Take a magical flight to the North Pole with FlyOver Canada + #Giveaway

Flyover Canada

Join Santa Claus on a simulated flight across Canada and then on to the North Pole in this treasured holiday tradition at Canada Place!

Vancouver’s must-see attraction, FlyOver® Canada, will transform into a magical winter wonderland this Christmas season, from November 27, 2015 to January 5, 2016 at Canada Place. Guests will have fun helping Santa Claus search for his missing elves during the exhilarating flight across Canada, and on to the North Pole. Riders may even be able to catch a whiff of Mrs. Claus’ baking as they swoop over her Gingerbread factory, yum! 

“Our entire team puts huge effort into the transformation of FlyOver® Canada, turning our space into a winter wonderland,” says Lisa Adams, Director, Operations and Sales of Soaring Attractions LP. “Not only will the entire family enjoy a magical, seasonal experience, complete with twinkling lights and Christmas music, guests will also enjoy a flight to the North Pole and over Santa’s workshop! With our Christmas edition we feel we’ve captured the city’s Christmas spirit, creating one of Vancouver’s not-to-be-missed holiday events.”

The FlyOver® Canada attraction is a flight simulation ride that takes guests on a breathtaking aerial tour over some of Canada’s spectacular landscapes using the latest in ride flight technology. Guests sit suspended 10 to 25 feet above the ground in specialized ride vehicles, with their legs dangling, as they move in concert with the film. With the addition of special effects (scent, mist, wind), riders actually feel like they are flying as every one of their senses is engaged in this interactive ride!

Event Details:

When: November 27, 2015 – January 5, 2016
Where: Canada Place, 999 Canada Place
Tickets:
General Admission: 
Adults (18 years & over): $19.95
Youth & Senior (13-17, 65+): $17.95
Children (12 & under): $14.95
FastLane:
Adults (18 years & over): $22.95
Youth & Senior (13-17, 65+): $20.95
Children (12 & under): $17.95

More information: www.flyovercanada.com

As part of Christmas at FlyOver Canada, riders will be treated to the following limited-time-only features:

Santa Claus, himself, will be on site to greet guests and hear their Christmas wish list, December 12, 13, 19, and 21 – 24.

• Live musical performances by community, school, and group choirs from 12pm-3pm daily

• Delicious, holiday snacks and refreshments will be on sale, including Swiss-style nuts, Slavic Rolls, cotton candy, caramel apples, hot chocolate, and more!

A fun and festive seasonal adventure, Christmas at FlyOver® Canada is the perfect way to ring in the holiday season with the entire family. Children must be at least 102cm (40”) to participate on the ride. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian aged 14 years or older.

In celebration of Christmas at FlyOver® Canada – and in partnership with Air North, Yukon’s Airline – the public is invited to enter to win an experience of a lifetime for four to Whitehorse, Yukon. The city is home to some of the most breathtaking sights in Canada, and is the ultimate place to view one of the most sought after Northern experiences, the aurora borealis. The phenomenal prize includes return flights for four to Whitehorse, two nights accommodation, an aurora borealis viewing adventure, and more! For prizing and entry details please visit: flyovercanada.com.

Once you’ve headed over to enter to win a once in a lifetime trip with Flyover Canada, make sure to come back here for your chance to win 4 passes to Flyover Canada – just in time for Christmas! Contest is open to residents of British Columbia, contest ends December 4th, 2015 at 8:00am, winner must claim their prize by December 5th or a new winner will be drawn.

How to enter (3 entries)

That’s it! Good luck!

92 Comments


  1. Following on Twitter @ceilidhf

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  2. Flyover in Vancouver opened in June 2013

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  3. I learned that its a moving attraction with your feet dangling and feels like you are really flying!!! This would be a great prize to win just in time for our family Christmas activity

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  4. fly over canada coast to coast over 6,000km

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  5. The motion seating and special effects which include wind, scents and mist, combine to make you feel as if you truly are flying!

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  6. @jillkenny100

    The motion seating and special effects including wind, scents and mist combine to make you feel as if you truly are flying!

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  7. I learned that for just a few dollars more, you can spare yourself the wait and get express entry

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  8. now following bcmomdot.ca on twitter

    userid cotec007

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  9. now following flyovercanada on twitter

    userid cotec007

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  10. You will hang suspended, your feet dangling, before a 20-metre spherical screen

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  11. I follow @bcmomdotca and @flyovercanada on twitter. @travelbuds

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  12. I learned that you are suspended with your feet dangling (yikes).

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  13. I am @brighterdaysc on Twitter

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  14. That the Slavic Roll truck will be there! We love them!!

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  15. Following you guys @muppettymuppet

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  16. The ride is good for both young children and seniors. Their oldest rider to date is 104 years old!

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  17. There’s a 20 metre spherical screen!

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  18. Followed both on twitter (username: brych0)

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  19. Learnt that the ride has special effects like scent and wind!
    Tweeted and following both on Twitter. My username @therealcuteba

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  20. I follow both accounts on twitter @DanaQueen69.

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  21. I visited Fly Over Canada. I learned that you will hang suspended, your feet dangling, before a 20-metre spherical screen! Wohoo!!

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  22. I learned it opened in 2013. @marsaloon

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  23. one thing I learned is that there will be motion seating and effects such as wind in the hair or mist on your face

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  24. I am following both accounts @dianexto

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  25. I learned that the ride is 15-20 minutes!

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  26. I followed BCmom and flyovercanada! name: @nomnombearinyvr

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  27. it includes wind and scents to make it feel like you are really flying

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  28. following on Twitter @lilsprrow

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  29. I learned that the ride starts every 15 to 20 minutes, convenient.

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  30. following on twitter @rolandmoustache

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  31. i did not know about the fact it included special effects!

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  32. I ollow @bcmomdotca and @flyovercanada on twitter @imheckifiknow

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  33. I learned that the experience lasts approximately 25 minutes – and it looks like SO MUCH FUN!

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  34. Twitter user name: @salexis, I’m a Follower!

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  35. The ride itself is about 8 minutes long.

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  36. I’m following on Twitter as @skyalive1976

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  37. I learned we will fly right over Santa’s workshop!!! 😉

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  38. You’ll fly around Canada without leaving Vancouver BC. That’s awesome!

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  39. @Littleleongs is now following @bcmomdotca and @flyovercanada

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  40. @Littleleongs retweeted 😃
    RT: I’m entering to win 4 tix to Christmas at @flyovercanada from @bcmomdotca & you could win… bcmom.ca/take-magical-f… via @bcmomdotca

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  41. I learned they have an express lane

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  42. I learned that they are open everyday from 10am to 9pm!

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  43. I followed @bcmomdotca and @flyovercanada on twitter. My twitter handle is @belladesjardins

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  44. The journey covers more than 6000km!

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  45. Flyover Canad’s oldest passenger to date was 104 years old!!

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  46. Following @bcmomdotca and @flyovercanada on twitter (@kiwinvan)

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  47. I follow @bcmomdotca and @flyovercanada on twitter I’m @cdnmom2boys

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  48. i learned its an 8 minute ride

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  49. i followed on twitter @aarbear251

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  50. Flyover in Vancouver opened in June 2013

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  51. I learned that Fly Over Canada is located in Canada Place and they have bag storage.

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  52. Flyover Canada experience lasts about 25 minutes.
    @cathylipke
    Followed @flyovercanada and @bcmomdotca

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  53. Flyover Canada uses a 20-metre spherical screen.

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  54. They also have an express entry for a surcharge so you don’t have to wait in line.

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  55. followed both on twitter! @ariellechiu

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  56. I learned that I can hang suspended, your feet dangling, before a 20-metre spherical screen. Now that sounds like fun!!

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    1. I’m following on Twitter @wendi987

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  57. I learned that for a small surcharge I can get express entry, avoiding line-ups.

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  58. I earned that Flyover Canada uses a 20-metre spherical screen! Sounds cool!

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