expired Canada Return from Sydney with Air Canada: Vancouver (Direct) $857, Calgary $896, Edmonton $896 @ IWTF (Ski Season)

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Hot prices indeed as flights to Canada are rarely on sale. Unfortunately these fares are only for departures from Sydney. Travel dates are scattered from Feb-Nov 2019. Some sample dates and fares are listed in the main link. Safe travels :)

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  • +2 votes

    Thanks TA. Thought ex meant excluding sydney D:

  • +1 vote

    Air Canada is a bit of a sardine can Ive heard?

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    Great deal! Vancouver is such a nice city, highly recommend going!

    I paid almost triple that to go for Xmas, this is a great price!

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      Agree. Whistler would have been nice to visit for White Christmas.

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        We were at grouse mountain the past Xmas and it was incredible, lights everywhere and a really magical feel, the Canadians really know how to do a white Xmas!

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    Great price, remember paying double that price 10 years ago for the same flight.

    It is a long flight so try to sort extra leg room or a bulkhead etc if you are on the tall side.

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    Unfortunately these fares are only for departures from Sydney

    Yeah quite unfortunate lol

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    great price, just gotta be careful with booking, especially after the collapse of bestjet

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    Amazing price.

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    if we chose the Calgary extension, would Air Canada offer a 2 night stop-over in Vancouver on the same ticket? It looks like a return Van to Calgary flight is $250 ish…. and would be great to get the second part on a different day.

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      If you have the time, fly in to Vancouver and then drive out to the rockies (as long as you aren't visiting in Winter, otherwise weather is too sketchy). The drive out through the rockies is absolutely breathtaking. I've done it half a dozen times over the last 5 years when visiting family.

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        Can agree. One of the most exquisite places I've seen.

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        Yup, any holiday plans would include time sight seeing and Snowboarding in and around Vancouver (Where i have a good mate living) and also in Calgary. Will be going for snowboarding.

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    Westjet need to start flying to Australia since they've now got dreamliners.

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    Any idea when this sale ends? Was in the very early planning stages of a trip to Canada but hadn't picked dates yet so need some time to work that out…

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      It looks like it'll end on 14 Jan. The fare rules - which you can find by searching for the itinerary on https://matrix.itasoftware.com/ - says tickets must be issued before that date.

      Having said that, airlines can always pull fares early or extend them.

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        Thanks! Already booked to be safe. Multi-stop flight with 4 stops and leaving from a 5th city for under $1700. Usually more than that for a round trip to one city so I am pretty pleased.

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    Anything for Toronto?
    I've gotta head there around that time.

    • +1 vote

      You might be best finding a NYC deal on QF then getting a flight from NYC to Toronto that way.

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    Never been to Canada or USA before…will it be worth it to spend 2 weeks just in Vancouver? Or may be also visit Seattle or other US cities close by?

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      Two weeks is probably a bit long if just in Vancouver - 4 days there should suffice. If you're there you may as well go to Whistler, and then the Rockies (Banff etc). Seattle is also a good option.

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        Agreed. No more than 4 days in Vancouver. If you are planning your trip now, get your itinerary sorted and book as soon as possible! Most hotels offer free cancellation. Vancouver hotel accommodation is so much more expensive than even Sydney in the summer. If you leave it too late, places like Banff and parts of Vancouver Island will be completely booked out.

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      Definitely visit other cities close by, Vancouver itself isn't overly populated with activities, you want to reach out in places such as:

      • Whistler / Banff / Alberta
      • Seattle for boeing and other activities

      In Vancouver, grouse mountain and surrounding mountains such as Cypress are also great to visit

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      A lot to see close by. A ferry trip to Victoria and Vancouver Island could be good. Not to mention the Rockies.

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    I wonder if this is because of Canada's spat with China lowering the amounts of Chinese tourists so Air Canada is looking to attract customers from elsewhere?

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    How do you guys find these deals?!

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    Blame Canada!

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    We paid $1200 per ticket for a 3 month trip (June - August) last year, booked at the Flight Centre expo. I say book now because I don't think it'll ever get any cheaper than this!

    On another note, I'd only ever fly direct to Canada. It is a 14hr flight and is so much easier than flying 10-14 hours somewhere else and then another 5-12 hours from there to YVR for what might be a small saving on the air fare, especially if you are travelling with kids.

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    Multi-cities also available for quite cheap on Air Canada's website (maybe also IWTF)

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    How far in advance does AC release their flights? Looking to go next christmas, but only flights that are currently showing are the china airlines.

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    OMG, I am bleeding now. Just booked for my Easter trip with Korean Air to Vancouver because Air Canada direct flight was so expensive and now price dropped crazily.

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    Does anyone know what iwantthatflight charges for booking changes? I know I'll definitely be flying to Canada this year but the exact dates are still undecided.
    I'm sure Air Canada will charge the difference in price between the original flight and the new one but I want to know how much I'll get hit with from iwantthatflight as well?

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    Vancouver in Nov or Dec?