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Cheap flights to Calgary

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Best Anytime fares to Calgary

Cheap round-trip flights to Calgary

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Calgary Thu, 15 Jan - Thu, 29 Jan airline logo Lufthansa £611
Manchester Calgary Wed, 11 Feb - Wed, 25 Feb airline logo Air France £582
Glasgow Calgary Tue, 3 Feb - Thu, 26 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £593
Dublin Calgary Mon, 16 Feb - Wed, 25 Feb airline logo British Airways £426
Edinburgh Calgary Sat, 27 Dec - Thu, 8 Jan Delta Airlines Delta Air Lines £915
Aberdeen Calgary Sat, 14 Feb - Mon, 23 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £602
Newcastle Upon Tyne Calgary Thu, 1 Jan - Thu, 8 Jan airline logo British Airways £895
Zurich Calgary Fri, 23 Jan - Thu, 29 Jan airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £618
Geneva Calgary Sun, 15 Feb - Mon, 2 Mar airline logo British Airways £607
Bristol Calgary Sat, 14 Feb - Sat, 21 Feb airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £675
Vancouver Calgary Wed, 24 Dec - Tue, 13 Jan airline logo Air Canada £182
Vienna Calgary Sun, 11 Jan - Sat, 17 Jan airline logo British Airways £807
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Best weekend fares to Calgary

Best weekend fares to Calgary

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Calgary Fri, 9 Jan - Mon, 12 Jan airline logo Air Canada £675
Manchester Calgary Thu, 25 Dec - Sun, 28 Dec Delta Airlines Delta Air Lines £745
Glasgow Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Dublin Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Edinburgh Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Aberdeen Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Newcastle Upon Tyne Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Zurich Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Geneva Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Bristol Calgary Thu, 22 Jan - Sun, 25 Jan airline logo Brussels Airlines £597
Vancouver Calgary Fri, 23 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan airline logo Air Canada £193
Vienna Calgary Mon, 29 Dec - Mon, 5 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
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Travel to Calgary

If you're planning a Canadian holiday, visit ebookers to find flights to Calgary that fit your budget. People planning to visit Calgary can look forward to enjoying outdoor activities, visiting museums, shopping in upscale boutiques and dining in restaurants that serve elk or bison. Regardless of your interests, you're sure to find something in Calgary that you can enjoy.

Calgary International Airport

The Calgary International Airport is located 11 miles northeast of downtown Calgary. It's the fourth-busiest airport in Canada and serves over 12 million passengers each year. Several airlines service the airport, including Air Canada, Delta, United Airlines and US Airways.

Transportation from the Airport

There are numerous transportation options to choose from at the airport. You can get into the city via taxicab, public bus, shuttle bus or rental car. Most of the area hotels offer airport transportation services, including the Marriott Residence Inn, the Sheraton Cavalier and Country Inn & Suites. Allied Airport Shuttle provides transportation to all downtown hotels for $15. Associated Cab Ltd. provides taxi service for the airport. Cab fare from the airport to downtown Calgary costs between $40 and $45. The public bus is the cheapest transportation option. Bus route 300 runs from the airport to the city centre. Bus tickets cost $8. If you want your own transportation, you can make reservations for a rental car using the ebookers website. The airport houses six car-rental companies, including Avis, Budget and Enterprise.

Weather in Calgary

Calgary has long, cold winters and short, warm summers. If you're travelling during the winter months, pack warm clothes that you can layer, a thick coat, a hat, gloves and a scarf. The city is prone to extremely cold weather—the temperature can drop as low as -30°C—and heavy snowfall. In January, the average daily temperature is about -8.9°C. The best time to visit Calgary is during the summer months, when the temperature averages around 16°C. If you travel in the summer, pack clothes you can layer and a light jacket. Because of the city's location, the temperature can drop to around 8°C on summer nights.

Highlights and Attractions

Located at the foot of the Canadian Rockies, Calgary is a good holiday destination for people who enjoy outdoor activities. Biking, hiking and fishing are popular sports in the city. If you're taking a family holiday, visit the Calaway Park amusement park and the Calgary Zoo, Botanical Garden and Prehistoric Park. At the Fort Calgary Historic Park, kids can dress up as a Mountie and do time in an 1875-era jail. While you're at the historic park, enjoy a meal at the Deane House Restaurant. The Deane House, which contains the restaurant, was built over 100 years ago by the Fort Calgary superintendent. Other area attractions include Heritage Park, the Glenbow Museum and Olympic Plaza.

Planning a Trip to Calgary

With a variety of places to explore, it's easy to see why people plan holidays to Calgary. When you're ready to plan your trip, visit ebookers for deals on flights to Calgary, hotel accommodation and more.

  • Things to do in Calgary

    Ever heard of a Canadian cowboy? Visit Calgary and you're sure to see some. This former oil boomtown lures visitors with its proximity to the Canadian Rockies, but vacationers pick up on its Wild West vibe. Men and women wear Stetsons and cowboy boots from the Alberta Boot Company as they strut to the Calgary Stampede, arguably the finest rodeo in North America. There, visitors can see chuck-wagon racing, participate in square dancing, and check out world-class riding and roping. Outdoors lovers use Calgary as a base to explore Banff National Park, 80 miles to the west, but soon discover that you don’t have to leave town to find adventure. Backed by mountains and lined by two glacier-fed rivers, the Elbow and the Bow, Calgary offers fly-fishing, paddling, tubing, and biking on 394 miles of paved pathways.
  • Calgary When to Go

    The Calgary Stampede rodeo is held over a ten-day span in early July and brings parades of bagpipers, chuck-wagon racing (Calgary’s version of a chariot race around a track), and world-class rodeo professionals who ride, rope, and try not to get stomped. Later in the month, the city features the far more subdued but still entertaining Calgary Folk Music Festival, which the Toronto Globe and Mail called “one of the seven musical wonders of the world.” The setting for it couldn’t be better, nestled within the forest of Prince’s Island Park. Expect hotel prices to be at their steepest in July, and the weather to be surprisingly warm for such a northern city.

    Calgary, home to the 1988 Winter Olympics—who can forget that brave Brit, Eddie the Eagle, flying through the sky on the ski jump—is probably best known as a winter destination. Canada Olympic Park is still a training ground for the country’s premier athletes, but it’s also open to the public for bobsledding in the winter and mountain biking and zip-lining in the summer. Three premier ski resorts in western Canada—Norquay, Sunshine, and Lake Louise—are a little over an hour’s drive to the west.

    This being Canada, it can snow well into April. By June, when the white stuff is gone, folks are ready to laugh off the long winters at FunnyFest, the largest comedy festival in western Canada.