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The cheapest flights to Vancouver were $91 for round trip flights and $57 for one-way flights in the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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International flights to Vancouver will land at the Vancouver International Airport. Consistently rated as the best airport in North America, and among the top 10 airports in the world, there is a large number of flights that go between Vancouver and Asian countries due to the proximity of the city to Asia in comparison with the rest of the country, and the large Asian population that makes up part of the city. Passengers from the U.S. who have arrived from their flights to Vancouver will discover that the airport uses a U.S. pre-clearance system for departing flights. The SkyTrain and public buses service the airport, with local cabs or rental car companies also widely available.
Situated on the Pacific coast of Canada, Vancouver experiences a significantly milder winter than the rest of the country. Summer temperatures can soar over 30C, with the months between June and early September being the driest. Vancouver flights during the summer are ideal for lounging around the Kitsilano beaches. It is not advisable to book Vancouver flights during early spring due to the heavy rainfall. As with most Canadian cities, the early autumn is an excellent time for city-slicking. September and October yield explosions of fiery colours as the leaves change with the seasons. With all of the beautiful parks throughout the city and in the outlying regions, this is a great time for hiking and exploring the city.
The TransLink metropolitan company provides public buses, the SkyTrain, and the SeaBus systems. The bus system is extensive and covers the majority of the main streets and residential neighborhoods. The SkyTrain connects downtown with outlying suburbs. The SeaBus covers some destinations around the False Creek district. A one-way bus ticket that is valid for 1.5 hours costs between $2 or $3, which can result in a rather inexpensive day if you rely entirely on the bus for transportation. If you are in the city center, the best way to get around is to walk or cycle. City-cycling has gained popularity throughout Canada's larger cities, with Vancouver leading the way. If spending the day about town on a bicycle, be sure to park in designated areas and secure your bicycle with a lock.
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