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 Kingfisher Lake Airport: Cheap Flights, Tickets and Travel Deals

Northern Ontario is made up mostly of small villages and First Nations reserves. These communities are surrounded by lakes, forests, and mountains, making them beautiful places to visit and to live. Kingfisher First Nation is one such place. It is an Oji-Cree First Nation reserve located on the banks of the clear Kingfisher Lake. To travel to the 500-person community of Kingfisher First Nation, you'll be flying to Kingfisher Lake Airport (KIF). You'll find all the cheapest flights to Kingfisher First Nation by using Skyscanner's flight search tools. Simply enter your starting location, travel dates, and the destination KIF to be directed to a list of all available flights for your trip.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Kingfisher First Nation

Kingfisher First Nation experiences long, cold winters, with temperatures averaging -20° C from November to February. There is also a large amount of snowfall. If you visit during these months, dress warmly to avoid frostbite. From September to October and from March to May, temperatures range from cold to cool with minimal sunshine hours. The most pleasant weather in Kingfisher First Nation is from June to August, when temperatures range from 11° to 18° C. Though mostly sunny, rainfall is also a possibility during the summer months.

Airlines that Fly to Kingfisher Lake Airport

Currently, only one airline, Wasaya Airways, offers scheduled passenger flights to and from Kingfisher Lake Airport. This First Nations-owned airline flies mostly to small communities and reserves within northern Ontario. At the moment, the airline flies between Kingfisher Lake Airport and Wunnumin Lake Airport (WNN), Kasabonika Airport (XKS), and Sioux Lookout Airport (YXL). If you're flying in from anywhere else in Canada, your stop will likely be in Sioux Lookout.

Arriving at Kingfisher Lake Airport

Kingfisher Lake Airport is a small, one-terminal airport used mostly for bringing supplies into the community. There are passenger flights each week but minimal passenger traffic due to the small airplanes used on these routes. The airport is located just minutes from the community. There are no taxis or car rental services at Kingfisher Lake Airport. Over half the residents of Kingfisher First Station speak fluent English, so if you need help finding a ride, speak to the airport staff for guidance.

Kingfisher Lake Airport Facilities

Since the terminal is small and not very busy, there are few amenities available at Kingfisher Lake Airport. Plan to do your shopping and eating in the community, not at the airport. Another important note is that as Kingfisher First Nation is a dry community, you will not be able to purchase alcohol at the airport or anywhere else. You will also have your luggage searched for alcohol and illegal substances upon arrival.

What to See and Do in Kingfisher First Nation

Kingfisher First Nation is a gorgeous community, rich with native plants and diverse wildlife. The nearby lake is also filled with aquatic life. In the summer, hunting, fishing, and canoeing are enjoyed by residents and tourists alike. In the winter, dog sledding and ice fishing are popular activities. Before you go, be sure to purchase one of the various handmade crafts to bring home as a souvenir.

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 Location Details

Longitude:89° 51' 0'' W
Latitude:53° 0' 50'' N
IATA code:KIF
ICAO code:CNM5

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