Fly to Canada’s west coast city to start a wonderful adventure. Vancouver is a gateway to some of the world’s most incredible natural wonders. Holidays in Vancouver are wild and beautiful, and packed with activities.
Flights with British Airways from London take you directly there. Relax on the plane and save your energy for paddle boarding, skiing, hiking, cruising, exploring… Enjoy a food scene that keeps on giving – from rosewater waffles at brunch to late-night sushi. Cycle around Stanley Park or shop and browse books and boutiques on Robson Street. With generous baggage allowance for your ski jacket and salopettes, book flights to Vancouver with British Airways and see where your journey takes you.
The cheapest months to fly to Vancouver are January to March. The summer months from June through August are Vancouver’s peak season. To find the cheapest flights to Vancouver, use our low fare finder.
With snow-capped mountains in the north and surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is a city that’s easy to enjoy on a budget. Known in Canada for its extraordinary food and restaurant scene, some of the best places to eat are also very affordable. With free arts and culture events every week and nature on your doorstep, you don’t need to spend a lot to have a great holiday here.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is just 12km away from downtown Vancouver (a 20 minute car ride). The Canada Line is a rapid transit rail connecting the airport to downtown Vancouver in less than 30 minutes and is easily accessible from the International Terminal. You can also take a taxi from outside the terminal. If you’re staying at a local hotel, there may also be courtesy shuttle buses available.
Book a car hire with British Airways, and receive great benefits – with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support. Collect Avios points on every rental.
Set between a dramatic mountain range and the ocean, Vancouver is a multicultural city that has the best of both worlds – idyllic beach views and a lively food, arts and culture scene. Nestled within an extraordinary natural setting, there are a myriad of sights to take in from the historic Chinatown to the independent boutiques and coffee shops of Main Street – Vancouver is a city where you can relax at the beach in the morning and go skiing at Grouse Mountain in the afternoon. Have a drink and people-watch at a waterfront bistro on Granville Island, go for a bike ride on the Stanley Park Seawall and enjoy some of the best Asian food in North America.