Non-stop flights from Vancouver (CXH)
Vancouver Airport (IATA: CXH, ICAO: CYHC), also known as Vancouver Harbour Water Aerodrome (Coal Harbour Seaplan, is a small airport in Canada with domestic flights only.
At present, there are 8 domestic flights from Vancouver.
The longest flight from Vancouver CXH is a 75 mile (120 km) non-stop route to Tofino YAZ. This direct flight takes around 1 hour and is operated by Borajet.
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Airlines flying from Vancouver
Only one airline is flying from and to Vancouver, which is Borajet.
Popular destinations from Vancouver
Below you can find a list of the most popular destinations from Vancouver, based on the number of scheduled flights for this month.
Intercontinental flights from Vancouver
The following is an overview of all non-stop intercontinental flights operating from Vancouver Harbour Water Aerodrome (Coal Harbour Seaplan (CXH).
* Please note that there are no direct services between Vancouver and Europe, the United States, Southern America, Central America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle-East, Southern Asia, China, Japan, Eastern Asia, South-Eastern Asia, Central Asia or Oceania.
International flights from Vancouver
Currently there are no international flights departing from Vancouver. To get from Vancouver to another country you will need a flight with a stopover, for example through Comox or Nanaimo.
Domestic flights from Vancouver
Flights from Vancouver to Canada
There are several airports within Canada that have domestic flights departing from Vancouver (8 in total).
All direct flights from Vancouver to Comox, Ganges, Maple Bay, Nanaimo, Sechelt, Tofino, Victoria and Whistler are operated by Borajet.
Alternative airports near Vancouver
Below you can find a list of alternative airports to Vancouver (CXH). The nearest airports to Vancouver (CXH) are Vancouver (YVR) and Sechelt (YHS).
Frequently asked questions - FAQ
How many airports are there in Vancouver?
There are 11 airports in Vancouver: Vancouver Harbour Water Aerodrome (Coal Harbour Seaplan (CXH), Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Sechelt Aerodrome (TC: CAX3) (YHS), Ganges Water Aerodrome (TC: CAX6) (YGG), Nanaimo Airport (YCD), Nanaimo Harbour Water Airport (TC: CAC8) (ZNA), Abbotsford International Airport (YXX), Maple Bay Seaplane Base (YAQ), Orcas Island Airport (FAA: ORS) (ESD), Bellingham International Airport (BLI) and Victoria International Airport (YYJ).
What is the best airport to fly from Vancouver?
You have multiple options when flying from Vancouver. Although Vancouver (CXH) might be a convenient airport to depart from, the biggest airport near Vancouver is Vancouver (YVR), Vancouver International Airport, which offers additional flight options.
How many airlines fly from Vancouver?
There is 1 airline flying from Vancouver, which is Borajet, as of September 2021.
Which airlines fly from Vancouver?
Borajet is the only airline flying from Vancouver.
Which alliances are flying from Vancouver?
There are no alliances flying from Vancouver at the moment.
How many nonstop flights are there from Vancouver?
There are roughly 493 flights departing from Vancouver every month (or 112 flights each week), to a total of 8 airports - all within Canada.
What is the official name of Vancouver Airport?
The official name of Vancouver Airport is Vancouver Harbour Water Aerodrome (Coal Harbour Seaplan.
What is the airport code of Vancouver Airport?
The airport code of Vancouver Airport is CXH.
What are the most popular flights from Vancouver?
Victoria, Nanaimo and Ganges are the 3 most popular routes from Vancouver. For a complete overview of all flight routes from Vancouver, please use our flight map.