Calgary International Airport: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Calgary International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It is located approximately 17 kilometers (11 miles) northeast of downtown Calgary. The airport is the fourth-busiest in Canada in terms of passenger traffic, with over 18 million passengers passing through its terminals in 2019.
The airport has two terminals: the Domestic Terminal and the International Terminal. The Domestic Terminal serves flights within Canada, while the International Terminal serves flights to and from other countries. The airport is a hub for WestJet Airlines and a focus city for Air Canada.
Calgary International Airport has a variety of amenities for travelers, including restaurants, cafes, shops, duty-free stores, currency exchange services, ATMs, and free Wi-Fi. The airport also has several lounges available for passengers to use, including the Calgary International Airport Lounge, the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge, and the WestJet Elevation Lounge. Ground transportation options from the airport include taxis, rental cars, shuttle buses, and public transit.
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