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Find Cheap Flights from Cambridge Bay to Yellowknife

Flight information Cambridge Bay to Yellowknife

Non-stop airlines

2

Flights per week

7

Average flight time, total distance 849 kilometers

1h 28min

Most popular airline last month

Canadian North

Yellowknife

1 airport

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Yellowknife Hotels

Aurora Village

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Blachford Lake Lodge

1
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Explorer Hotel

1
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Capital Suites Yellowknife

1
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Cambridge Bay is an important hamlet and stopping point on the famous Northwest Passage. It is also set to become a major destination for research activities with the recent completion of the Canadian High Arctic Research Station. As such, despite having fewer than 2,000 residents, Cambridge Bay is one of the most important settlements in Canada's Arctic.

That's why flying from Cambridge Bay Airport to Yellowknife Airport is so easy and there are a couple options for the route, namely with First Air and Canadian North, which both offer scheduled service. In addition to those two airlines, there is a handful of other airlines that offer charter flights. You can use Skyscanner's monthly search feature to narrow down the best time to fly from Cambridge Bay to Yellowknife.

Inside: Cambridge Bay Airport

Cambridge Bay Airport is tiny and you shouldn't expect the amenities that are standard at large or even mid-sized airports here. Getting to the airport is easy as it is just a 5-minute drive from Cambridge Bay itself. There is only one terminal building with just two check-in counters, one for Canadian North and one for First Air, so don't worry about getting lost. You will have to wait for your flight in the waiting area and then walk across the tarmac to your plane once you are called. While there aren't many amenities at this airport, staff are extremely friendly and there is a stuffed musk ox at the baggage carousel which is quite an interesting sight.

Landing in Yellowknife Airport

Yellowknife Airport isn't huge either, but it does have a good choice of amenities on offer. To get into Yellowknife itself you can rent a car from one of the three rental agencies that are located in the terminal itself. There are also hotel shuttles that offer service to the Capital Suites, Explorer Hotel, and Yellowknife Inn. Two taxi companies offer services to and from the airport and there is a gift shop and a Quiznos at the airport.

Yellowknife is a great city if you want to do some outdoor tourism. Dog sledding, viewing the Northern Lights, fishing, hunting, and camping are all popular activities in and near Yellowknife and the city itself is a great place to buy whatever gear you need before you start out on your adventure.

The city, however, is also an important centre for government and mining workers, so there is a good chance that you will be in Yellowknife on business rather than pleasure. If that's the case, you can find a hotel that offers a great room and all the amenities you need using Skyscanner. If you are connecting onwards to Southern Canada, you have plenty of options. Keep in mind that flights to and from the North can be quite expensive. For that reason, you should sign up for Price Alerts when flying from Cambridge Bay to Yellowknife and further afield.

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