Last Minute Flights to Calgary

Vancouver to CalgaryFlair AirlinesOne Way16 Apr1 hour ago
Toronto to CalgaryFlair AirlinesOne Way10 Apr6 hours ago
Toronto to CalgaryAir CanadaRound Trip14 Apr to 21 Apr1 hour ago
Vancouver to CalgaryHahn Air SystemsRound Trip10 Apr to 13 Apr22 hours ago
Ottawa to CalgaryWestJetRound Trip18 Apr to 25 Apr22 hours ago

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Winnipeg to CalgaryWestJetOne Way24 May22 hours ago
Vancouver to CalgaryWestJetOne Way21 May22 hours ago
Montreal to CalgaryAir TransatOne Way27 May22 hours ago
Toronto to CalgaryWestJetOne Way2 Jun22 hours ago
Toronto to CalgaryFlair AirlinesRound Trip22 May to 27 May21 hours ago
Ottawa to CalgaryWestJetOne Way17 May22 hours ago
Winnipeg to CalgaryAir CanadaRound Trip26 Apr to 3 May22 hours ago
Vancouver to CalgaryAir NorthRound Trip9 Jul to 12 Jul14 hours ago
Ottawa to CalgaryWestJetRound Trip18 Jun to 25 Jun18 hours ago
Montreal to CalgaryAir TransatRound Trip28 Jun to 13 Jul14 hours ago
Calgary Flights Guide

Calgary is known internationally as a destination for winter sports with a number of major mountain resorts near the city and metropolitan area. Its economy is largely focused on the energy industry, with agriculture, and high-tech industries contributing to the city's wealth as well. Therefore many of the people seeking cheap flights to Calgary are either travelling for business, or athletes visiting to train and compete at the excellent sports facilities at Olympic Park that are the legacy of the XXIV Olympic Winter Games in 1988.

The biggest ticket in town is the annual Calgary Stampede, a 10-day event held in July which bills itself as The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth. Other attractions include the Glenbow Museum, Aero Space Museum of Calgary, iconic Calgary Tower, Cantos Music Foundation, and Calaway Park. There are also over 30 golf courses in the Calgary area providing plenty of opportunity to get out on the links.

Calgary is a worthwhile destination in its own right, but it is also the gateway to several of Alberta's other popular tourist destinations such as Jasper and Banff. Both of these National Parks have breathtaking scenery and are on numerous lists of top places to see in one's lifetime.

Flights Routes to Calgary

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Calgary is the largest city in Alberta and home to WestJet, one of the most popular airlines in Canada. It's also an Air Canada hub. Therefore there is an abundance of great deals and discounts on cheap airline tickets to Calgary (YYC.)

Several smaller Canadian airlines, such as Central Mountain Air, Canadian North, and Air North, offer flights between Calgary and remote cities in northern Alberta and British Columbia, in the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon Territory. Many international airlines serve Calgary, including Delta, Lufthansa, and British Airways, among others.

When booking Calgary flights during the summer, it's wise to book tickets well in advance, since this is festival season in the city, plus it's high season for travel to the nearby Rockies. The Calgary Stampede generally takes place in the first half of July, and this is the busiest time in the city, when flights and hotels are hard to find, and prices are higher.

When to Go and Weather

Winter, spring, summer, and fall...Calgary has four seasons like the rest of Canada. There's plenty of sunshine in the summer, and Chinook winds keep the temperatures around freezing throughout the winter, although there is the occasional blizzard or snowstorm which can delay Calgary flights. The rainiest season is summer, when thunderstorms are quite common after a day of heat. Both spring and fall offer warm, pleasant days with cool evenings. But summer is the city's peak tourist season when cheap flights to Calgary are scarce, but it's also the time you'll enjoy Calgary the most, since that's when things are really happening, and the city is at its most vibrant. There really aren't crowds to worry about at any time of year, except during Stampede.

Arriving in Calgary

When flying to Calgary, your flight will land at the Calgary International Airport (YYC), located north of the city, off Highway 2. From there you will have several options for getting to the city:

Hotel Shuttle: If you are staying at an airport hotel or a hotel relatively close to the airport, the hotel may provide a complimentary shuttle pick-up from the airport after your flight to Calgary (as well as drop-off when you leave), so check with the hotel that you book.

Taxi: Taxis are easy to find at Calgary International Airport from taxi stands in the Arrivals area. The average fare from the airport to downtown is approximately $45 CAD and takes about 20 to 30 minutes.

Car Rental: Renting a car is possible once your flight lands at Calgary International Airport. Six rental agencies are available at the rental centre across the street from the departures level of the terminal.

City Shuttle: Downtown shuttle service is provided by Allied Downtown Shuttle Service. You can purchase your tickets online or at the Allied counter on the Arrivals level of the airport. A one-way adult ticket is about $15 CAD.

Public Transportation: Calgary Transit has two bus routes that stop at the airport. Route #100 goes from the airport to Freeport Business Park and McKnight-Westwinds C-Train station. Route #430 takes you from Calgary airport to North Pointe Bus Terminal, Sandstone Bus Terminal, Crowfoot Centre, and Crowfoot CTrain station. Discount fares are available to children, youth, and seniors, but dogs travel at the full adult fare.

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