As part of Air Canada’s South Pacific schedule expansion, the airline is resuming flights between Vancouver and Auckland, New Zealand (AKL) on 10NOV.
Earlier this year, Air Canada re-started non-stop flights from YVR to other locations in the South Pacific region, with flights between YVR, and SYD and YVR and BNE.
“Air Canada is solidifying its market-leading position as the airline providing the most services between Canada and the South Pacific. We are accelerating the restoration of our Australian and New Zealand routes to respond to pent-up travel between our countries as borders reopen,” said Air Canada in a statement.
“Our restored South Pacific flights and vast North American network will support local tourism and hospitality sectors as customers in all four countries visit and explore. Customers can start planning ahead and book with confidence. We look forward to welcoming you onboard our award-winning airline.”
BC Tourism Minister Melanie Mark said the province is “thrilled with the expansion of the Air Canada network and to welcome our Aussie and Kiwi friends back to British Columbia.”
Air Canada flies from YVR to AKL three times weekly and flights to AKL from YVR are priced between CAD $1,500 and CAD$1,800 for the lowest roundtrip fares.
To book a flight, please visit Air Canada