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Deal alert: You can fly from Vancouver to Las Vegas for only $99 CAD right now

Las Vegas offers vibrant nightlife, stunning landscapes, and world-class shopping
You can fly directly from Vancouver to Las Vegas for only $99.01 CAD including all taxes and fees in 2021 and 2022 on several dates with Flair Airlines. Photo: Las Vegas ariel view / Shutterstock

Dreaming of laying poolside in the sunshine during the day and enjoying world-class entertainment by night? 

While you always need to keep an eye on how much you spend in Sin City, the destination offers an unparalleled selection of activities to enjoy during a quick getaway. 

Exploring the famous Las Vegas Strip is fun after nightfall, but there are numerous things to do during the day. You can take a dip at a pool party, shop until you drop, enjoy meals at a variety of renowned restaurants, and much more. Just outside of the strip, you can enjoy everything from the Grand Canyon to Old Las Vegas to ghost towns.

Flying with Flair Airlines makes the trip a lighter on your wallet, too. For example, you can fly directly from Vancouver to Las Vegas for only $99.01 CAD including all taxes and fees this winter on several dates. Return flights cost the same, which means you can buy round-trip airfare for under $200 CAD. 

Photo via Flair Airlines

Low-cost carrier Flair Airlines announced Tuesday (Nov. 16) that it will offer a new route connecting Vancouver with Los Cabos in Mexico starting in February 2022

Flair recently added several destinations south of the border from YVR including Las Vegas, Phoenix-Mesa, Hollywood Burbank and Palm Springs. Direct one-way tickets started at $79 to $109 CAD including all taxes and fees. 

COVID-19 self-testing kits for travel 

There are several clinics in the Lower Mainland you can visit to obtain the negative coronavirus test result needed for travel. 

COVID-19 testing for travel may cost upwards of $150 CAD per person, although prices vary. Find out more information about the process and some local companies that provide the tests. 

For testing from the comfort of your home, a Canadian company sells portable self-administered COVID-19 molecular and antigen test kits to avoid the hassle of visiting clinics. Find out more information about the company and its self-testing process

Don't have your Canadian vaccination passport yet?

British Columbians looking to travel now have the option to download the new federal proof of vaccination — but there are a few things to consider before you book a flight. 

On Oct. 29, Canada's vaccine card was made available to B.C. residents looking to travel in Canada and internationally. 

Find out how you can get your federal proof of vaccination

You can browse dates and book tickets with Flair online.