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Flights to Canada in 2023

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Popular inAugustHigh demand for flights, 10% potential price rise
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Cheapest inOctoberBest time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
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Average priceS$ 1,444Average for return flights in March 2023
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Return fromS$ 1,082From Singapore Changi to Toronto
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One-way fromS$ 703One-way flight from Singapore Changi (SIN) to Canada
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S$ 910 - S$ 1,751





Singapore ChangiVancouver Intl



Singapore Changi


2 stops32h 46m

Vancouver Intl


2 stops40h 50m

S$ 910

Singapore ChangiVancouver Intl



Singapore Changi


1 stop18h 45m

Vancouver Intl


1 stop20h 45m

S$ 981

Singapore ChangiVancouver Intl



Singapore Changi


2 stops41h 33m

Vancouver Intl


1 stop32h 45m

S$ 1,058

Singapore ChangiVancouver Intl



Singapore Changi


1 stop32h 20m

Vancouver Intl


1 stop19h 25m

S$ 1,190

Singapore ChangiToronto Pearson Intl



Singapore Changi


2 stops27h 14m

Toronto Pearson Intl


2 stops27h 40m

S$ 1,227

Singapore ChangiVancouver Intl



Singapore Changi


2 stops43h 57m

Vancouver Intl


1 stop19h 15m

S$ 1,301

Singapore ChangiCalgary



Singapore Changi


2 stops21h 20m



2 stops22h 20m

S$ 1,751

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What is the cheapest month to fly to Canada?

The cheapest ticket to Canada found for each month in 2023 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.


S$ 1,165


S$ 1,155


S$ 1,480


S$ 1,463


S$ 1,471


S$ 1,608


S$ 1,522


S$ 2,023


S$ 1,219


S$ 1,023


S$ 1,226


S$ 1,687

At the present moment the cheapest month to fly to Canada is currently October; with August being the most expensive. Prices will vary depending on multiple factors such as booking in advance, airline and departure airports and times.

When is the best time to fly to Canada?

Average Canada flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2023 and 2024 by month



S$ 1,149 - S$ 2,202



-6 - 21 °C



51 - 83 mm

When is the best time to book a flight to Canada?

To ensure you get the cheapest price possible for a flight to Canada, you should look to book at least 60 days in advance of your intended travel date. The price of your flight may increase if you delay and leave booking until a week or so before departure.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Canada?

The cheapest flights to Canada are usually found when departing on a Tuesday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Wednesday.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Canada?

At the moment, flights in the morning are likely to offer the best value for money for your Canada trip. A flight in the afternoon will more often than not be of higher cost.

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Canada?

Popular flight destinations in Canada include Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary and Edmonton.

Canada virtually owns the rights to the words “great outdoors”. It is second only to Russia in terms of land size and its climate, which varies from temperate in the south to subarctic and arctic in the far north, means that most of the population (about 30 million) live in the south along the border with the US. This leaves vast tracts of land that are under-populated and unspoilt.

In the east, Toronto, Ottawa (in Ontario) and Montreal (Quebec) give way to lakes and rivers, national parks and the rugged Atlantic coast. In the west, a journey through British Columbia could take several weeks such is the diversity on offer – from swimming at the beaches of Vancouver to skiing at Whistler, taking the ferry to Victoria (B.C.’s capital) and outlying islands and exploring the interior. Hop over to the next province – Alberta – for a trip to the majestic Rockies.

Cheap flights to Canada land in the biggest cities – Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa and Calgary. The cities are clean, green, and extremely livable. Canadians know how to make life easier; the cities are safe, getting around on public transport is a pleasure, and Canada’s tolerant multiculturalism ensures bustling and exciting city centres.

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Canada climate

Canada is an enormous country and its climate ranges from long, cold winter nights in the Arctic Circle to the mild seasons of British Columbia. Both Montreal and Quebec City have warm summers that can become hot and humid. The cities’ winter season lasts from October to early May with cold and snow. You‘ll find the warmest summers in Toronto. The bitter winter cold has become part of the country’s culture. In Ottawa you can enjoy the warm summer days, but head inside to escape the chilly nights that can drop below zero degrees. Snow starts to fall in October and temperatures can drop close to zero.

Getting around Canada

Given the huge distances between cities, flying is a good option. CanJet serves 15 destinations in Canada and the US including St. John’s, Halifax, Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Air Canada Jazz, a regional airline, serves more than 70 destinations in Canada and the US.

The train offers a good way to see the countryside, and VIA Rail Canada offers several packages for intrepid travellers. The one most often recommended however is the Canrailpass, which offers 12 days’ travel anywhere in Canada during a 30-day period.

Renting a car can give you the freedom to follow your own itinerary. Car rental companies are represented at all the major airports.

What is good to know if travelling to Canada?

  • Although not well-known, Canada’s capital is a charming cosmopolitan city and possibly the most British of the Canadian cities. Downtown Ottawa has renovated Victorian houses serving as homes, restaurants, and shops. The architecture and historical significance of the Parliamentary buildings attract visitors, as does strolling along the Rideau Canal and watching boats go through its eight locks.
  • Vancouver is a cosmopolitan city known for its natural beauty and mild climate. As a year-round tourist destination, there’s always something to do: water and land sports and film, jazz, folk, and theatre festivals. Vancouver also offers opera, ballet, symphony, and an exciting nightlife. Vancouver will be hosting the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
  • Parts of Canada are transformed into winter wonderlands by the snowy weather and several cities make the most of the big freeze including Quebec City (Winter Carnival and its ice hotel), Montreal (High Lights festival) and Ottawa (Winterlude, a winter carnival) to name just three.
  • On Sundays, entire families do the Grouse Grind in Vancouver. An almost 3-km trail takes you up the face of Grouse Mountain, more than 900 metres (nearly 3,000 feet). If you are fit, it should take about 50 minutes. Hike up, but take the gondola down to protect your knees of course.
  • Visitors to Montreal should take note of the “Sunday Tam-Tams” in Mount Royal. Tam-tams are a type of hand drum, and hundreds of Montrealers and visitors turn up on summer Sundays to play around the monument to Sir George-Etienne Cartier.
  • As well as nearby Niagara Falls, Toronto claims the world’s tallest building. The CN Tower stands at 553 metres (1,815 feet). Once at the top – by elevator naturally – there is plenty to do including walking on a glass floor, eating at the revolving restaurant and enjoying the view.
  • Bring your Stetson. The Calgary Stampede takes place in July, and is the province’s most popular tourist attraction. It features a rodeo, chuckwagon races, concert and amusement park.
  • If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in Canada, a popular site for user reviews is Trivago. Take a look at their pages on hotels in Vancouver, hotels in Ottawa or hotels in Montreal.

Popular regions to fly to in Canada

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