Flyover Canada Spring Break- Your 2024 Guide to Adventure & Savings

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Are you looking to take to the skies this spring vacation all while staying local? Add a Flyover Canada Spring Break adventure to your itinerary!

Flyover in Vancouver has the perfect solution. For the first time they are offering you the ability to Flyover Hawaii, California, Nevada, or Alberta, giving you the choice of shows (and better yet at a discount for BC locals). I’ve had the fortune of seeing all of these shows but they typically run one show per season, so I like being able to choose a favourite that I either haven’t seen or want to see again and then head out. 

Whether this is your first time visiting Flyover in Vancouver or you’re looking for the perfect adventure this Spring Break I’ve put together this guide to help you plan (and score a valid Flyover coupon!). 

What to Expect at Flyover – Spring Break 2024

a red float plane flies over the rocky mountains
Photo Credit: Flyover

For the 2024 Spring Break, Flyover is inviting travelers to step aboard and choose their destination with three shows to choose from:

Alberta – Windborne: Call of the Canadian Rockies

a scenic aerial view of a blue coloured lake and the canadian rocky mountains, part of the Flyover Canada Spring Break experience
Photo Credit: Flyover

Proudly Canadian, this flight takes to the skies over the world-renowned Canadian Rockies and travels around Alberta showcasing the majestic beauty of the province. “Windborne connects you with scenery that has inspired adventure since time immemorial. Beyond the alpine beauty, you’ll discover the spirit of the mountains from the people who call the Canadian Rockies home”.

Learn more about this show by reading our detailed article here!

Hawaii From Above

scenic aerial view of a hawaiian island, part of the Flyover Canada Spring Break ride
Photo Credit: Flyover

There’s nothing like soaring over the seas that surround Hawaii, taking in the sights, sounds, and smells of the magical islands. From Waikiki Beach to the Road to Hana, you’ll spot well-known sights and be taken into the lesser-known secluded areas in the Hawaiian backcountry. 

Wonders of the American West

a sunset aerial view of the grand canyon, part of the Flyover Canada Spring Break adventure

The American West is inviting you to an epic adventure. Areas like Lake Tahoe, Zion National Park, the Grand Canyon, and the Mojave Desert are showcased in this rugged and epic immersive adventure.

Flyover Film Trailers

Having a hard time trying to decide which film to see? Flyover has trailers for each show to help you decide, here’s a link to check them out here.

Flyover Spring Break Tickets

a listing of the ticket prices for Flyover Canada Spring Break
Photo Credit: Flyover

One thing I love about the upcoming Spring Break shows is that you can bundle up your shows and attend more than one flight for a significant discount! So you don’t have to make the difficult decision of having to choose only one show, you can catch multiple flights! Take a peek at the offers (and extra bonus if you’re a BC Resident). Be sure to check out the next section of this blog for a Flyover discount code.

Flyover Discount

Are you looking for a Flyover discount code? Well, you’ve come to the right place. As a valued reader and supporter of my blog, I’m happy to hook you up with a 20% off Flyover Discount Code. Use code FlyOverCan20 at checkout to receive this discount!

Flyover Releases New Brand

During your Spring Break visit, you may notice that Flyover Canada’s look underwent a makeover and is now just referred to as Flyover. “The new ‘Flyover’ identity is designed to complement the unique and awe-inspiring adventure that Flyover has consistently delivered, while sparking a sense of discovery in everyone.” – Pursuit

Did you know?: Vancouver is just one of four incredible Flyover experiences, other locations include Las Vegas, Reykjavík and Chicago (which just opened on March 1!).

Flyover Canada Spring Break FAQs

guests enjoying the Flyover Canada Spring Break experience
Photo Credit: Flyover

Do you need to book in advance to visit Flyover?

With the variation of shows (and the coupon code that you can only use online) it is recommended that you book online. Popular dates and times do tend to fill up so if you need to go at a specific date and time I recommend booking in advance.

When is Flyover Vancouver open?

Flyover in Vancouver is open: Monday to Thursday from 11 am to 7 pm, and Friday to Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm. Please note that they do close for private functions occasionally so it’s best to book your tickets in advance so you can be sure to get the date and time that you want.

How long is the Flyover Ride?

The whole Flyover experience lasts about 40 minutes, with the pre-show taking about 10 minutes, the actual flight about 15, and then transition time in between activities. I love exploring the souvenir shop as it’s always being updated to the show’s theme. The on-site cafe is also a great place to enjoy some eats and treats as it has one of the best views of the Vancouver waterfront.

Is Flyover worth it?

The biggest complaint that many people have is that the show isn’t long enough, and that’s a testament to how great the flight is, as it leaves you wanting more. The tickets average around $40 for a 40-minute experience, which compared to other local attractions is right on par with activity pricing. 

We do love the experience and we often pair it with a day downtown, checking out restaurants and visiting Stanley Park.

How much does Flyover cost?

The average ticket price is approximately $40 but can vary based on when you book and if you are paying for an adult or a child seat (and if you use our coupon code!). Prices vary by about $5 so it’s best to book in advance if you want to secure those extra savings.

Where to get Flyover Tickets

The easiest way to get tickets is directly from their website, allowing you to skip the ticket booth when you arrive and head right into the pre-flight lineup.

What is the minimum height for riding at Flyover Canada?

Children must be a minimum of 102 cm (or 40 inches) tall to safely ride at Flyover Vancouver.

What is the age limit for Flyover?

Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian aged 14 years or older when visiting Flyover.

How many seats are there in a Flyover ride?

There are 61 seats “on board” for the Flyover experience.

Is there a weight limit on Flyover?

There is no weight limit on the Flyover rides. The seats are 21 inches wide which is larger than a standard airplane seat, and seatbelts extend out as well. If you are interested in seeing what the seats look like check out the show trailer for a quick behind-the-scenes look.

Do the seats move at Flyover?

Yes! The seats move a LOT! Due to 6DOF motion technology, they can move in all directions and on all axes. This puts you right in the front of the plane moving up and down, side to side, and even front to back! This is why it’s called a ride and not a show!

Is Flyover scary?

The shows are not scary but they do encourage adrenaline, which is the best part about the show! From soaring heights to swooping through the clouds, the 4D experience gives you a sensory feeling that you are an eagle flying through the trees! It’s a fun feeling but not scary.

What is the Flyover Place Address?

Flyover Vancouver can be found at: #201 – 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC V6C 3E1

If you are feeling lost about what to do with the kids during the upcoming spring vacation, be sure to add a Flyover Canada Spring Break adventure to your list of things to do. Take to the skies and discover new places without having to pack a suitcase!

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Jami Savage
Jami Savage
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