temperatures remain above freezing for much of the winters that plunge most of the rest of the country into a deep freeze.Further inland, a continental climate rules with warm summers and cold winters while the areas to the north of the province (but away from the coast) feature considerably cooler climes as the summers tend to be short and the winters harsh.The areas in the mountainous east of the province feature snowbound peaks that keep their white covering throughout the year.

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When is the best time to fly to British Columbia?

There’s not really a bad time to take cheap flights to British Columbia. High season and off season really depends on what you are into. For the beaches, the summer months are, unsurprisingly, peak. For city trips, spring and fall are lovely times to visit. In the spring, the cherry blossom adds a splash of colour to the city streets and the weather is usually pretty good. In early fall, the foliage is stunning. The rains usually set in about November-time. September and October can sometimes have blazing sunshine – an Indian summer. 

For skiers and snowboarders, the winter months are peak. 

The weeks immediately following Christmas are usually a good time to seek discounted flights to British Columbia.

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Getting around British Columbia

BC is very easy to get around. The type of transportation you take will depend on the type of visit you are making. If it’s a couple of days in Vancouver, SkyTrain and bus are the most economical ways of getting from A to B. The SeaBus is a memorable way of crossing the Burrard Inlet. Step on the bus at the SeaBus terminal, near Waterfront Station, and step off, 15 minutes later, at the Lonsdale Quay Public Market in North Vancouver. 

If you wish to visit Vancouver Island, you’ll need to catch the ferry at Tsawwassen or Horseshoe Bay. BC Ferries also sail to the Northern Gulf Islands (if bound for Campbell River, Powell River or Comox), Southern Gulf Islands (for Gabriola, Salt Spring, Pender or Mayne islands), the Inside Passage (for the Queen Charlotte Islands or Prince Rupert) and the Discovery Coast Passage (summer service between Port Hardy and Mid-Coast ports Bella Bella, Shearwater, Klemtu, Ocean Falls and Bella Coola). 

VIA Rail offers three routes in BC, all special sight-seeing trips. “The Canadian” is a three-day trip that links Vancouver and Toronto, via Kamloops, Clearwater, Valemount and Jasper, Alberta. “The Skeena” takes two days, and connects Jasper and Prince Rupert, via Prince George, Smithers and Terrace. “The Malahat” is a Vancouver Island route. It connects Victoria with Courtenay via Chemainus, Nanaimo, Parksville and Qualicum Beach. 

While your flights to British Columbia will likely touch down at Vancouver International Airport, there are several other airports around BC. These include: Abbotsford International Airport, Victoria International Airport on Vancouver Island, Kelowna International Airport in the Okanagan, Williams Lake Airport on the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, and Prince George Airport in Northern BC. See our Airports section, below, for a full listing.

 

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