Getting to Whistler by Airplane
To get to Whistler, you will fly into Vancouver, British Columbia. From there, options include renting a car or using one of the many shuttle services to take you along the magnificent and aptly named Sea-to-Sky Highway to Whistler.
Approximate Flying Times From Major Cities
|City||Approximate Flying Time|
|Atlanta (ATL)||5.25 Hours|
|Chicago (ORD)||5.5 Hours|
|Dallas (DFW)||4 Hours|
|Denver (DEN)||3 Hours|
|Hong Kong (HKG)||12 Hours|
|Houston (IAH)||6 Hours|
|London, England (LHR)||10 Hours|
|Los Angeles (LAX)||3 Hours|
|Miami (MIA)||6 Hours|
|New York (LGA, JFK & EWR)||6 Hours|
|San Jose (SJC)||2 Hours|
|San Francisco (SFO)||2 Hours|
|Sydney, Australia (SYD)||15 Hours|
|Toronto (YYZ)||5 Hours|
Award-Winning Access – YVR
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is an award-winning airport. It has won the SkyTrax award for best airport in North America for 7 consecutive years. YVR is serviced by 55 airlines and has non-stop service to 122 destinations worldwide. YVR is only 2.5 hours away from Whistler via the scenic Sea-to-Sky highway. Once you arrive at YVR, you can rent a car to drive to Whistler, rent a limo, or take a shuttle or coach. There is also convenient taxi service. Day or night, there are numerous ways to get to Whistler efficiently and safely.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Whistler is also an easy drive from Sea-Tac Airport (SEA). Sea-Tac offers competitive deals for domestic US flights, and is a popular choice for travellers making their way to Whistler. The journey by car takes about 5 hours.