Vancouver in a Day – Flightseeing

When it comes to Vancouver flightseeing, the sky’s literally the limit.

So what’s the best, flight plan for your Vancouver and West Coast travels? Really, it all comes down to personal preference, though here are some pointers to keep in mind.

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Vancouver in a Day – Flightseeing

Flying High

Photo: Helijet

…from sea to sky-high that is… but close enough to the tops of buildings that you can practically touch them.

Sightseeing from a helicopter has to be one of the cooler Vancouver travel experiences… up there with floatplanes, zip lining and kayaking. It’s even better when you get the jump seat next to the pilot and have a birds-eye view beside, above, and below you. If you’ve never been in a helicopter before, Helijet’s aerial city-tours (from $99) are a great way to check that item off your bucket-list.

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Flying High

A Bird’s-Eye View: Flightseeing in Vancouver

Snow-capped mountains. Glacial fjords.  Gleaming cityscapes.  Coastal waters studded with deep green islands.  Vancouver is a postcard-perfect city, and one of the best ways to take in all the scenery is by air.  Options range from quick 20-minute flights above the skyline to day-long excursions to distant glacial lakes.

Here are three suggestions:

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A Bird’s-Eye View: Flightseeing in Vancouver

A Bird’s Eye View with West Coast Air

Last week, I had the opportunity to dart away from the office, wander down to the docks, and take flight in a 6-seater single-prop plane with West Coast Air. Have I mentioned that Vancouver is incredible?

My preferred method of transport to Vancouver Island, these float planes also do flight-seeing tours, for those who prefer a bird’s eye view.

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A Bird’s Eye View with West Coast Air