Cheap Flights from New York John F. Kennedy to Vancouver International in 2019
Flight information New York John F. Kennedy to Vancouver International
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Fly From John F. Kennedy International Airport to Vancouver International Airport
Gorgeous Vancouver is both glamorous and rustic, perched between the ocean and the picturesque North Shore Mountains. While downtown is known for its posh restaurants and filming locations, outlying areas boast incredible outdoor recreation. Winter skiing and summer hiking on Grouse Mountain and Cypress Mountain are especially delightful. Summertime beach activities abound at Kitsilano Beach, and there’s always something to do in Stanley Park. Flights from New York to Vancouver International Airport (YVR) take less than 6 hours. You’ll have a variety of airline options, including Air Canada and United.
Facilities at Vancouver International Airport
Vancouver's airport bustles, with carriers such as American Airlines and Cathay Pacific providing flights from New York to Vancouver. The airport operates a main terminal handling domestic and international flights and a south terminal for domestic flights. A free airport shuttle offers easy transport between main and south terminals. Refuel at the airport’s numerous restaurants and coffee houses or shop in its numerous stores. You’ll also enjoy quick access to rental cars in the airport “parkade.” If you're traveling to downtown, hop on the quick Canada Line buses or take a taxi for $31 to $35.
Things to Do Near Vancouver International Airport
Traveling from New York to Vancouver puts you on Vancouver’s pretty Sea Island near plentiful shopping at on-site Designer Outlet Centre. Just outside the airport, Flight Path Park is a great place to watch planes overhead and stretch your legs. River Rock Casino is a mile from the airport as is lively Richmond Night Market. Within 3 to 5 miles of the airport, you’ll find many entertainment and recreation options. Birdwatch or cycle at Iona Beach Park and explore nature at Bloedel Conservatory and Van Dusen Botanical Garden. If you’re itching to get out on the water, catch a whale-watching tour in nearby Steveston.
Visitors can stay on Sea Island, and there’s abundant lodging in Vancouver to the north. Staying downtown is convenient to the convention center, public art displays, and Jack Poole Plaza’s Olympic flame. The waterfront downtown is also the perfect spot to catch a harbor cruise or play in Stanley Park. North Vancouver is ideal if you plan to explore the city’s thriving restaurant and pub scene.
Hints and Tips for Vancouver International Airport
Vancouver is a stellar food city, and those traveling from New York to Vancouver relish the fresh fare. West Coast seafood is especially plentiful, from wild salmon to spot prawns. Organic, sustainably produced foods are also bountiful, giving the city’s culinary scene rich flavor. While high-end and trendy restaurants abound, you can easily find a budget meal for two for less than $15.
The city celebrates its food scene with many festivals, including Craft Beer Week and the International Wine Festival. Festivals like PuSH Festival and the Folk Music Festival also teem with edible delights. With its moderate coastal climate, Vancouver's local weather ensures the celebrations continue year round.
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