Cheap Flights from Kelowna to Calgary
Flight information Kelowna to Calgary
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Both WestJet and Air Canada offer flights from Kelowna to Calgary, and all of them are nonstop.
Terminal Information for Kelowna International Airport
Kelowna International Airport is located 15 km from Kelowna's city centre in British Columbia, Canada. This small airport has a single runway and services Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, and Seattle.
Several different shuttles make runs to the airport's south terminal building entrance for quick access to pre-boarding screening. For those who want to take public transit, the #23 Lake Country bus is the only one that goes directly to the airport. It runs on weekdays until 6:30 p.m.
If passengers need baggage carts, they're free to use, and they're located on the front curb of the Departures entrance and in various spots in the parking lots. After passing through security, travellers can grab a quick bite at Skyway Café and Wine Bar or have a sit-down meal at WhiteSpot Restaurant and Lounge.
Terminal Information for Calgary International Airport
Calgary International Airport is Canada's fourth-busiest airport by passenger traffic and third-busiest airport by plane movements. Travellers should be aware that passing through security may take longer due to the higher volume of passengers going through Calgary International Airport.
Upon arrival, passengers can grab their luggage from the carousels right on the Arrivals level. Anyone who's hungry after their flight can get a smoothie at Jugo Juice or sit down at Bistro on the Bow for some international fare.
What You Need to Know
On domestic Kelowna to Calgary flights, passengers should be at the airport no later than 90 minutes before their flight departs. To board a domestic flight in Canada, all passengers who look older than 18 must show officials an original government-issued photo ID that lists their name, date of birth, and gender.
What to Expect in Calgary
It's easy to get from Calgary International Airport into downtown Calgary, and there's an option for everyone. There are taxis and a few different buses, some of which will drop off directly in front of major hotels. Calgary is also the nearest airport to many nearby mountain resorts. Visitors headed to the mountains and not downtown, just hop on either the Banff Airporter or a Brewster transportation bus.
On flights to Calgary from Kelowna, there's a one-hour time change, so passengers should reset their watches one hour forward. Be sure to pack walking shoes, as Calgary is a great city to see by foot.
The average price of a meal out for two in Calgary is CA$46, which could be expensive for some travellers. Luckily, there are plenty of free things to do when visiting Calgary. Consider a walk through Prince's Island Park, where visitors can picnic, play frisbee, or just wander the tree-lined paths.
For sports fans, the Canada Olympic Park is a must-see. This facility was built for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Canada. Ski lessons are available for adults or kids, and they can even try out the luge. For those wanting to stay out of the cold, there's the Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum.
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