Cheap Flights from Vancouver: London Round-Trip Deal

Locals looking to visit England can do so without taking a pre-departure coronavirus test now – but tickets to this iconic destination aren’t always affordable.

Tickets to London often cost upwards of CAD$1,200 return, depending on the flexibility of your travel dates. Although there are summer travel tickets available for around $900 CAD, they are in short supply.

For travelers who are willing to wait until early fall, Icelandair offers several inexpensive flights from Vancouver to “The Big Smoke” for less than CA$700 including all taxes, with a few options under CA$650. round trip.

For example, a return ticket departing from Vancouver on Monday, October 3 and returning on Tuesday, October 25 costs $648.36 CAD including taxes and fees; it only includes a short layover in the airline’s hub city of Reykjavik, also in Iceland.

Photo via Google Flights

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Photo via Google Flights

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Photo via Icelandair

Cheap flights from Vancouver: Discover the magic of London

For Vancouverites looking to travel to Europe, England offers a plethora of some of the world’s most famous attractions, including Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, the National Gallery and more. Tourists will also find many restaurants, galleries and shops.

Effective March 18, England removed all remaining restrictions on international travel for all passengers.

You can book your ticket with Icelandair.

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