Cheap Flights: Austin to/from Calgary or Vancouver $266-$273 r/t – Air Canada / American / Delta / United

[01/07/2019 @ 1:40 PM] Book this fare on: Priceline, BookingBuddy, Travelocity, OrbitzCheapTickets, Expedia, Hotwire.

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United, Delta, AA, and Air Canada, have round-trip flights from Austin (AUS) to Calgary or Vancouver (YYC/YVR) starting at $266 with a connection. Flights mid-January to June. A few weekends available. Origin/Destination reversible.

Note: Carry-on bag is allowed for free on all carriers. Seat selection is free on Star Alliance and Oneworld carriers, but has a fee on SkyTeam.

Note: Carrier availability will depend on the dates you select.

Note: Frontier may offer fares for a little cheaper, but those will be more expensive if you plan on taking a carry-on bag, eating, drinking, or picking a seat, due to their excessive fee structure. We avoid covering Frontier deals unless they are low enough to offset the cost of their fees, and their lack of flights per day.

  • Calgary – Example Dates: (Travelocity / BookingBuddy) Jan 25 – Jan 29 / … / Mar 02 – Mar 06 / Mar 22 – Mar 26 / Apr 19 – Apr 23 / Apr 26 – Apr 30 / May 03 – May 07 / May 10 – May 14 / May 17 – May 21 / May 31 – Jun 04 / Jun 07 – Jun 11 / Jun 15 – Jun 19 / Jun 21 – Jun 25 / Other dates: There are more dates available than the ones we list here, experiment on your own.
  • Vancouver – Example Dates: (Travelocity / BookingBuddy) Jan 25 – Jan 29 / Feb 01 – Feb 05 / Feb 08 – Feb 12 / Feb 15 – Feb 19 / Feb 22 – Feb 26 / Mar 01 – Mar 05 / Mar 23 – Mar 27 / Apr 05 – Apr 09 / Apr 12 – Apr 16 / Apr 19 – Apr 23 / Apr 26 – Apr 30 / May 03 – May 07 / May 10 – May 14 / May 18 – May 22 / Jun 07 – Jun 11 / Jun 21 – Jun 25  / Other dates: There are more dates available than the ones we list here, experiment on your own.

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  • Tips: Different booking websites will often have differing routes, prices, and availability. Before you finalize your purchase, do a quick check on BookingBuddy, Skyscanner, and Kayak to see if any other site or airline is offering a better deal.

I was able to pull this fare up on Travelocity. Screenshot taken when this post was initially created. See timestamps at the top of this post.


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