Canada flights from $899 return with Air China

Andrew Munro 13 December 2017 NEWS

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Get ready to take in the views of Canada, with some eye-opening flight prices to get you ready for arrival. These include flights from Melbourne to Vancouver for $899 return, Sydney to Vancouver for $906 return and Brisbane to Vancouver for $921 return.

These are pretty fantastic prices. You're really doing very well for yourself by finding a trip to Canada under $1,000 return, but finding one under $900 truly qualifies you as a champion bargain-hunter.

You'll be travelling post-Easter and pre-summer on these prices. Specifically, between March and June 2018, which are warm months ripe for adventure and city exploration.

Air China is also a reliably cushy carrier, so you're doing quite well on that front too.

The only downside is that you might have to take a detour via China. But it's not too far out of your way, and with savings like these it's time and money very well spent.

These flights are only available until sold out, and at these prices, that won't be long.

Flights to Canada on Air China:

From To Travel dates Price (return) Book
Melbourne Vancouver 16 March - 15 June 2018 $899 Book your flight to Canada
Sydney Vancouver 11 March - 8 June 2018 $906 Book your flight to Canada
Brisbane Vancouver 23 April - 23 June 2018 $921 Book your flight to Canada

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