Find your way to Calgary

As Western Canada’s transportation hub, Calgary is easy to get to and easy to get around in. Whether you’re catching a flight or hitting the road, we welcome you to Calgary.

Fly to Calgary

Consistently ranked as one of the best airports in North America for overall passenger convenience, and as Canada’s third busiest airport, the Calgary International Airport (YYC) is Alberta’s premier gateway.  The airport is currently undergoing a $2.1 Billion expansion, set to be completed in 2016. It includes the construction of a new International Terminal, which will double the airport’s size, adding 22 aircraft gates and two hotels (a Delta and a Westin). No more than one stop from every major city in the world, Calgary’s airport serves over 13 million passengers annually and sees over 1,800 flights weekly from Canadian, U.S. and major international locations.


You can fly non-stop to Calgary from:


Alberta British Columbia Ontario
Edmonton Abbotsford Hamilton
Fort McMurray Castlegar Kitchener
Grande Prairie Comox London
Lethbridge Cranbrook Ottawa
Lloydminster Kamloops Toronto
Medicine Hat Kelowna
Manitoba North West Territories Quebec
Winnipeg Yellowknife Montréal
Newfoundland Nova Scotia Saskatchewan
St. John’s Victoria Regina
Halifax Saskatoon

The Americas

USA Mexico
Phoenix, Arizona Newark, New Jersey Cancun, Mexico
Los Angeles, California New York City, New York Los Cabos, Mexico
San Diego, California Las Vegas, Nevada Mazatlan, Mexico
San Francisco, California Portland, Oregon Mexico City, Mexico
Denver, Colorado Dallas, Texas Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Orlando, Florida Houston, Texas
Chicago, Illinois Salt Lake City, Utah Cuba
Minneapolis, Minnesota Seattle, Washington Varadero, Cuba


United Kingdom Germany Japan
London Gatwick Frankfurt Tokyo
London Heathrow Munich
France The Netherlands
Paris Amsterdam

speedsign Drive to Calgary

Calgary is located on the TransCanada highway, which extends from Canada’s Atlantic to our Pacific coast. We’re also on the CANAMEX Corridor, which extends from Northern Canada to Mexico. The maximum speed on primary highways is 110kph (68mph).