Cheap flights to Canada

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Flights to Canada in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inDecemberHigh demand for flights, 7% potential price rise
Cheapest inJanuaryBest time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
Average priceC$ 334Average for round-trip flights in May 2022
Round-trip fromC$ 87From Vancouver to Toronto
One-way fromC$ 27One-way flight from Vancouver to Canada

Cheap flights to Canada in May, June 2022

The best prices found for YTO flights for May, June
27 Jun. - 27 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YLW

Kelowna

Nonstop

0h 55m
YLW

Kelowna

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

0h 55m
C$ 69

Flair Airlines

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Deal found 17/5/22

8 Jun. - 8 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YYC

Calgary

Nonstop

1h 25m
YYC

Calgary

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

1h 25m
C$ 72

Flair Airlines

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Deal found 18/5/22

30 May - 1 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YLW

Kelowna

Nonstop

0h 55m
YLW

Kelowna

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

0h 55m
C$ 72

Flair Airlines

View Deal

Deal found 17/5/22

Canada 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Canada found for this year
27 Jun. - 27 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YLW

Kelowna

Nonstop

0h 55m
YLW

Kelowna

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

0h 55m
C$ 69

Flair Airlines

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Deal found 17/5/22

30 May - 1 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YLW

Kelowna

Nonstop

0h 55m
YLW

Kelowna

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

0h 55m
C$ 72

Flair Airlines

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Deal found 17/5/22

8 Jun. - 8 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YYC

Calgary

Nonstop

1h 25m
YYC

Calgary

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

1h 25m
C$ 72

Flair Airlines

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Deal found 18/5/22

Last minute flights to Canada

Late deals on round-trip flights to Canada, departing today and this week
27 May - 1 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YLW

Kelowna

Nonstop

0h 55m
YLW

Kelowna

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

0h 55m
C$ 73

Flair Airlines

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Deal found 18/5/22

26 May - 31 May
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YEG

Edmonton

Nonstop

1h 30m
YEG

Edmonton

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

1h 35m
C$ 82

Flair Airlines

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Deal found 17/5/22

25 May - 13 Jun.
YVR

Vancouver Intl

YLW

Kelowna

Nonstop

0h 55m
YLW

Kelowna

YVR

Vancouver Intl

Nonstop

0h 55m
C$ 82

Flair Airlines

View Deal

Deal found 17/5/22

What is the cheapest month to fly to Canada?

The cheapest ticket to Canada found for each month in 2022 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.

January

C$ 226

February

C$ 236

March

C$ 275

April

C$ 291

May

C$ 213

June

C$ 208

July

C$ 281

August

C$ 325

September

C$ 225

October

C$ 225

November

C$ 241

December

C$ 259

At the present moment the cheapest month to fly to Canada is currently June; with August being the most expensive. Prices will vary depending on multiple factors such as booking in advance, airline and departure airports and times.

When is the best time to fly to Canada?

Average Canada flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

YVR - YTO

Price

C$ 170 - C$ 477

YTO

Temperature

-6 - 21 °C

YTO

Rainfall

51 - 83 mm

When is the best time to book a flight to Canada?

The price you pay for your flight to Canada may vary depending on when you book. For the best chance of a lower fare, look to book 59 days in advance of your trip. Fares are likely to increase a fortnight or so before your departure date.

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Canada?

Popular flight destinations in Canada include Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary and Edmonton.

When to fly to Canada

A four-season destination, there really is no bad time to take cheap flights around Canada. 

Peak Season:
Varies according to province and activity. Unsurprisingly, the summer months are when most travellers book cheap flights around Canada to make the most of the great outdoors. For skiers and snow-boarders, November through March is peak season. 

Off Season:
The weeks following Christmas and the New Year celebrations are traditionally soft.

Overview

With its stunning array of destinations – the Rocky Mountains and national parks in British Columbia to Niagara Falls in Ontario, the Nahanni National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories to the Bay of Fundy in the Maritimes – and friendly, safe and cosmopolitan cities, it’s no wonder that travellers from around the world search for cheap flights to Canada.

And, with such natural wonders on the doorstep, it’s not surprising that so many Canadians choose to book domestic flights and vacation “at home”.

There’s plenty to see and do. The festivals alone would provide a challenging itinerary. Spanning the country from West to East, Vancouver hosts the largest fireworks competition in the world, Calgary has the stampede, Toronto the International Film Festival, Quebec City the Winter Carnival and Nova Scotia the Celtic Colours International Festival.

For centuries this has been a country offering better opportunities and the different communities all live tolerantly together enhancing Canada in both tradition and cuisine.

How long is the flight to Canada from Canada?

Flight times across Canada can vary significantly. East-West flights will have a travel time of 6h 50m to 9h 10m or longer, depending on the number of stops and the amount of wait time. Popular routes across Canada average 3h to 5h flight duration. Domestic flights are generally inexpensive and Canada flight deals are available for simple transport across the country.

What cities offer direct flights to Canada from Canada?

There are a number of direct flights across Canada with service available from Air Canada, West Jet, and a number of other airlines. Direct flights can be found connecting most major cities, including Toronto, Vancouver, Quebec City, Montreal, Winnipeg, Halifax, Ottawa, Calgary, and others. Connecting flights are also available from multiple cities in the country, with more than 150 airlines offering service for domestic flights throughout Canada.

What is the best way to travel around Canada?

Canada has an extensive network of well-maintained roads and highways. Of course, it is also a large country, so driving all the way across can take multiple days. RV trips across the country are common, with many parks and RV camps along the way in various cities and territories. Toronto and Montreal both have subway systems available for tourists, which offer access to most parts of the cities. Buses are plentiful in Canada, as well, with most major towns having their own well-developed bus system. VIA Rail offers train service, although fares are rather expensive and routes are limited. Bikes are great for getting around major cities, and rentals and loaners can be found in major hotels and tourist areas from a number of providers. Some tour companies even offer guided rides.

What are some things to do in Canada?

Canada is home to the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Niagara Falls, and plenty of national parks and reserves in the Northwest Territories. Plus, cities like Toronto and Montreal offer a glimpse of cosmopolitan, upscale city life with a touch of history and plenty of shopping. Vancouver hosts an annual fireworks competition that is the largest in the world and Toronto is home to the International Film Festival. There is a Winter Carnival in Quebec City every year and Calgary has its own stampede.

Do I need a passport to fly to Canada from Canada?

All domestic flights within Canadian borders (or recognized territories) do not require Canadian nationals to carry a passport. All that is required for citizens is a national ID or driver’s licence. International visitors arriving in Canada will need to present a passport that is valid for at least three months beyond their expected departure date. Canadian nationals leaving the country will typically be required to present their Canadian passport for entry into other countries, although exact requirements will vary by destination.

Canada climate

Canada is an enormous country and its climate ranges from long, cold winter nights in the Arctic Circle to the mild seasons of British Columbia. Both Montreal and Quebec City have warm summers that can become hot and humid. The cities’ winter season lasts from October to early May with cold and snow. You‘ll find the warmest summers in Toronto. The bitter winter cold has become part of the country’s culture. In Ottawa you can enjoy the warm summer days, but head inside to escape the chilly nights that can drop below 0 C. Snow starts to fall in October and temperatures can drop close to zero.

Getting around Canada

Air Canada flies nationally and internationally to more than 150 destinations. Other airlines offering domestic Canada flights include WestJet, Air Transat, Air North, First Air, Canadian North and Porter Airlines.

Via Rail, the national rail service, connects most cities. It also offers two kinds of national rail passes. The Canrailpass offers 12 days of unlimited rail travel. The North American Rail Pass covers travel for 30 days on any VIA train in Canada and almost any Amtrak train in the United States.

Greyhound’s bus network covers more than 1,000 destinations in Canada and offers cross-border links to many cities in the U.S.

Public transit: several cities have subway, metro or light rapid transit service. In Vancouver it’s the SkyTrain, in Calgary the CTrain, in Edmonton the LRT, in Toronto the subway, in Ottawa the O-Train and in Montréal the metro. Fares are cheap, about $2 per adult.

One of the neatest ways of getting around Canada is by ferry. Several provinces have seasonal and year-round services to nearby islands and coastal regions.

What is good to know if travelling to Canada?

  • Downtown Ottawa has renovated Victorian houses serving as homes, restaurants, and shops. The architecture and historical significance of the Parliamentary buildings attract visitors, as does strolling along (or skating upon in winter) the Rideau Canal and watching boats go through its eight locks. 
  • Vancouver is known for its natural beauty and mild climate. As a year-round tourist destination, there is always something to do: water and land sports and film, jazz, folk, and theatre festivals. Vancouver also offers opera, ballet, symphony, and an exciting nightlife, and in 2010 will host the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. 
  • Parts of Canada are transformed into winter wonderlands by the snowy weather and several cities make the most of the big freeze including Quebec City (Winter Carnival and its ice hotel), Montreal (High Lights festival) and Ottawa (Winterlude, a winter carnival) to name just three. 
  • On Sundays, entire families do the Grouse Grind in Vancouver. An almost 3km-long trail that takes you up the face of Grouse Mountain, about 914 metres. If you are fit, it should take about 50 minutes. Hike up, but take the gondola down to protect your knees, of course. 
  • Visitors to Montreal should take note of the “Sunday Tam-Tams” in Mount Royal. Tam-tams are a type of hand drum, and hundreds of Montrealers and visitors turn up on summer Sundays to play around the monument to Sir George-Etienne Cartier. 
  • As well as nearby Niagara Falls, Toronto claims the world’s tallest tower. The CN Tower stands at 553 metres. Once at the top – by elevator naturally – there is plenty to do including walking on a glass floor, eating at the revolving restaurant and enjoying the view. 
  • Bring your Stetson. The Calgary Stampede takes place in July, and is the city’s most popular tourist attraction. It features a rodeo, chuckwagon races, concerts and an amusement park.