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If I arrive on Air Canada from Whitehorse and leave on Air Canada from Vancouver to Europe is 1h enough to change flights? Thank you
Yes, that is enough time. All you have to do is go from your arrival gate to your departure gate.
Our flight from Honolulu on Hawaiian Air (booked on Air Canada Web) arrive Vancouver at 7:10am....I have a connecting flight (Air Canada)to Calgary at 8:30am. Will this give me enough time to get through customs/immigration and get to my flight?
Yes, that should be just enough time if everything goes smoothly.
This Saturday, I'm scheduled to fly from Toronto to Calgary, then Calgary to Kelowna, then finally Kelowna to Vancouver. I booked through a third party agency and I didn't realize I would only get a 30 min layover in Kelowna to make it to my final flight to Vancouver. I'm worried, is this enough time for me and my checked baggage to make it to the next flight? I'd appreciate any input / advice.
Is it two separate reservations or one reservation?
It's under one reservation :/
Then 30 minutes in Kelowna should be enough time. it's a small airport.
My flight is at 1:10pm on a friday.. Will I be able to catch the flight if I reach YVR at 12pm
I would try to get there earlier than that. China Southern recommends arriving 90 minutes before your flight.
Hi, I'm flying Heathrow to Vancouver via LAX with Air Canada. do I have to collect and recheck in my luggage or will this be checked through the entire way?

Note that your Heathrow-LAX flight will be operated by United. So you will arrive in Terminal 6, go through US Immigration, claim your baggage, go through US Customs, then re-check your bag with United/Air Canada. Then you will have to walk across the center of the airport or take the terminal shuttle bus to Terminal 2 where your Air Canada flight will depart.