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Meet YYC’s Newest Addition…

April 15, 2014   |  

YYC is introducing a new way for passengers travelling to regional destinations on Air Canada or Central Mountain Air to get to their gates. Passengers leaving Concourse A through Gates 1-8 will travel in comfort to their aircraft on YYC’s new airside transfer bus system.

Frequently Asked Questions

What changes will you see when travelling through Gates 1-8?
You will continue to check in with an Air Canada or Central Mountain Air Customer Service Representative, who will ensure you board the designated bus for your destination.

How does the transfer system work?
The bus will transport passengers at the main terminal or aircraft. and pick-up/drop them off at their departing aircraft,or back at the terminal. The trip will take approximately 3-5 minutes each way.

Special Needs Travellers:
The buses are fully accessible. If you require special assistance when you travel, please contact Air Canada or Central Mountain Air to make appropriate arrangements.

What destinations are effected?
Air Canada and Central Mountain Air services to the following destinations:

Castlegar, BC

Grande Prairie, AB

Lloydminster, BC

Saskatoon, SK

Cranbrook, BC

High Level, AB

Medicine Hat, AB

Terrace, BC

Edmonton, AB

Kamloops, BC

Prince George, BC

Victoria, BC

Fort McMurray, AB

Kelowna, BC

Rainbow Lake, AB

Winnipeg, MB

Fort Nelson, BC

Lethbridge, AB

Regina, SK

Yellowknife, NWT

If you have questions or comments for The Calgary Airport Authority, please contact us at calgaryairport@yyc.com.