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Vancouver International Airport

Vancouver International Airport is Canada's West Coast hub and the country's second-busiest airport, with 17 million passengers a year strolling through its three terminals.

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Distance from city centre

12 km (7.5 miles) south-west of Vancouver.

Airport parking

The airport offers hourly and daily parking facilities in the Parkade, right next to the terminals. Long-term parking is found in the Economy Lot, adjacent to the Parkade, and with access to the terminals under partially covered walkways. The cheapest on-site parking is found at the Long-Term Parking Lot, which is served by free shuttle bus to and from the terminals. A valet-parking service is also offered at both the domestic and international terminals, at a higher price. 

Specific airport features

If you need any help navigating the airport's terminals, ask a Green Coat volunteer for assistance. Be prepared for a long wait when you reach immigration.

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Specific airport features

If you need any help navigating the airport's terminals, ask a Green Coat volunteer for assistance. Be prepared for a long wait when you reach immigration.

Airport transfer

Amsterdam -Schiphol

Paris -Charles de Gaulle


KLM operates out of the International Terminal, with flights bound for Dutch destinations. Fly to Amsterdam Schiphol to connect with long-haul and pan-European flights.

These are useful guidelines only – always check in advance to find out which terminal your flight departs from. 

Transport between terminals

It is a 15-minute walk between the international and domestic terminals. The free South Terminal Shuttle connects all three terminals.

International Terminal

All flights to and from all other international destinations, including the U.S., operate out of the International Terminal. To check-in, go to level 3.

Domestic Terminal

Flights to destinations within Canada depart from the Domestic Terminal. Check-in is found on level 3 of the building.

South Terminal

Small regional airlines operate out of the South Terminal; together with the Floatplane Facility it forms the Airport South.

Number of terminals


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