Cheap Flights from Edmonton International to Yellowknife in 2019
Flight information Edmonton International to Yellowknife
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Average flight time, total distance 1020 kilometers
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WestJet, Air Canada, Canadian North, and First Air all have nonstop flights from Edmonton International to Yellowknife. There are some Yellowknife to Edmonton International flights that make one stopover at Calgary International Airport.
Terminal Information for Edmonton International Airport
Edmonton International Airport wants to make sure that passengers who pass through their doors have an easy and relaxing trip. Airports are often considered stressful, anxiety-inducing places — not so for Edmonton International Airport.
For travellers with children, there's a kids play area at gate 66, so the kids can run around and get out their energy before boarding their Edmonton International to Yellowknife flights. For older kids and adults, the airport has Pokestops and gyms for players of Pokémon Go. The airport reminds travellers that all Pokémon activity is reserved to the nonrestricted areas before and after security, and that there are no Pokémon on the runways. Let Edmonton International Airport know about your Pokémon catches on social media, and be sure to stay safe.
Terminal Information for Yellowknife Airport
Yellowknife Airport is the central hub for the Northwest Territories airport system. The airport is located just a five-minute drive outside of the city center, so it's easy for travellers to get to the city from the airport. Travellers can rent a car, take a taxi, or take a hotel shuttle bus. The airport is small, but it offers amenities such as a gift shop, a Quiznos, conveniently located vending machines, and free Wi-Fi.
What You Need to Know
There's no time difference between Edmonton and Yellowknife, so passengers don't need to worry about resetting their watches. Passengers on flights from Edmonton International to Yellowknife don't need a passport to travel. They need only an unexpired, government-issued Canadian ID.
What to Expect in Yellowknife
Yellowknife is the capital and only city located in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The city is located 400 km south of the Arctic Circle and has a population under 20,000 people. The Northwest Territories have 11 official languages, five of which are regularly spoken in Yellowknife. Visitors often come to Yellowknife to learn about the traditional culture and to see the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. Tourism is the city's largest industry. Yellowknife is also the dispatch point for truckers taking supplies north to Nunavut and to other communities throughout the Northwest Territories from January to late March or April. These truckers became part of the History Channel show "Ice Road Truckers" in 2007. Visitors to Yellowknife can also take outdoor tours for skiing, hiking, and other types of exploration of the natural world. For some indoor activities, visitors should check out the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. The center is free for visitors, but donations are greatly appreciated. Visitors can see interactive displays and exhibits that describe native life and the history of the Northwest Territories. For food, visitors should stop by the Woodyard Brewhouse and Eatery, which is consistently full of locals. The micro-brewery has won awards for its beers and is known for fantastic comfort food such as thin-crust pizza and macaroni and cheese.
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