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 Inuvik / Mike Zubko Airport

Inuvik Airport is an official entry airport controlled by the Canada Border Services Agency. Though the city itself boasts a population that's just under 3,400 people, it is a bustling commercial centre in the Western Arctic region and is recognised as Canada's largest community north of the Arctic Circle. Whether visiting the city for its infamous "Igloo Church" or for exploring its gorgeous wilderness, fly cheap to Inuvik! Search Skyscanner's Price Alert tool for cheap flights to Inuvik Airport, and use the on-page information to discover more travel ideas before booking flights to Inuvik.

Best Times to Book a Flight to Inuvik

It can get fairly cold in winter months (-56.7 degrees Celsius), though not too hot in the summer months (+31.7 degrees Celsius). An interesting fact about Inuvik is that it has 56 days of 24-hour daylight. This occurs starting in late June and lasts throughout July and part of August. Be aware that it also has 30 days without sunlight, usually in the month of December.

Knowing the weather and hours of daylight is important when booking a flight to Inuvik, as it helps visitors avoid bad weather conditions and delayed flights. The Inuvik Sunrise Festival, held in early January to celebrate the first sunrise of the year, is a great tradition to discover when visiting Inuvik. No matter the amount of light per day, it's best to have a rental car to get around. Check Skyscanner's car rental prices in Inuvik for the best deal.

Airlines That Fly to Inuvik (Mike Zubko) Airport

Some of the most popular airlines that fly to Inuvik are domestic airlines such as Canadian North, Air North, First Air, Aklak Air, and North-Wright Airways. Be sure to have a look at the Airlines Page to find our more about each airline and their rates.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

Flying into Inuvik is the easiest way to access the city, and it's very easy to navigate the small airport. Inuvik has two taxi service companies for those who decide to fly and ride with a service when landing, and one on-site rental car provider that is open until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (with an hour-long break for lunch).

If renting a car, the Dempster Highway is the only option to take. It is worth travelling along the unpaved roadways to cross the Arctic Circle and look for wildlife along the journey.

Airport Facilities

Inuvik (Mike Zubjko) Airport is part of the North West Territories of Canada and is quite small, having only six check-in desks, two gates, and one baggage claim belt. However, there are both short-term and long-term parking spaces for those that need a parking space for a certain amount of time.

What to See and Do in Inuvik

Inuvik is situated along the Mackenzie Delta, Canada's largest freshwater river delta. It is also close to the Arctic Ocean and stunning landscape views of the Richardson Mountains. From hunting and skiing to hiking and fishing, the Great Outdoors of Inuvik provides endless options when it comes to things to do and see. Watching the Aurora Borealis is one such popular activity for Inuvik visitors!

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 Airport Contact Details

Inuvik / Mike Zubko Airport

Address:
PO Box 3024,
Inuvik,
NW Territories,
X0E 0T0,
CANADA

Tel:+1 (1)867 7772467
Fax:+1 (1)867 7773776

Owner:
Government of the North West Territories

 Location Details

Longitude:133° 28' 58'' W
Latitude:68° 18' 15'' N
IATA code:YEV
ICAO code:CYEV

 Airport Location

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