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You Can Now Fly To British Columbia From Toronto For $325 Round Trip

Start off the new year with a trip to Canada's beautiful west coast! Just recently, WestJet has reduced the cost of its round trip flights to Abbotsford, BC to $325.

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The flights would depart from John C. Munro International Airport (YHM) near Toronto and would have a 3-hour layover in Calgary each way. The airport is about a 45-min drive from Pearson International Airport, and Abbotsford is about an hour away from Vancouver.

Chris Myden at has disclosed details on how to find this flight deal. Here are his instructions:

Availability for travel: January, February, March 2017

1. Start with this Google Flights search...

Google Flights: Hamilton to Abbotsford, BC

2. Click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and look for cheap date combinations.



Jan 23, 30

Feb 1, 6, 8

Feb 27

Mar 1, 6

RETURN dates

Feb 6, 8, 10

Mar 1, 6, 8

3. Select your flights and click through to the WestJet website

I tried it myself and came up with a few combinations that still offered the $325 flight deal. On the WestJet website, you may have to buy separate tickets for the outbound and return flights, but your total will still come up to $325.

Option 1

Option 2

Happy travelling!


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