Many Canadians have been stuck in their cities since the pandemic started, and despite its upsides, staying home can get a little boring.
A new Vancouver flight deal from discount carrier Flair Airlines means locals are one step closer to escaping the familiar for CAD $59 one way.
There aren’t many cheap tickets left, and they’ll only work for people whose days off are flexible, so act fast if you’re planning a trip on a budget.
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As one of the least-stereotypically Canadian cities in Canada, Quebec’s Montreal is a fantastic option for any West Coasters itching for a little bit of culture shock.
When the city looks like a painting…
— Tourisme Montréal (@Montreal) March 9, 2022
It offers a little taste of the European lifestyle and architecture we’re lucky enough to admire without crossing a border.
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— flair airlines (@FlairAirlines) March 5, 2022
Visit in the fall or early winter for a better price and fewer crowds. Sometime in October or November is probably best, though it’ll be cold in Montreal, so pack accordingly.
That means lots of big jackets, water-proof clothing, layers, hats, and mittens. Bring non-slip, snow-proof boots too or you’ll probably have to buy them while you’re there.
Difficult day today at home in Montréal the joys of winter pic.twitter.com/AeAHVGAmLf
— ion stratan fully vaccinated (@ionstratan5) March 3, 2022
For a Vancouver flight deal on the afternoon of Halloween, or several dates in November, book a ticket to Montreal for $59 one way and the same price back. With taxes and fees, the total for a round-trip comes to about $120.
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It’s incredibly tempting, and the tickets won’t last long, so act fast to make it to Montreal before 2023.