Edmonton International Airport
Considered the most important in Canada, it is located 35 km (22 miles) south of the city of Edmonton and serves not only the Edmonton area, but the entire province of Alberta. It operates with domestic and international flights to destinations in the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean and some parts of Europe. It consists of two tracks and a single terminal, together with a hotel. Its facilities include ATMs, duty-free shops and other retail stores, restaurants, art exhibitions, live music performances and playgrounds. An express bus service travels every 30-60 minutes between the airport and the Century Park station.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Located 35 km (22 miles) north of the city of Halifax, in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, it is the eighth with the highest air traffic in the country in terms of passenger traffic. It operates with domestic and international flights to the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe. It is considered one of the best in the world in terms of customer service. It has two tracks and a single terminal with 31 boarding gates. Among the services offered to passengers are: ATMs and a currency exchange office, fast and conventional restaurants, bars, cafes, free WIFI, playgrounds for children and shops. The ground transportation can be done through buses that connect with the city center, as well as with several locations within the Maritime Provinces. Taxi stops are outside the arrival area.
Calgary International Airport
Considered one of the most important in Canada and located 17.7 km northeast of downtown, this airport serves the province of Alberta, from where it operates with domestic and international flights to the United States, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Europe and Extreme East. It has the longest track in Canada, as well as the tallest control tower. It has four tracks and a single terminal with three hallways. Its passenger facilities include shops, restaurants, luggage storage, free WIFI Internet, ATMs, spa, shoeshine, visitor information, a hotel, currency exchange, recreational rooms and the Calgary International SpacePort. The terrestrial transport can be done through public bus lines that perform express service to the center, as well as to the train stations.
Ottawa / Macdonald-Cartier International Airport
Considered one of the best in the world in terms of customer service, this airport is one of the most important in Canada. It serves the capital of the country and much of the province of Ontario, and operates domestic and international flights to the United States, Cuba and Europe. It has currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, VIP room and Wi-Fi access free of charge. There are restaurants, cafes, bars and fast food outlets in the food court of level 3 and along level 2. There are buses that depart to the city center with a frequency of 15-30 minutes, as well as taxi service .
Quebec Jean-Lesage International Airport
Located 11 km (7 miles) west of the city, it is the second busiest airport in the province of Quebec, serving the city and part of the province of the same name. It operates with domestic and international flights to the United States, France, Mexico and the Caribbean. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, VIP room and free Wi-Fi access. There are bars and cafes on the second floor and next to the boarding gates. From the airport there is a connection to the city center through different bus lines, as well as by taxi from authorized companies.
Vancouver International Airport
It is one of the busiest in Canada. It serves both the Vancouver area, as well as the entire province of British Columbia and even nearby US locations. From here there are domestic flights to almost every country, and as for international flights it has destinations to the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, the Far East and Oceania. It has ATMs, post office, VIP rooms, plugs for electrical devices and free Wi-Fi access. Currency exchange bureaus operate 24 hours a day and throughout the premises there are restaurants, fast food stores, coffee shops and bars. There are buses with daily services to downtown Vancouver (40 minutes), Squamish (130 min.) And Whistler (3 hours).
Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
It is the main air terminal in Montreal and serves the entire province of Quebec. Located about 20 kilometers from the city center, it operates with domestic flights and international destinations in the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, China and some locations in Central and South America. The airport has three runways and a single terminal with three hallways: one for domestic flights, a lobby for international flights and another reserved for flights to the United States. It has ATMs, currency exchange bureaus, mailboxes, VIP lounges, mobile phone service, internet kiosks and free Wi-Fi access for 60 minutes. There are bus lines that operate 24 hours between the airport and the subway in the city center.
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Located 27 km (16 miles) northwest of Toronto, it is considered the most important in Canada and one of the busiest in the world, serves the Toronto area, the entire province of Ontario and much of the country. It operates with domestic flights and numerous international destinations around the globe. It has five runways and two passenger terminals: Terminal 1, and 3 that have 61 and 39 doors respectively. Its facilities include retail stores, restaurants, WIFI Internet connection, luggage storage, art exhibitions, beauty salons and duty-free shops. From the enclosure it is possible to access the public transport service to travel to any destination within the city, as well as trains and taxis, whose stops are located at gates C and D of Terminal 1 and at D, E and F of Terminal 3.
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
The airport moves a high number of passengers annually, which puts it in the seventh place, but in terms of air movements is in the eleventh position. Non-stop flights are made daily to the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean. Summer flights are also made to the United Kingdom, and flights to small communities in northern Canada, such as Northern Manitoba, Northwestern Ontario and Nunavut, often leave. It has 3 hotels located adjacent to the main terminal and 2 bus lines that operate to move passengers.
Toronto City Airport, Billy Bishop
The access is a toll-free pedestrian bridge located at the foot of Eireann Quay. It has a bus line available and a parking lot adjacent to the facilities. There is a terminal and several hangars to move personnel from commercial, national and international flights. It also has a service of recate and first aid to face any eventuality that may arise in the airport.