Whitehorse Airport

Cheap Flights to Whitehorse Airport

Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport is in Whitehorse, Yukon, and it's located minutes from the downtown area. As a smaller regional airport, Whitehorse had just over 300,000 passengers in 2016. Whitehorse is the capital city of Yukon; it's most well known for beautiful pristine wilderness and hot springs where onlookers can view the Northern Lights. With Skyscanner, travellers can compare and purchase cheap flights to Whitehorse. Also, the Whole Month Search tool shows the least expensive months to travel.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Whitehorse

Summer in the Yukon Territory lasts from June through August. The weather is warm and days are long. Come September, the area bursts into colour as fall creeps in. November through April brings extremely cold weather but also winter sports take place. To find great deals on ticket prices, travellers can use the Price Alert tool to receive notifications when fares are low.

Airlines that Fly to Whitehorse Airport

Airlines that fly to Whitehorse Airport include Air Canada, Air North, and Condor. The main destinations from Whitehorse Airport include Calgary/Edmonton, Dawson, and Vancouver. Visit Skyscanner's Airlines page for a complete list.

Airport Facilities

Whitehorse International Airport has three main airlines operating from its terminal. During summer, the German airline Condor offers nonstop flights to Frankfurt. Parking at the airport is free for the first hour and five dollars per day. Car rental desks in the airport include Budget and Driving Force. If visiting in the winter, it may be wise to check Yukon 511 for road travel conditions.

What to Do in Whitehorse

Even for a small town, there is plenty to do and see in Whitehorse and the surrounding areas. Whitehorse offers tons of outdoor activities, water sports as well as museums and historic landmarks. Adventurers can see breathtaking views of the scenery by hiking Miles Canyon or canoe down the picturesque Yukon River. For some cold weather fun, guests can take a snowshoeing and ice fishing tour. To appreciate the native wildlife, guests can visit the preserve and witness bison, caribou, elk, and more than finish off the day at the relaxing Takhini hot springs. It's a must when visiting Whitehorse! To witness a real wonder of nature, guests can book an evening aurora tour and marvel at the eery northern lights.

With so much to offer, travellers shouldn't sleep on this small town in the Yukon. Book a flight, hotel, or car rental with the Skyscanner app, and set off to enjoy a peaceful getaway in the beautiful Yukon Territory.

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Whitehorse is a small, quiet town on the banks of the mighty Yukon River. It's also the crossroads of the two major highways in Yukon — the Alaska and the Klondike. There are a few ways to get around including by taxi, rental car, or by RV. A taxi from the airport to the centre of town will cost about CA$13. Car rental is available from Budget and Whitehorse Subaru.

 Who flies to Whitehorse

 Airport Contact Details

Whitehorse Airport

Government of Yukon,
03-16 Mezzanine Level,
75 Barkley-Grow Crescent,
Yukon Territory,
Y1A 6E6,

Tel:+1 (1)867 6678440
Fax:+1 (1)867 6678446

Government of Yukon

 Location Details

Longitude:135° 4' 0'' W
Latitude:60° 43' 0'' N

 Airport Location

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