Cheap flights from Thunder Bay Airport

Thunder Bay is located on the shores of Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes, and is the most populous city in Northwestern Ontario. Established as a fur trading post in the early 19th century, today Thunder Bay is an important transportation and cargo hub thanks to its central location linking Eastern and Western Canada. Remnants of its history can be seen at Fort William Historical Park, where visitors can experience a reconstruction of a North West Company fur trading post. Thunder Bay's central location has helped it become a relatively important centre of air transportation, with the Thunder Bay International Airport being a fairly busy facility despite the city's small size of just over 100,000 people. As such, getting a flight from Thunder Bay to destinations throughout Canada and further afield is easy. Check out the whole month search tool from Skyscanner if you want to find the cheapest flights from Thunder Bay.

Airlines That Fly Out of Thunder Bay Airport

Thunder Bay International Airport is among the top 20 busiest airports in Canada and is served by the country's major airlines.  It is also an important hub for regional airlines flying to destinations in Northern Ontario and Manitoba. Airlines currently flying out of Thunder Bay International Airport are:

  • Air Canada Express
  • Air Transat
  • Bearskin Airlines
  • Nakina Air Service
  • Porter Airlines
  • Sunwing Airlines
  • Superior Airways
  • Wasaya Airways
  • WestJet Encore

Where Is Popular to Fly to?

The most popular city to fly to from Thunder Bay is Toronto, which is Canada's largest city and an important business and cultural centre. While in Toronto you can enjoy some fantastic sites, including the CN Tower, the tallest freestanding structure in the Western hemisphere, the Toronto Zoo, and Canada's Wonderland, which is one of North America's biggest amusement parks. Toronto-Pearson International Airport is also one of the busiest airports in the world and a great choice if you are looking for flights further afield.

Flights to Winnipeg are also common. This city on the Prairies is quickly reinventing itself as one of Canada's most sophisticated and hip destinations, with a stunning music scene, excellent art galleries and museums, and an impressive array of restaurants. Meanwhile, if you're looking for a place with more of a European flavour, Montreal is the largest city in the French-speaking province of Quebec and is famed for its architecture, gastronomy, and its joie de vivre attitude. Finally, if you're looking for a little sun, there are direct flights to Punta Canada, Cancun, and Varadero. Check out Skyscanner's route map to give you some inspiration for a great getaway from Thunder Bay.

Getting to Thunder Bay International Airport

The best way to get around Thunder Bay is by car and you should consider renting a car while you are in the city. Many car rental agencies will allow you to drop it off at the airport, although check beforehand. Taxi service is also available of course, while Thunder Bay Transit operates a bus line between the airport and the city centre.

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