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Toronto to Vancouver, BC (or vice versa) - $198 to $240 CAD roundtrip | non-stop flights (including July and August)

Vancouver, BC

Air Canada, Westjet, Air Transat, and Sunwing have dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to Vancouver, BC down to between $198 and $240 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

The flights are non-stop both ways.

Flair Air has a base fare price of $204 CAD roundtrip, which works out to be slightly more than Air Transat and Westjet, once you factor in the expensive bag fees.

Swoop is also showing base fare prices of $172 CAD roundtrip between Toronto and Abbotsford (YXX) - which is also a similar price after bag fees, but with the inconvenience of flying into Abbotsford instead of Vancouver (unless that's where you want to be).

Travel between Ontario and BC (or Alberta) does not have any quarantine restrictions, on either side.

Vice-versa flights (Vancouver to Toronto) are also available for a similar roundtrip price.

Update: Sunwing has added fares from Toronto to Vancouver for $198 CAD roundtrip in late June, July, and August 2021. Go to the Sunwing website and click on Flights. Search for a flight from Toronto to Vancouver, and look for the dates that are $96 on the way there, and $102 on the way home.

BC is lifting all provincial travel restrictions on June 15th, and all recreational travel within BC will be allowed.

Availability for travel

May, June, July, August, September, October 2021

How to find and book this deal

1. Start with a Google Flights search like this one:

Google Flights: Toronto to Vancouver (any airline)

Google Flights: Toronto to Vancouver (Air Transat only)

Google Flights: Kitchener to Vancouver (Flair Air)

- click on the departure date box to browse for cheap date combinations

- look for the dates that are $250 CAD roundtrip or less

2. Go to Skyscanner

- Search for the same destination and dates. The price will be lower on Skyscanner

screenshot from Skyscanner

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5 Responses to "Toronto to Vancouver, BC (or vice versa) - $198 to $240 CAD roundtrip | non-stop flights (including July and August)"

    Has ugh been here?
       ugh on June 15th, 2021

    These prices ended on Sunday June 13. Thought they'd be extended with the Air Canada sale extension until Monday June 14! I planned to book on Monday, but they were already gone :(
    Wish I had booked on Sunday.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on June 15th, 2021

    Unfortunately sale dates given by airlines often mean nothing. They will certainly raise their prices before the end of a stated sale date if they see increased demand that fills their plane.

    I'd say right now in Canada we're starting to see the cheaper domestic summer dates disappear and the available cheaper dates are getting pushed further back into August and September.

    I can still see cheap ones for Toronto to Vancouver in July, mainly departing on Mondays through Thursdays. August is more expensive, and then the cheaper ones are available again in September on most days of the week.

    Has Ugh been here?
       Ugh on June 15th, 2021

    Thanks for your response, Chris! I felt like a rusty traveler after not booking anything or checking Google flights for 1.5 years.

    Has Sarah been here?
       Sarah on June 15th, 2021

    And I guess Toronto had more deals within Canada than Montreal right - probably due to supply from the airlines side. Toronto is a bigger hub. I enjoy uncovering the thinnest surface layer of patterned webs when comparing flights to the same destination from different cities and getting wildly different prices, sometimes on the same flight leg!

    It makes sense that airlines will adjust prices based on supply and demand during sales, but still sucks to know their marketing is more of a trap than the fashion industry in that sense.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on June 15th, 2021

    Hi Sarah, yes, and there's also the fact that Flair Air used Kitchener (YKF) near Toronto as a base for their expansion of routes into Western Canada.

    And then Swoop already had their routes out of Hamilton.

    So now you have Toronto, Kitchener, and Hamilton, 3 airports with low cost airlines on a variety of routes into Alberta and BC (Vacouver, Abbotsford, Kelowna, Victoria, Calgary, Edmonton).

    Montreal has had cheap ones to Calgary, Vancouver and Abbotsford, mainly thanks to Flair, which caused Air Canada, Air Transat, and WestJet to drop their prices. (See YULdeals.com)

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