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Fares from $118 One Way, $233 Round Trip from Toronto to Vancouver

Prices starting at $233 for return flights and $118 for one-way flights to Vancouver were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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More About Flying To Vancouver from Toronto

Flights from Toronto to Vancouver - Frequently Asked Questions

Are there non-stop flights from Toronto to Vancouver?

Get ready to click "book" because there are 5 airlines that have nonstop services from Toronto, ON Airport (YYZ-Pearson Intl.) to Vancouver, BC Airport (YVR-Vancouver Intl.). Take to the air in comfort on board one of these respected carriers:

  • Air Canada
  • WestJet
  • Air Transat
  • Flair Airlines
  • Sunwing
What is the shortest flight from Toronto to Vancouver?

With the trip from Toronto to Vancouver taking a minimum of 4 hours and 45 minutes, there's plenty of time to sit back and enjoy the ride. Indulge in an in-flight wine or two and settle into your seat with an absorbing movie or novel.

What airlines fly from Toronto to Vancouver most frequently?

Here are the carriers that offer the most frequent flights between Toronto and Vancouver. Find out which one suits your plans: Air Canada - (AC) with 372 flights every month WestJet - (WS) with 169 flights every month Flair Airlines - (F8) with 34 flights every month Air Transat - (TS) with 34 flights every month

Route Information for Flights from Toronto to Vancouver

Origin Airport IATA CodeYTO
Destination Airport IATA CodeYVR
Distance2079 mi
Direct Flight AirlinesPhilippine Airlines, Air Canada, Austrian, China Airlines, Delta Air Lines, SWISS, Lufthansa, Air New Zealand, WestJet, United Airlines
Earliest Flight Arrival1:05PM UTC
Latest Flight Arrival2:55AM UTC

Flights Review

Jan 23, 2020

A very good experience all around. Very good job. Will definitely use the service again. Thank you

Dec 2, 2019

Staff made sure the flight was safe, but it meant we were delayed while we waited for a new plane. Great flight when we finally got going.

Nov 30, 2019

I liked West Jet very much, but traveling through Canada from Seattle, where I live to get to Jamaica was too long and cumbersome. I selected the flight to save money but it was too much waiting and discomfort. Is it possible to build a flight package that is inexpensive but goes through the U. S.?

Nov 3, 2019

I had my puppy with me and everyone was friendly and helpful.

Jun 18, 2019

Add more movies to entertainment

Dec 21, 2018

All worked out okay

Aug 19, 2018

The flight was great but I was not as happy with the "special needs" help upon arrival!!!

Jul 24, 2018

Westjet is great for Canada connections!

Jul 17, 2018

Loved the free movies with such a long flight.

Jul 3, 2018

Other airlines (JetBlue, Virgin, American) have TVs on their trans-continental flights. That really can help pass the time on such long flights.

Head west from Toronto to explore the Pacific coast of Canada with a trip to Vancouver, and if you book your flight with Orbitz you’ll be sure to find a cheap deal.

Popular Routes from Toronto to Vancouver

There are around 50 flights a week from Toronto Pearson International to Vancouver International Airport.

The two cities are home to Canada’s biggest airports. Toronto Pearson handles almost 50 million passengers a year (and more than 17 million of those are domestic). Some 25 million passengers pass through Vancouver International each year.

Four airlines fly direct from Toronto to Vancouver – Air Canada, Air Transat, WestJet and Sunwing, which operates a seasonal service.

The Flight from Toronto to Vancouver

It took Scottish explorer Alexander Mackenzie several years and two attempts to cross Canada, eventually making it to the Pacific coast in 1793. Nowadays it only takes a matter of hours to fly from Toronto to Vancouver.

The flight takes just over five hours. The distance between the two cities is just over 2,000 miles, but the jets do not always fly in a straight line, the route they take depends on the type of aircraft and the weather conditions. After taking off from Toronto your jet will head over the Great Lakes. Some flights will head north of Winnipeg and Calgary before crossing the Great Divide and coming in to land at Vancouver from the north, others will fly over the USA and approach Vancouver from Washington.

Speed and altitude depend on the type of plane. Boeing 787 Dreamliners can reach speeds of 550mph and fly at 40,000 feet, other aircraft are slower and fly at around 32,000 feet. The flight time is similar whichever type of aircraft you take.

Although the flight from Toronto to Vancouver is domestic it pays to be at the airport well in advance, and you should check in at least an hour before your scheduled departure time. You will also need some form of government ID to board your flight. Non-Canadian citizens should take their passports.

Getting to Toronto Pearson International, located 14 miles northwest of downtown, is easy. There are trains, buses, cabs and plenty of parking. The airport has dozens of shops and restaurants where you can relax before your flight. Remember, that as the flight takes several hours you are likely to be fed on board – you can check if meals are included when you book your flight.

When you arrive at Vancouver you will need to put your watch back three hours. The airport has a visitor information center and there is an impressive aboriginal art collection in the arrivals hall. It is easy to get from the airport to the city center. There is a rapid transit rail link, downtown shuttle services, cabs and rental car facilities. You can reserve a hire car online when you book your flight with Orbitz.

Other Flight Destinations in the Pacific Northwest

If you want to explore elsewhere on the Pacific coast, or want to compare flights from Toronto to other destinations in the region, look at the following:

Flights from Toronto to Seattle

Flights from Toronto to Portland

Flights from Toronto to Victoria

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.