Locals looking to fly back east to the "city of saints" still have a couple of options under $100 in 2022 — but they'll have to act quickly.
While many of the direct flights from Vancouver and Montreal have increased in price, there are still a few tickets left that won't break the bank. But you might have to be a little flexible with your dates, according to Google Flights.
If you're looking to fly to Quebec this summer in July or August, you'll be looking at fares starting at $204 CAD for a one-way ticket. For round-trip airfare, prices start at $459 CAD.
Prices will drop significantly by September, however: a round-trip ticket from Vancouver (YVR) to Montreal (YUL) costs as little as $255 CAD on select dates.
But if you want to see fares under $100, you'll have to book in the fall. For example, Flair Airlines has a couple of late-October offerings for under $89 CAD including all taxes and fees.
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