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While I have heard there are nonstop flights between one of the 3 Washington DC airports and Vancouver (YVR) I have never in practice been able to find one. Are there any regular nonstop flights between Washington DC and Vancouver Canada?

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There is a seasonal flight between IAD (Washington Dulles) and YVR (Vancouver International) by United Airlines/Air Canada. Here's an example search on Kayak.

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Thanks, is there some way to find out what the season is for this type of flight? I suppose I've never found one to date because the date ranges I've searched were not "in season". If I knew the season with direct flights I may arrange my travel differently. – Stimy May 2 '14 at 19:34
@Stimy These days, as timetables are either not published or only apply for a few weeks ahead, you need to use trial and error with a tool which lets you search flights regardless of seat availability. I asked to return nonstop flights for a 28-day trip beginning any time in the month after May 28, ignoring availability. The only nonstop, UA1150 (codeshare AC5309/AC5389), operates from 5 June to 18 August, inclusive. – choster May 2 '14 at 21:15

Rome2Rio says that united offers direct connections.

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