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Cheap Flights From Las Vegas McCarran Airport to Vancouver

Flight information Las Vegas Mccarran to Vancouver

Non-stop airlines

5

Flights per week

27

Average flight time, total distance 994 miles

2h 38min

Most popular airline last month

WestJet

Vancouver International, Vancouver Coal Harbour and Vancouver Boundary Bay

3 airports

Explore Vancouver

Vancouver Hotels

The Westin Bayshore

14
BusinessLuxury

Pan Pacific Vancouver

12
BusinessLuxury

Preparing For Your International Flight

Flying from Las Vegas to Vancouver is a quick and relatively easy route, though you’ll still need to take the additional precautions necessary for an international trip.

Because this route is international, remember to bring:

  • A non-expired US passport
  • Pre-exchanged Canadian dollars
  • A sweater
  • Your packing list

By bringing your packing list, you’ll make filling out the onboard customs declarations form a simple matter of copying your list onto the form and estimating dollar values for any goods you intend to leave in Canada.

Leaving McCarran

You’ll be departing McCarran from Terminal 2, which has a modest selection of dining and shopping options. There are a few nice areas to sit at in McCarran, so you shouldn’t feel bored even if you can’t find a restaurant or shop to suit your fancy.

It’s usually a good idea to arrive two or three hours ahead of time for an international flight, but a flight from McCarran to Vancouver will likely be more efficient than elsewhere so you can probably get away with arriving only an hour and a half before your flight is set to depart.

When you fly on this route, you can pick from the following carriers:

  • WestJet
  • American Airlines
  • Aer Lingus
  • Alaska Airlines
  • United
  • Air Canada
  • Delta
  • Virgin Atlantic

Some flights along this route have a layover, but there are direct flights too. Check with us here at Skyscanner while you book so that you’ll have your pick of the litter.

Arriving in Vancouver

On final approach to Vancouver, your plane will land at Vancouver International Airport. Deplane and head through customs. Canadian customs are typically quite relaxed compared to other countries, so focus on being friendly and polite, and you won’t have any issues, even if you forgot to declare something.

Once you’re through customs, you’ll be in Vancouver Airport’s International terminal in the arrivals concourse. If you have time to spare, check out the airport’s aquarium on your way to the outside.

Exploring Vancouver

Getting from the airport to downtown Vancouver is extremely easy via the airport’s tram line, which connects to the rest of the Vancouver area’s transit system and can take you directly downtown without any connections.

If you’d prefer to take a bus, you can also hop on one of the Coast Mountain buses, which can take you downtown when the train isn’t running. The Coast Mountain buses also serve the countryside, so if you’re heading to the suburbs, they’re a better choice than the train.

You can also hail a rideshare car, which is a better option than a cab in Vancouver because it’s a bit cheaper and typically cleaner.

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