Vancouver, Canada Airports & Charter Routes

Private Jet Vancouver, Canada

Picture yourself skiing Grouse Mountain, skimboarding the Spanish Banks, and hiking over the Capilano River all at the same destination. Truth be told, this city is among one of the most beautiful in the world. Fringed by the ocean, speckled in mountainous glory, and complemented by lush rainforest — this is Vancouver, Canada.

No matter the season, Grouse Mountain is a wonderland of adventure and fresh air. Clear days and a gondola provide visitors with an unforgettable panoramic view of the entire city. With a private jet to Vancouver in the winter, you’ve landed in a snowy wonderland where skiing, skating, and snowboarding are a blast.

In the summer, the mountain provides hikers with a multitude of trails, in particular, the iconic Grouse Grind. This is sometimes referred to as Mother Nature’s StairMaster, as the path leads adventurers over eight hundred meters through the alpine, treating those who finish with sweeping views of Vancouver.

For those looking for less adrenaline and more tranquility, charter a private flight to Vancouver and relax at one of the many well-manicured parks. Queen Elizabeth Park is a local favorite, attracting over five million people to its refreshing landscape every year. It features rose gardens, an exotic bird conservatory, an arboretum, and a dancing water fountain display.

Museumgoers are in luck, as the city is home to several world-class exhibits, including UBC’s Museum of Anthropology. Displaying art from all around the world, the museum is known for its ethnographic and archaeological items from Asia, Africa, Europe, and the South Pacific.

As one of the most multicultural cities in the world, foodies can charter a private jet to Vancouver and indulge in just about any cuisine they may desire. Though the culinary talent fills the town with global scents and flavors, the Asian influence is top-notch. Dive into banh mi, dim sum, fresh seafood, or even Fraser Valley lamb.

Whether you’re looking for culinary hotspots, mother nature’s beauty, or plan to go museum hunting, this city has something for every kind of globetrotter. Leave the hassle of flying private to us and book your next private jet to Vancouver with Evo.

Private Jet Airports in Vancouver, Canada

  • Vancouver International Airport (CYVR / YVR) — This is the second busiest airport in Canada, often described as a trans-Pacific hub. It’s been awarded Skytrax’s Best North American Airport for several years in a row.
  • Vancouver/Boundary Bay (CZBB / YDT) — Nine miles from Vancouver in British Columbia, this airport specializes in general aviation, ensuring your private travel needs are always met.
  • Pitt Meadows Regional Airport (CYPK) — As the fourth busiest airport in Lower Mainland, this general aviation facility is perfect to avoid the chaos and congestion of commercial travel.

Popular Private Jet Charters to Vancouver, Canada

Charter Pricing

Cost to charter a private jet to Vancouver, Canada

The cost to charter a private jet can range widely, and is based mostly on flight time and the type of aircraft. A charter flight from Los Angeles to Vancouver, Canada will cost $21,000 or more in a Light Jet, for example.

Please note: Due to rapidly rising costs and unprecedented demand, the pricing listed below may be outdated. Please use our cost calculator for real-time pricing and to submit your trip requests. Thank you for flying with evoJets!

Here are some target prices for private jet charter flights to/from Vancouver, Canada that we aim to offer our clients:

To/From Location Target Price (One-Way) Aircraft Type Max Passengers
Los Angeles$21,000Light Jet6-8
San Francisco$15,000Light Jet6-8
Las Vegas$23,000Midsize Jet7-9
Aspen$20,000Light Jet6-8

Aircraft Available

With an in-network fleet of thousands, we have a variety of aircraft available in almost every city in the country.

Inventory can change by the day, but here is a list of aircraft commonly available for Vancouver private jet charters:

  • King Air 90
  • King Air 200
  • Phenom 100
  • Citation CJ2
  • Beechjet 400A
  • Lear 60
  • Hawker 700
  • Citation X
  • Falcon 900
  • Gulfstream G-400

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Charter FAQ

Do we need to clear customs on a charter flight from Portland to Vancouver?

Yes. We can collect passport information well in advance of your trip to streamline the process, but you will need to clear customs when you land. Often the customs agent(s) can board your aircraft and perform a clearance while you sit comfortably in the cabin.

Do you have small aircraft available in Oregon and Washington that can fly to Vancouver?

Absolutely. We have a range of aircraft from 4-seat single-engine planes up to spacious 9-person turboprop aircraft available all throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Do you offer private jet service in Canada, stopping only in Canadian cities?

Yes we do! Our network of aircraft is global, and we fly internationally on every continent, as long as the airport conditions meet our rigorous safety standards.

What type of aircraft should I use for my charter flight to Vancouver?

Vancouver’s airports can support all types and sizes of private jets. The aircraft you choose should be tailored to the distance you are flying, the number of passengers and amount of baggage you’re bringing along, as well as your budget and preferences.

The following table shows the average ranges (in statute miles and flight hours) for all the major aircraft types, as well as their average cubic ft. of baggage space:

Average Range
(St. Miles)
Average Range
(Flight Hrs)
Baggage Space
(cu. Ft)
Turboprop 1,000-2,000 2.5-3.5 50-80
Very Light Jet 1,300-1,600 2.5-3.0 40-60
Light Jet 1,200-2,000 3.0-4.0 50-80
Midsize Jet 2,000-3,000 3.5-4.5 60-90
Supermidsize Jet 3,000-4,000 4.0-5.0 70-100
Heavy Jet 3,500-5,000 5.0-7.5 115-225

Please note that the above values are averages across a series of aircraft; specific ranges and baggage space may fall outside of these estimates in certain cases.

Travel Guide

Luxury Hotels in Vancouver, Canada

  • Pan Pacific Vancouver
  • Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver
  • Hotel Fairmont Pacific Rim
  • Loden Hotel

Restaurants in Vancouver, British Columbia

  • Five Sails Restaurant
  • Bacchus
  • Blue Water Cafe
  • Lupo Restaurant
  • Miku

Arts, Sights, and Culture in Vancouver, BC, Canada

As such a happening place for the film industry, Vancouver’s list of shows and theaters knows no bounds. The city also offers many other art, culture, and history sites to explore and enjoy, which include:

  • Grouse Mountain
  • Stanley Park
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • Granville Island
  • Queen Elizabeth Park

Outdoor Adventures in Vancouver, BC Canada

If you feel the need to get outside and partake in some sports and recreation, Vancouver has much to offer. From charter fishing to ecotourism to golf and country clubs, you are sure to find an activity to enjoy. Some of the local options are:

  • Bites-On Salmon Charters
  • Furry Creek Golf & Country Club
  • Skydive Vancouver
  • Meadow Gardens Golf Course
  • Lotus Land Tours

Weather in Vancouver, BC Canada

Vancouver has mild to warm summers, with temperatures ranging into the 70s. July and August tie for warmest month of the year at an average maximum temperature of 74 degrees Fahrenheit. The winter climate is very cold, dipping down into the 30s, and the coldest months are January and December, with an average minimum temperature of about 33 degrees. The area typically has dry summer months, and higher precipitation throughout the rest of the year. The wettest month is November, with an average rainfall of 6.58 inches.