Find the cheapest flight to Calgary

While the Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal airports are Canada’s busiest, Calgary International Airport (airport code YYC) is #4 on the list, serving more than 12 million people in 2007. The Calgary airport, situated only 17 miles from downtown, serves not only the city of Calgary but the greater region.

From Calgary you can get to several major airports throughout Canada, the United States and Europe. The Calgary airport is the home base for WestJet Airlines and a focus city for Air Canada. For passengers traveling from Canada to the U.S., Calgary is one of the Canadian airports which has pre-clearance facilities for the U.S. border, making it easier to get through border control in your arrival city.

A full list of the destinations served from Calgary is here, the list of airlines flying to and from Calgary airport is here, and you can track both incoming and outgoing flights here. The shops and restaurants that will help you kill time (and drain your wallet) while you wait for your flight are listed here, along with the services available at the airport – like a currency exchange, a hair salon, a massage station, a pharmacy, a UPS store, and a luggage wrap facility. There is also a luggage and coat storage facility at the Information Booth on the arrivals level, which you can read more about here.

Your ground transportation options to and from Calgary International Airport are taxis, buses, shuttles, limousines and car rentals. You can learn more about all these choices here.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to Calgary, and then read about what to do and where to stay once you get there.