Fort St John Airport

Cheap Flights to Fort St. John Airport 

Fort St. John Airport, also known as North Peace Regional Airport, is 7 kilometres east of Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada. Travellers with flexible dates can use the Skyscanner Whole Month Search tool to find the cheapest flights to Fort St. John. 

Best Time to Book a Flight to Fort St. John 

Fort St. John has warm summers with long days and cold winters with long nights. The northern location offers a chance to see a night sky showing of the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. Winter is not as cold as in many places in Canada, but visitors can enjoy winter sports and unique festivals, including the High on Ice Winter Carnival, an open-air ice sculpture contest in January. Skyscanner helps travellers find the cheapest flights to Fort St. John with the Price Alert tool

Airlines That Fly to Fort St. John Airport 

Air Canada Jazz, Central Mountain Air, and WestJet Encore carry over 250,000 passengers per year through Fort St. John Airport. These airlines offer daily flights to Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary. There are no direct flights to international destinations from Fort St. John Airport. For a complete list of airlines and destinations, check the airline's page on Skyscanner. 

Airport Facilities 

Fort St. John Airport is a fully accessible facility with one terminal and two runways. Air Canada Jazz provides an access ramp for all flights. Spicy Fusion restaurant serves Indian cuisine. A visitor information kiosk has details of Fort St. John's amenities, accommodations, arts, culture, and festivals. 

What to See and Do in Fort St. John 

Established in 1794, Fort St. John is the oldest European-established settlement in British Columbia. Once a major fur trade route, the city now thrives on farming, services, and retail, and the oil and gas industry. Visit the Fort St. John North Peace Museum to learn about the region's native inhabitants, the fur trade route, and the scenic Alaska Highway. The museum is near Centennial Park, home to a range of seasonal festivals and events. 

In August, metal sculptors fill Centennial Park to forge art at the Great Canadian Welding Competition. The Motorcycle Poker Run also takes place in August. Winter is a good time to visit Fort St. John. The annual Santa Claus Parade dashes through the snow in late November. In January, ice sculptors chip art out of ice for the High on Ice Winter Carnival. Visitors can take part in ice sculpting and snow carving workshops. The Fort St. John region hosts a variety of summer and winter sports. 

Camping is very popular in the Fort St. John Region. There are 37 campsites at Charlie Lake Provincial Park, 6 kilometres North of Fort John. Find out more about camping, hotels, and cheap accommodations in Fort St. John with the Skyscanner hotel search page.

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Taxi hide 

Fort St. John Airport has no public transport options, but travellers can use taxis and rental cars. Car rental companies National, Enterprise, and Avis operate at the airport. The Alaska Highway (Highway 97) runs south of the airport through Fort St. John. 

 Who flies to Fort St John

 Airport Contact Details

Fort St John Airport

PO Box 6490,
Fort St John,
V1J 4H9,

Tel:+1 (1)250 7870426
Fax:+1 (1)250 7856015


North Peace Airport Services

 Location Details

Longitude:120° 43' 59'' W
Latitude:56° 13' 59'' N

 Airport Location

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