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Frequently asked questions

Can I cancel my flight booking to British Columbia due to COVID-19?
Many airlines now offer more flexibility due to COVID-19. Our convenient Customer Service Portal will help solve most questions about which policies apply to your flight. It’s also wise to check the terms and conditions of your chosen carrier — preferably before purchasing your tickets!
What's the best way to find cheap flights to British Columbia that have flexible change policies?
It’s as easy as 1-2-3 with Expedia. Firstly, enter your preferred dates and destination and press “Search.” Step 2: Check “No change fee” just below the “Flexible change policies” heading to the left of the screen. Step 3. Score a cheap and flexible flight to British Columbia.
What are some of the general tips for travelers to British Columbia during the COVID-19 outbreak?
With the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, traveling now comes with a few more challenges than usual. Take a look at these valuable tips before jumping on your plane to British Columbia:

  • Before you lock in a flight, see if any travel bans or restrictions apply — in both your origin and destination. Get up-to-date information by reviewing government travel advisories.
  • You’re required to wear a face mask throughout your travel experience, including at screening checkpoints. Be prepared to adjust your mask for ID verification when asked by a TSA employee.
  • Rather than handing a TSA officer your boarding pass, position it straight on the reader yourself. Then, hold it up for inspection.
  • TSA now allows passengers to take one container of hand sanitizer, up to 12 oz (350 ml) in size, in carry-on luggage. This will have to be removed from your bag and presented for screening.
  • To minimize handling during screening, place personal items such as your phone and loose change into your carry-on rather than the bins.
  • Transport your food items in a clear plastic bag and also place them in a screening bin. Keeping food separate from your carry-on means it’s less likely a TSA employee will need to open your bag for inspection.

Which airlines fly to British Columbia?
With a good selection of airlines that fly into or near British Columbia, you’re not short on choice:

  • Alaska Airlines - 912 flights to or near British Columbia each month, including 547 flights to Vancouver Intl. Airport (YVR) per month.
  • Air Canada - 747 flights to or near British Columbia each month, including 747 flights to Vancouver Intl. Airport (YVR) per month.
  • Delta Air Lines - 456 flights to or near British Columbia each month, including 456 flights to Vancouver Intl. Airport (YVR) per month.

How can I find cheap tickets to British Columbia?
A great strategy for finding cheap fares is to be flexible with your travel dates. Start by searching for your flight to British Columbia, then click on the “flexible dates” box to see prices for nearby days. Want another tip? Book well ahead. To give you an idea of costs, was the best price for a flight to British Columbia in the last seven days.
How much is a flight to British Columbia?
If you were traveling one way from (), you could’ve locked in a bargain fare for just in the last seven days. Return flights to British Columbia ranged from to over the same period.
What are the most popular airports to fly into in British Columbia?
You’ve got a number of choices in British Columbia. Once you’ve figured out your final destination, picking one of these top airports will be a cinch:

  • Vancouver Intl. Airport (YVR) - 3,156 flights per month.
  • Victoria Intl. Airport (YYJ) - 186 flights per month.
  • Kelowna Intl. Airport (YLW) - 182 flights per month.

When is the cheapest time to fly to British Columbia?
Jet off on a Tuesday to better your chances of landing the cheapest flight to British Columbia. Mondays are usually the second most affordable day to take off. Saturday is normally the priciest day to fly anywhere.
How much is a plane ticket to British Columbia?
Plane tickets ranged anywhere from to in the last seven days. When you’re ready to book, we’re here to help you land a cheap flight to British Columbia.
What are the best things to do in British Columbia?

  • With so much to see and do in Vancouver, it’s no wonder lots of visitors kick off their British Columbia adventure in this bustling city. Spend your first day or so visiting prominent attractions like Stanley Park before exploring some of this place’s lesser-known highlights.
  • When you’re organizing what to do on your big adventure, bear in mind that Vancouver has an oceanic climate. It’s a good idea to check the weather before you jet off so you have a clearer picture of what to expect.
  • Approximately 19 kilometres to the east of Vancouver, Anmore also deserves a place on your itinerary. Noteworthy sights in this city include Buntzen Lake — make sure you pop it on your sightseeing list.

What is the best time to go to British Columbia?
If you’d love to explore British Columbia’s leading city when it’s at its busiest, set out for Vancouver sometime during . Similar to most places in the Northern Hemisphere, summer here begins June 20, with average temperatures ranging between 55 ºF (13 ºC) and 70 ºF (20 ºC).
What months are the cheapest to book a flight to British Columbia?
The most cost-effective month to snare an awesome deal to British Columbia is February, whereas prices are higher in December. Give this month a miss if you’re on a tight budget.