Edmonton International Airport, Alberta, Canada

Edmonton International Airport



Edmonton International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is located approximately 30 kilometers (18 miles) south of downtown Edmonton. The airport is the fifth-busiest in Canada in terms of passenger traffic, with over 8 million passengers passing through its terminals in 2019.

The airport has a single terminal building that serves both domestic and international flights. The terminal is divided into two levels, with the lower level serving arrivals and baggage claim and the upper level serving departures. The airport is a hub for Flair Airlines and a focus city for WestJet Airlines and Air Canada.

Edmonton International Airport offers a range of services and 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 Plaza Premium 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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Frequently Asked Questions about Edmonton International Airport

Does edmonton have an international airport?

Yes, Edmonton has an international airport called the Edmonton International Airport (EIA).

When will edmonton international airport open?

The airport is already open and has been operating for many years.

Is edmonton airport open for international flights?

Yes, the Edmonton International Airport is open for international flights.

Where is edmonton international airport located?

The Edmonton International Airport is located in the province of Alberta, Canada, approximately 26 km (16 miles) south of the city of Edmonton, in the municipality of Leduc County.