Sachigo Lake Airport: Cheap Flights, Tickets and Travel Deals

Northern Ontario is made up of hundreds of lakes, rivers, and villages filled with natural beauty. Though small band governments like Sachigo Lake First Nation will probably never make the list of Canada's top tourist destinations, they are hidden gems just waiting for adventurous travellers to explore. The main airport serving Sachigo Lake First Nation is Sachigo Lake Airport (ZPB). To book the cheapest flights to Sachigo Lake, enter all your trip details into Skyscanner's flight search tool. You can then compare airfare deals and easily book your trip through Skyscanner with no added fees.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Sachigo Lake First Nation

As Sachigo Lake First Nation is located so far north, the weather is quite cold for the majority of the year. Although January is usually the coldest month of the year, December and February can get quite cold as well. If you visit during these months, dress warmly to avoid frostbite. The spring and fall months are usually cold to cool and rainy. If you want to wait for the warm weather, plan your visit sometime between June and August. During the summer months, the weather ranges from warm to hot, but rainfall is possible too.

Airlines that Fly to Sachigo Lake Airport

Perimeter Aviation is currently the only airline operating out of Sachigo Lake Airport. The airline flies to and from two destinations: Sandy Lake Airport (ZSJ) in Sandy Lake, Ontario and Winnipeg International Airport (YWG) in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winnipeg International is one of the top ten busiest airports in Canada. If you're flying to Sachigo Lake Airport from a destination without direct flights, your layover will most likely be at YWG.

Arriving at Sachigo Lake Airport

Sachigo Lake Airport is a small, one-terminal airport located about three km from Sachigo Lake First Nation. By car, the ride will take less than ten minutes. Since the airport is so small, taxis do not wait outside of the terminal. If you don't have a ride with friends or family, speak to the airport staff to arrange a ride into the village.

Aside from the regular airport formalities, passengers arriving at Sachigo Lake Airport will also need to submit to a full luggage search. This takes place in a separate building, to which you will be directed after you collect your baggage. The airport staff will be searching for alcohol or other contraband, as Sachigo Lake First Nations is a strictly dry community.

Sachigo Lake Airport Facilities

As SL airport is small and not very busy, you should not expect any special amenities. However, the airport is connected to the town by one road, so the trip is quick. That's where you can rest, refuel, and pick up some souvenirs. On your way back, be sure to bring whatever you'll need as you won't be able to buy anything at the airport. You should also aim to check in at least an hour before flight departure.

What to See and Do in Sachigo Lake First Nation

Since the community is so close to Sachigo Lake, many of the best tourist activities revolve around this body of water. In the summer, fishing, swimming, and canoeing are great ways to spend an afternoon. In the winter, ice fishing is very popular. The area also hosts an annual ice-fishing contest which draws visitors from all across northern Ontario. Though many of the best things to do are outdoors, the Sachigo Lake First Nation Arena is another great spot for tourists to spend their time. At the arena, you can go skating, watch a hockey game, or participate in other community events.

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 Location Details

Longitude:92° 11' 47'' W
Latitude:53° 53' 27'' N

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