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Great Slave Lake Aurora Boat Cruise

Great Slave Lake Aurora Boat Cruise
Duration:
3 hours 30 minutes
From:
USD 97.51
Spot boat houses and see the world's greatest light show on this unforgettable Great Slave Lake boat cruise. Your evening begins with hotel pick up. You'll then board the boat and set off from Yellowknife Bay. Wrap yourself with nice warm jacket and prepare to be amazed. Setting out in search of the Northern Lights on a cruise, watch the sky for signs of the mesmerizing natural wonder and hear the wolves that surrounds it.

Great Slave Lake Ice Fishing Tours

Great Slave Lake Ice Fishing Tours
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Flexible
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USD 109.21
Enjoy an arctic experience ice fishing on one of the largest lakes in Canada. Join your guide on an ice fishing adventure on Great Slave Lake, set in the most spectacular winter landscapes of Yellowknife. <br>

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Yellowknife Airport (YZF) Information


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Yellowknife Airport

Where is Yellowknife Airport?  


Situated on Great Slave Lake, and originally built in the 30's as a gold-mining town, Yellowknife today is the administrative centre for the Northwest Territories and is Canada's "Diamond Capital". Air travel has long been how one got to Yellowknife, and floatplane space can still be found at the Old Town docks. Before the airport road was built, passengers would take an 'elevator' flight from here to an aerodrome near the airport.


The best way to get to know Yellowknife, is to celebrate with the locals. Winter events include the Caribou Carnival, the Snowking Festival and the dog sled races. Summers see a Solstice Festival, the Folk on the Rocks music festival and Raven Mad Daze, featuring a 24-hour golf tournament.


Yellowknife Airport (IATA: YZF, ICAO: CYZF) is located just outside of Yellowknife, in the Northwest Territories, Canada. The airport is co-located with the Canadian Forces, who maintain a permanent base here. Part of Canada's National Airports System, Yellowknife Airport handles both commercial and general aviation traffic. Classified as an airport of entry by NAV CANADA, YZF is staffed by the Canada Border Services Agency and is able handle small cross-border aircraft.


Yellowknife Airport served about 330,000 passengers in 2011, making it the busiest airport in Canada's north.


Airlines serving Yellowknife Airport include Air Canada Jazz Air, Air Tindi, Arctic Sunwest Charters, Buffalo Airways, Canadian North, First Air, North-Wright Airways, Northwestern Air and WestJet.


You can fly from Yellowknife Airport to Calgary, Cambridge Bay, Déline, Doris Lake, Edmonton, Fort Simpson, Gjoa Haven, Hay River, Inuvik, Iqaluit, Kugaaruk, Kugluktuk, Kuujjuaq, Lutselk'e, Norman Wells, Ottawa, Rae Lakes, Rankin Inlet, Snare Lake, Taloyoak, Ulukhaktok, Vancouver, Wekweètì and Wha Ti, among others.


Your best bet for a Yellowknife Airport transfer is a taxi. Details on all options are included in this guide.


In August 2013, Yellowknife Airport was featured on The Amazing Race Canada. 


 

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Services at Yellowknife Airport include:

  • Service dog relief area
  • Restaurant 
  • Gift Shop 
  • Vending Machines 

 

The Bristol Monument: this old airplane is situated along Highway #3, near the airport, welcoming visitors to Yellowknife. The Bristol freighter, once operated by Wardair, was the very plane that was the first the land on skis at the North Pole in 1967.




Additional Yellowknife Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 22 Feb 2017