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 Sudbury Airport

Greater Sudbury Airport is 20 kilometres from downtown Sudbury, Ontario. The airport is in the southern part of Ontario, about a 4.5-hour drive from Toronto. Airport facilities are open daily from 4:30 a.m. to 12 a.m. Visitors can find the cheapest flights to Sudbury Airport with Skyscanner. Travellers can use Skyscanner's flight search tool and quickly find the cheapest flights to Sudbury from any Canadian airport.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Sudbury

Sudbury is known for outdoor activities like festivals, fishing, hiking, and kayaking. The best time to visit Sudbury is during the warm weather from June through September. Festival season kicks off in May with The Gardening Festival, followed by the Italian Festival and Northern Lights Festival in June. Events continue through the Summer with the Blueberry, Garlic, and Greek Festivals. The season wraps up with fall favourites like the Sudbury Jazz Festival and International Film Festival.

Airlines That Fly to Sudbury Airport

Air Canada, WestJet, Bearskin Airlines, and Porter Airlines fly to Sudbury Airport from other points in Canada. Air Canada and WestJet offer flights from Toronto International Airport to Sudbury. Porter Airlines flights to Sudbury depart from Toronto City Airport. WestJet travellers leaving from Northeastern regional airports can fly Bearskin Airlines.

Also, Sunwing Airlines offers seasonal flights to tourist destinations from Sudbury starting in November and ending in April. Visitors can search for the cheapest flights on all Sudbury airlines on Skyscanner. Travellers can download the Skyscanner app, set up alerts, and get notified when flight prices change.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

The airport has one terminal, and all traveller areas are wheelchair-accessible. There is no customs checkpoint at Sudbury Airport. International visitors will clear customs either at the departure point or their final international destinations. It usually takes about 25 minutes to drive from the airport to downtown Sudbury via Falconbridge Road.

Airport Facilities

Sudbury Airport helps visitors stay connected with free Wi-Fi and convenient charging stations. Hungry travellers will find food and beverages at the restaurant on the second floor of the terminal building. The restaurant offers dining tables, a comfortable lounge area, and bar seating.

The arrivals area features an information booth and car rental counters. The on-site car rental agencies are Avis, Enterprise, and National. Tourists can get taxis and shuttles outside the Arrivals area. Dog owners will also find grassy pet relief areas outside the terminal where pets can take care of business and stretch their legs.

What to See and Do in Sudbury

Tourists can enjoy a variety of activities in Sudbury like the Dynamic Earth Science Center featuring the 9-meter tall Big Nickel. Families can also enjoy a scenic outdoor walk along the Bell Walkway and Boardwalk. Sudbury also has a vibrant nightlife with several bars and clubs. Plus, adults can try their luck at over 400 slot machines or the electronic blackjack and roulette at Sudbury Downs casino.

Sudbury is a growing Canadian tourist destination. Visitors can use Skyscanner to find a Sudbury hotel close to popular activities, and book discounted car rentals and flights.

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 Location Details

Longitude:80° 48' 0'' W
Latitude:46° 37' 0'' N
IATA code:YSB
ICAO code:CYSB

 Airport Location

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