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 Kenora Airport

Kenora Airport is about 10 kilometres east-northeast of Kenora, Ontario, on Lake of the Woods. Close to the Manitoba boundary, Kenora formed when three towns merged. The name came from combining the first two letters of the towns: Keewatin, Norman, and Rat Portage. Skyscanner helps travellers find the cheapest flights to Kenora. Those interested in travelling to the area can use the Whole Month Search tool to find the most affordable times to travel.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Kenora Airport

The area experiences warm summer temperatures and cool, dry winter temperatures. People tend to travel to Kenora during the summer for swimming, fishing, and boating. The Kenora Bass International fishing tournament occurs during the second weekend of August. Harbourfest also takes place for three days in the summer, and people gather along the Lake of the Woods for the music festival. Winters also see an influx of travellers who want to partake in winter activities, such as skiing, snowboarding, and ice fishing. Those interested in travelling to Kenora can use the Price Alert tool to get notifications on ticket price changes.

Airlines that Fly to Kenora Airport

Kenora Airport only handles planes that have no more than 15 passengers. According to Skyscanner's airlines page, Bearskin Airlines is the only regional airline that operates out of Kenora Airport. The airport also offers chartered flights across Canada.

Airport Facilities

Because of its size the Kenora Airport does not have many amenities for travellers. For those who charter their own flights, the airport offers on-site fuelling. Staff members at the fuelling station are available every day of the week from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. Travellers can also park their vehicle at the airport, but they should check with the airport about fees.

What to See and Do in Kenora

The downtown Harbourfront, which is a park along the Lake of the Woods shore, hosts the city's annual summer and winter festivals. The town's unofficial mascot Husky the Muskie is a 12-metre tall fish sculpture found in McLeod Park. The Lake of the Woods Museum shares the cultures and heritages found in the area. More than 20 murals decorate the downtown area, and they represent significant parts in Kenora's history. Mount Evergreen has many cross-country skiing trails and downhill runs. Rabbit Lake and Garrow Park offer visitors quaint picnic areas and plenty of places to swim and fish.

Kenora offers the outdoor enthusiast plenty of opportunities to enjoy activities no matter the weather. After travellers rent a car and find a hotel, they can step outside and experience this beautiful destination and its many attractions.

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 Transportation

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Kenora is a port of entry for customs clearing for those entering Canada. However, customs closes during the winter months and reopens in May. A small airport, its transportation options are minimal. There is no public transportation to the community. Travellers can call for a taxi to take them to the city centre, which is about 15 minutes away. Greyhound offers bus service to Thunder Bay and Winnipeg from Kenora. Daily trips depart from the Excel Coach Lines Ltd. Terminal.

 Who flies to Kenora

 Airport Contact Details

Kenora Airport

Address:
PO Box 469,
Kenora,
Ontario,
P9N 3X5,
CANADA

Tel:+1 (1)807 5485377

 Location Details

Longitude:94° 21' 29'' W
Latitude:49° 47' 15'' N
IATA code:YQK
ICAO code:CYQK

 Airport Location

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