Going to Vancouver airport? Have to pick someone up or looking to catch a flight? There are many mode of conveyance you can use. Here are some creative and comfortable ways of traveling to Vancouver Airport.
Let’s start with the obvious and slightly boring option first. You can travel via car. You can ask a friend or family member to drop you off. The route is simple. Go South from Granville Street to 72nd Avenue. Take a left onto SW Marine Drive Road to Arthur Laing Bride. From there on it becomes simple, the bridge leads straight to McConachie Way and that will take you straight to the Vancouver Airport.
If you want a hassle free ride to the airport, you can take a cab or as they call it “taxi” in Vancouver. The government developed a Taxi Host program in 1996. It will ensure that professional and qualified taxi drivers will drive you to the airport.
This is how you travel in comfort and style. If you have the taste for it, there is no better way to travel to Vancouver airport than a limousine. You will be taking luxurious ride with an electrifying atmosphere - what more can you ask for! In large groups it is extremely cheap on a per person basis.
TransLink is an exceptional bus service that can take you to the airport from Burrard Station in approximately 60 minutes despite all the stops!
SkyTrain is sort of a Canadian transit marvel. A metro system in Greater Vancouver, BC, SkyTrain is rapid as well as comfortable. Most of the times, it runs on elevated tracks that allows its passengers to get a good view of their travels. The fare system can get you from downtown Vancouver to the Airport for $4.
Vancouver is a fun place. Departing from it can be sad. A seamless journey is a perfect way to round off a great Vancouver trip.