Travel to Alberta
Flying to Alberta
Air Canada (AC) (www.aircanada.com) operates flights to Alberta. Many other airlines also serve the province from worldwide destinations.
Calgary International AirportCode
Calgary International Airport is located 17km (10.5 miles) northeast of Calgary.Telephone
+1 403 735 1200Address
2000 Airport Road NE
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Edmonton International AirportCode
The airport is 28km (17 miles) from the city.TelephoneAddress
From Edmonton/Calgary to London is 8 hours 30 minutes, to Los Angeles is 3 hours and to New York is 4 hours 30 minutes.
Travelling to Alberta by Rail
VIA Rail (tel: +1 888 842 7245; www.viarail.ca) serves Edmonton and Jasper. The Western transcontinental train (The Canadian) crosses the province several times a week, originating from Toronto, Ontario, in the east and going via Edmonton and Jasper, to Vancouver in the west and vice versa. This train connects with The Skeena train at Jasper with a regular service to Prince Rupert, British Columbia. The Skeena trip requires one or more overnight off-train stays en route.
The seasonal Rocky Mountaineer (tel: +1 877 460 3200 or +44 0800 0606 7372, in the UK; www.rockymountaineer.com) is the only other rail service operating into the province with routes from Calgary and Banff or Jasper to and from Vancouver and Seattle, running between mid April and mid October.