London International Airport offers easy and affordable options to fly non-stop to 8 popular Canadian destinations.

LONDON, ON – Summer is taking off with exciting new non-stop destinations across Canada. Direct from London, Flair Airlines flies three times weekly to Vancouver, Halifax or Calgary, and twice weekly to Winnipeg. Swoop flies four times weekly to Abbotsford. In addition to our regular, three times daily flights to Toronto with Air Canada, they fly daily to Montréal. WestJet flies twice weekly to Edmonton and twice daily to Calgary.

In addition to our popular non-stop destinations, starting your connecting journey at YXU is the easiest way to connect anywhere in the world! There are a few key advantages to flying out of London International Airport, as opposed to a major hub. Our affordable and secure parking is steps away from the terminal entrance. Going through our security is quick and efficient, with short wait times. Our concessions provide the convenience and comfort that’s needed to start your travels off right. Our friendly ACE’s (Airport Comfort Enhancers), in blue shirts, are always available to ensure that all passengers have an easy and comfortable experience.

“We are very excited to have non-stop flights to 8 great cities across our country from East to West this summer”, said Scott McFadzean President and CEO of the London International Airport. “We look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy the ease and comfort of flying non-stop to Canadian summer destinations or connecting through hubs such as Vancouver, Calgary, Montréal, Toronto and Halifax to destinations across North America and Globally.”

Vancouver, a bustling west coast seaport in British Columbia, is among Canada’s densest, most ethnically diverse cities. A popular filming location, it’s surrounded by mountains, and has thriving art, theatre and music scenes.

Abbotsford, British Columbia is nestled in the beautiful Fraser Valley and a drive to Vancouver is only one hour. It’s the perfect destination for foodies and wine lovers with stunning scenery…waterfalls, caves and the legendary Sumas Mountain.

Calgary, Alberta has a cosmopolitan, welcoming vibe, high-quality shopping, great food, and plenty of family attractions. Every July, it’s home to the thrilling Calgary Stampede and the magnificent, scenic Rocky Mountains are only an hour’s drive.

Edmonton, Alberta offers plenty to explore year-round with many incredible festivals and the West Edmonton Mall, North America’s Largest mall and indoor amusement park. In the winter, the beloved ski spot Marmot Bason and Jasper National Park are a road trip away. You may even catch views of the Northern Lights while in the Rockies!

Winnipeg, Manitoba awaits exploration of forests and prairies. Visit the Canadian Museum for Human rights for an architectural sight or check out the two-week long Folklorama festival in the summer that celebrates different cultures and ethnic heritages.

Toronto is a fast-paced mecca for culture, art, cuisine, and home of the most popular pro sports teams in Canada. If the great outdoors are calling your name, YYZ is conveniently located en route to cottage country in Muskoka, and onwards up to Algonquin Park. Connecting through Pearson International Airport invites a world of flight opportunities!

Montréal, Quebec is the second-most populous city in Canada. Both French and English are spoken in the city and 120 ethnocultural communities are represented. The city has more than 50 museums, more than 800 public artworks, a dedicated entertainment district, Quartier des spectacles, featuring more than 80 cultural venues, and is home to the Montréal Canadiens hockey team. Montréal offers plenty of things to do for everyone.

Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, has lots to offer from the freshest seafood to lively music and splendid historic architecture. Visit the waterfront of downtown Halifax for one of the world’s longest boardwalks. If you travel east, you will see the iconic red and white lighthouse in Peggy’s Cove!