United Airlines Flights To Vancouver Canada
United Airlines fly to Vancouver, BC Canada. Flights to Vancouver are on either United Express or United Airlines. Of all the US based air carriers, you can fly
non-stop from more US cities to Vancouver on United.
In 2010, United Airlines and Continental announced a merger between the two airlines. The merger was
completed in 2012. In 2011, United unveiled it's new logo which is a combination of the two
brands. The new logo has UNITED in text and to the right is the well known Globe in Continental's logo.
Non-Stop Flights To Vancouver
The following is a list on non-stop flights to Vancouver on United Airlines or their regional carrier, United Express:
Note: Flights and schedules are subject to change, to confirm current flight schedules, here is a link to the airlines current timetable -
United is one of the world's largest airlines. With the merger of Continental they are now the world's second largest airline. Delta Air Lines is the largest.
United's main airport hub is in Chicago, Illinois at O' Hare International Airport. From O' Hare, you can fly non-stop to YVR.
The airline is a founding member of the Star Alliance. Other North American carriers that are a member of this alliance include: Air Canada and US Airways.
The regional carrier for the airline is United Express. As of October 2011, there were 8 regional airlines that operated flights for United Express. The majority
of the flights to Vancouver are operated by Skywest Airlines.
The Vancouver International Airport in British Columbia Canada is located within 8 miles of the city center. If you are staying in a hotel near the airport, many of
the hotels have complimentary shuttle buses. Transportation options include car rental, taxi and rapid rail transit. The Canada Line is a new rapid rail transit link
to downtown from the airport.