Edmonton International Airport
Travellers heading out from the Edmonton area generally take off from Edmonton International Airport at 1000 Airport Road in Calmar. The airport is situated less than twenty miles south of downtown Edmonton, and there is easy access to the airport via AB-2. Sixteen airlines service the airport, offering direct service to forty-four cities across the United States and Canada, as well as thirteen destinations abroad. When you're ready to begin planning your next getaway, visit ebookers to find some of the most affordable travel rates available.
Parking at Edmonton Airport
Once you get to the airport, you'll find plenty of parking options. Priority valet service is the most convenient option, but also the most expensive at $32 per day. Executive parking puts you just steps from the terminal building for $25 to $30 per day. The parkade and value park lots are within a short walk to the terminal and are available for between $13 and $27 per day. If you're looking for an off-site option, JetSet Parking (780-890-8527) offers rates of $9.50 to $13 per day.
Getting to Edmonton Airport
The EIA express bus (780-496-1600) is the most affordable way to get to the airport, with a one-way fare of only $5. Taxis are a popular mode of airport transportation, and there are several local taxi companies that can get you to the airport on time for a flat rate of $55 from downtown Edmonton. If you used ebookers to take advantage of its low prices, you can use the money you saved to splurge on a limousine to get you to the airport in style.
Edmonton Airport Restaurants
Whether you're looking for a hot beverage or a grab-and-go snack, you can find it at Edmonton airport. The main lobby before the security checkpoint is home to Booster Juice and Euro Café. Once you get into the concourse area, you can nosh on fresh baked goods at Brioche Dorée or indulge in a latte at Starbucks. If you'd rather eat before you get to the airport, you'll find the Carrot Community Arts Coffeehouse nearby at 9351 118 Avenue Northwest and McDonald's at 12350 118 Avenue Northwest in Edmonton.
Airports in Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. is the thriving metropolitan capital of the United States. Every year, millions of people travel to the city for business, politics, and holiday. Arranging your trip to the capital city is easier when you go through ebookers for your flight. The District of Columbia is served by three airports. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) in Arlington, Virginia, is the closest to the city centre Washington at four miles from the city centre. It serves Alaska, American, Continental, and many other carriers. Dulles International (IAD) is twenty-six miles away in Sterling, Virginia, and serves dozens of domestic and international carriers, including TACA, Lufthansa, and Virgin. Travel to Washington D.C. from Dulles may take up to an hour during times of heavy traffic. The third major airport in the area is Baltimore-Washington (BWI), located on Terminal Rd. in Baltimore. Ticket prices are often lower at BWI, although a ride into Washington with BWI Airport Taxi will cost $63.
Transportation from the Airport
All three of Washington D.C.'s airports handle heavy commercial traffic and millions of passengers every year. As a result, each of the three airports is connected to the capital by multiple bus and shuttle services, such as the Washington Flyer, which departs Dulles every thirty minutes for downtown DC and costs just $10. The service also stops at DCA and doesn't require reservations. Renting your car through ebookers is easy at these airports, as all three are served by many rental companies, including Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Thrifty, and Hertz.
Washington D.C.'s Climate
Temperatures in Washington D.C. range from summer highs of 30°C to a brisk -5°C during the winter months. Rain occurs throughout the year but peaks in July and August when many residents have left the city on their own holidays. Visitors are advised to check the local forecast before arriving.
Washington D.C.'s Main Attractions
Washington D.C. is a city of monuments, museums, and marvels. The District of Columbia is where you'll find the Smithsonian Institution. For no charge, you can visit its network of fifteen separate museums, zoos, and research facilities. No fewer than 7,000 new items are added every day to the Library of Congress, which is open to the public during normal business hours. Use ebookers to schedule your return trip, as the Library's 532 miles of shelf space and 115 million-item inventory might take more than one visit to browse fully.
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