BY AIR: The Vancouver International Airport serves over 15 million passengers, and has repeatedly been rated as one of the top 10 airports in the world. Serving more than 40 airlines and operating 17 International and 22 US scheduled flights a day, there are limitless options in flying to Vancouver.  Vancouver is just about 4 hours away by air from Chicago, 5 hours from New York City, 2 hours from Los Angeles, 9 hours from Europe, 10-14 hours from Asia, 14 hours from South America.  Northwest Airlines, United, and American Airlines offer frequent flights into Vancouver from major US cities.

BY LAND:
Take your time. Stop along the way. Explore the countryside. Getting to and around Vancouver by car is easily accessible, with spectacular views! Highway 1, the Trans-Canada Highway, accesses Vancouver from points east. If planning a driving tour, allow 12 hours from Calgary and five days from Montreal. Vancouver is only three hours north of Seattle. Take the Interstate 5, which becomes Highway 99 at the United States-Canada border.

BY WATER:
Whether traveling to Vancouver Island, cruising to Alaska, or simply enjoying the views and fresh air, sailing on the spectacular Pacific Ocean is a highlight of visiting Vancouver! BC Ferries provides regularly scheduled passenger and vehicle service between Vancouver, Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and other parts of coastal British Columbia.

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