Flights to Canada on sale for just $838 return

Alex Keshen 8 June 2017 NEWS

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Take off to Canada’s Rocky Mountains for just $838 return with Philippine Airline’s latest sale on flights to Vancouver.

Available on select dates in October and November, these flights are available from Melbourne for $838 return, Darwin for $845 return, Sydney for $850 return and Brisbane from $852 return.

This is the best time of year to see autumn colours in the Rocky Mountains at their peak.

We found these flights through I Want That Flight, which is charging about $100 less than booking direct with the airline.

Some fares do require long stopovers in Manila, however as Australians don’t require visas to visit the Philippines, it can be used as a chance to visit the country’s capital.

Air Canada is the only airline that flies direct between Australia and Vancouver (from Sydney and Brisbane only), and charges at least $400 more than these Philippine Airlines fares.

Flying to Vancouver via Manila, Philippine Airlines includes checked baggage, complimentary meal service and seat-back entertainment. In-flight Wi-Fi is also available.

These fares from I Want That Flight are likely discounted as part of the airline’s Independence Day Seat Sale, which discounts the Australia-Philippines leg of the flights. The sale ends on 15 June.

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