Being Canada’s fourth busiest airport, Calgary International Airport is served by some of the largest airline companies in North America. It’s not surprising that one of the country’s largest airports serves as a hub for Air Canada. The Canadian flag carrier links the city of Calgary with important international destinations such as Frankfurt Airport, London Heathrow Airport, and Tokyo Narita International Airport. Of course, Air Canada also provides direct trips to major destinations to Canada’s southern neighbor. Major U.S. cities accessible through Air Canada service include Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Newark, and Phoenix. The popular U.S. resort city of Honolulu, Hawaii is also on the list of Air Canada services. Passengers can also count on the Canadian flag carrier to take them to major cities in Canada including Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and Vancouver. You can find the Air Canada fleet stationed near Terminal A, B, and C.
Another major Canadian airline that uses Calgary International Airport as a hub is WestJet. The low cost carrier actually offers service to more destinations than any other airline at Calgary’s main airport. WestJet provides service to over a dozen domestic destinations including Edmonton, Hamilton, Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, and Winnipeg. All year long, the Canadian low cost carrier offers trips to U.S. destinations such as Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orlando, Palm Springs, and Phoenix. On a seasonal basis, WestJet provides a diverse schedule to destinations in the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and various remote parts of Canada. WestJet service is available in Terminal C and D at Calgary International Airport.
Air Transat is another large Canadian airline that operates in Canada’s fourth busiest airport. Air Transat links Calgary with major U.K. destinations London Gatwick Airport and Manchester Airport. On a seasonal schedule, this major Canadian carrier takes passengers to popular European destinations such as Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Glasgow, and Paris. Additionally, Air Transat also invites passengers to several seasonal destinations in Mexico and Latin America. You can get on the Air Transat fleet from Terminal D.
Major U.S. based companies that operate at Calgary International Airport include Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and US Airways. Some of the major destinations accessible via these U.S. carriers include Chicago, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Seattle, and Salt Lake City.
The only non North American airlines serving Calgary International Airport are British Airways, Condor Flugdienst, and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, which are all from Europe.