Winnipeg Airport

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Winnipeg Airport (YWG) Guide

General Information

Airport Name:
Winnipeg Airport
Airport Code:
The Airport is located 8km (5miles) west of Winnipeg city centre.
204 987 9400

Directions & Transportation

Taxis and limousines are cheaper if you're prepared to share.
Winnipeg Transit Bus #15 runs every 20 to 30 minutes and stops en route at hotels to the city centre.
Taxis, limousines, shuttles and buses will take you to Winnipeg city centre.

Airport facilities

Airport Info:
There is tourist information desk in the main concourse of the airport terminal. They provide a paging service and handle lost property.
Baggage facilities are available.
Bureaux de Change and ATMs are available
Toilets and washrooms are available in the terminal.
More Services:
There is a children's play area on the ground floor of the terminal. Gold Wing Ambassadors are at hand to assist with your queries.
Eating & Drinking:
In the food court Tim Hortons, Toast Cafe & Bar, Second Cup, The Exchange Restaurant, Harvey's and Gunns Bakery are some of the eateries you can choose from.
The shopping scene includes Welcome Flowers, Canadian Scene, Relay, Whispering Pines, $15 Boutique and Virgin Books & Music.
Disabled Facilities:
The airport is wheelchair accessible and parking for the disabled is provided. TTY telephones are available

Useful Information

Airlines Served:
Air BC, Air Canada, Bearskin Airlines, Calm Air International, Canadian Regional, Fedex, Keewatin Air, Keystone Air, Knighthawk, Northway Aviation, Northwest Airlines, Perimeter Airlines, Purolator Courier, Royal Airlines, United Parcel Service.
Airport Taxes:
Airport departure tax is usually included in the ticket price. There is a CAD10.00 airport improvement fee.
Activities near the Airport:
St Boniface, founded by two French Canadian Catholic Priests in 1818 this historic suburb is distinctive and worth a visit.
Other Interesting Information:
Winnipeg Airport terminal is 40 years old and a new terminal to the northeast of the old terminal is planned for completion around 2009