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From Toronto (YYZ) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 21, 2024

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From Ottawa (YOW) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 12, 2024

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From Montreal (YUL) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 15, 2024

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From Halifax (YHZ) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 04, 2024

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From Toronto (YTZ) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 16, 2024

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From Fredericton (YFC) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 20, 2024

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From Moncton (YQM) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 21, 2024

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From Québec City (YQB) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 08, 2024

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From St. John's, NL (YYT) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 21, 2024

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From Thunder Bay (YQT) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 13, 2024

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From Charlottetown (YYG) to Calgary (YYC)

Aug 14, 2024

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From Deer Lake (YDF) to Calgary (YYC)

Jul 30, 2024

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Explore the gateway to the rockies with a direct flight to Calgary

Fly to Calgary on Porter and be transported right into the natural beauty of Western Canada. From the Calgary Stampede to discovering the emerging food scene, Calgary flight deals on Porter will allow you to explore all Calgary has to offer year-round.

Located in the beautiful foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, flights to Calgary are popular for people looking to escape to a lively urban centre within reach of endless natural beauty and outdoor activities. This growing city of over 1.3 million residents boasts hundreds of activities and attractions to keep you busy during your stay. From live sporting events to nightlife, recreational sporting activities, and cultural events, Calgary continues to be a highly desirable destination for anyone seeking adventure.

Calgary is easy to navigate on foot, with the downtown area offering many pedestrian-friendly avenues and streets lined with cafes, shops, and attractions. Calgary Transit is also a reliable source of transportation, with various bus routes and light rail serving all four corners of the city. Booking a rental car is also a popular option for visitors looking to explore the picturesque outskirts surrounding Calgary.

Booking your flight to Calgary is just the first step in your next adventure!

Mountain range, Calgary Calgary Stampede

Things to do in Calgary

After your flight to Calgary has landed, there are endless fun things to do and places to visit within the city and the surrounding area. Calgary sightseeing is enjoyable in all four seasons, with indoor and outdoor options for visitors of all ages and interests.

Each year, over 1.2 million tourists trot their way to Calgary to take in the Calgary Stampede. Touted as the “Greatest Show on Earth,” the Calgary Stampede celebrates the culture of Western Canada with a daily rodeo, musical performances, food offerings, and much more. The two-week-long celebration takes place in July of each year and is considered one of Calgary's best outdoor activities. People from all around the world visit just to attend the Stampede.

If you've booked your tickets to Calgary outside the Calgary Stampede dates, don't worry. There are many other popular Calgary tourist attractions worth taking in. After taking in some breathtaking aerial views during your flight to Calgary, take the time to see the city from 191 metres above at the Calgary Tower. Located within walking distance from many downtown attractions, the Calgary Tower boasts a viewing platform and revolving restaurant that allow you to take in 360-degree views of the city.

Flights to Calgary bring you right into the heart of one of Canada's liveliest music scenes. Located just a few blocks from Calgary City Hall, Studio Bell is a brand new, state-of-the-art facility that opened in 2016 and is home to numerous music-focused attractions, including the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, and Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame.

Visitors staying in downtown Calgary can enjoy nature right at their doorsteps at Devonian Gardens. Located inside CORE Shopping Centre, it's one of Calgary's most peaceful places to visit. The family-friendly urban oasis offers over a hectare of botanical gardens, including over 50 varieties of plants, an impressive living wall, fish ponds, fountains, and a playground for younger visitors to explore.

You won't have to go far to enjoy more of the great outdoors during your visit to Calgary. With over 5,000 hectares of outdoor parkland, Calgary is the ideal destination to escape to nature. Many of Calgary's parks are frequented by visitors and locals alike who are looking to enjoy a peaceful setting while in the heart of the city. Best of all? The parks and many of their amenities are free of charge for all visitors.

If you enjoyed the nature offered by Devonian Gardens, you'll be pleased to learn that parks are plentiful within Calgary's downtown core — or only a short walking distance away. While out for a stroll, take the time to explore Riley Park, located in the Hillhurst neighbourhood. The park plays host to free local concerts during the summer months and has excellent family-friendly amenities such as a wading pool and memorial rock garden. The park is also within walking distance to the Kensington shopping district.

Located in the northwest part of Calgary, Confederation Park offers outdoor activities year-round. The park was created in 1967 to mark Canada's centennial and continues to bring in visitors looking to make the most of its amenities. Confederation Park offers a golf course in the summer months, cross-country skiing in the winter, and a range of offerings such as playgrounds and picnic areas for visitors to enjoy during all seasons.

The indoor activities Calgary has to offer are just as worthwhile as its outdoor offerings. Museums such as the Glenbow Museum, the Military Museums, and the Gasoline Alley Museum are highly rated attractions for history buffs and casual connoisseurs.

Sports fans who fly into Calgary will be pleased to learn that the city is home to three professional sports teams. Catching a hockey, football, or lacrosse game will be dependent on the time of year, but be sure to check schedules before your flight to Calgary.

If you prefer to be a sports participant versus a spectator, Calgary offers its visitors an array of recreational activities such as horseback riding, axe throwing, golfing, and more. The city was proudly the site of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games and Canada Olympic Park remains a popular attraction. The park offers skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and skating during the winter months and hiking and mountain biking options during warmer weather.

Book a flight to Calgary to take in the perfect blend of culture and nature in the heart of scenic Western Canada.


Dive into the action after your flight to Calgary

Boutique Comfort Food in Calgary

Beltline Calgary

Chic boutiques, delicious eats, and a lively nightlife make the Beltline neighbourhood a popular first stop for those just getting off their flight to Calgary. With an array of cultural offerings, this neighbourhood is the hub of the Calgary Stampede but maintains consistent excitement twelve months a year.

If you find your hunger is climbing to Calgary altitude heights, the Beltline offers a wide selection of gourmet and international offerings to curb your cravings. Several restaurants in the neighbourhood are consistently ranked on nationwide top restaurant lists, while others offer delicious comfort foods to keep you fueled.

Unique shops that carry everything from local designers to antiques are scattered throughout the Beltline. You'll also find plenty of stores offering outdoor gear — from bikes to snowboards — meaning the Beltline is a popular shopping destination for Calgary's nature enthusiasts.

The Beltline is a hub of cultural activity year-round, making it one of the most popular places to visit in Calgary. The summer months see festivals that highlight art and urban murals. The celebrations don't stop once the cold weather comes — festivals highlighting craft beer and artistry take place in the neighbourhood even when there's snow on the ground.

Once the sun sets, the Beltline lights up with activity, highlighted by craft beer, rooftop patios and your choice of dance floor. Live music is frequently heard in venues throughout the Beltline on any given evening, making it a popular destination for both locals and tourists to Calgary.

With shops, cafes, and restaurants within the neighbourhood, you will be able to explore the Beltline by foot, but it is served by several Calgary Transit buses if you are coming from another area of the city.

Book a flight to Calgary and explore this lively Calgary neighbourhood everyone is talking about.


Get a taste of local life after your flight to Calgary

Calgary Downtown West End

Downtown West End Calgary

Highlighted by the picturesque Bow River waterfront, booking a flight to Calgary to visit the Downtown West End is a decision you wish you made sooner.

Calgary's Downtown West End is a high-density residential community that will give you a taste of living like a local in Calgary. The neighbourhood is bounded by Bow River to the north, 9th Street West to the east, the CPR rail tracks to the south, and 14th Street West to the west.

Established in 1884, Calgary's Downtown West End is one of the most established neighbourhoods in the city. The area is known for its picturesque trails and paths which line the Bow River and are ideal for walking, rollerblading, or biking.

The western portion of the neighbourhood is highlighted by the Shaw Millennium Park — the largest skatepark of its kind in Canada — home to 75,000 square feet of flatbars, stairs, ledges, an advanced course with a bowl, a street course, and a large fullpipe. The park is also home to festivals throughout the year, including the Calgary International Reggae Festival.

While in the western area of Calgary's Downtown West End, you will also find the Mewata Armouries — a historic building home to a Canadian Forces reserve. The building, which has a rich history, was declared a National Historic Site of Canada in 1989.

If you are searching for a fun indoor activity while exploring Calgary's Downtown West End, you will want to head on over to Contemporary Calgary. The public contemporary art gallery is located in the former Centennial Planetarium and offers a wide variety of art programming from local, national, and international artists. The facility, which opened in 2020, has seen exhibits that feature the work of Yoko Ono, Omar Ba, and more.

Calgary's Downtown West End is easily accessible by transit and by food. The community is served by the Downtown West - Kerby C-Train station as well as the Plus 15 skywalk system, connecting 18 km of Calgary via elevated pedestrian tunnels.

Fly to YYC and head to Calgary's Downtown West End to experience life as a local.


Getting to Calgary International Airport (YYC)

Porter's check-in desk is located on the departures level.

The Calgary International Airport (YYC) is about 19 km / 11.8 mi from downtown Calgary.

Transportation to Calgary International Airport (YYC)

Taxis and ridesharing
Taxi and ridesharing services like Uber and TappCar are available for pick-up and drop-off at Calgary International Airport (YYC). Taxi pick-up locations are located at the Arrivals Level outside of Door 9 and 15. Ridesharing pick-up locations are located at the Departures Level curbside by Door 1 or Door 12.

By bus
You can board the 300 BRT Airport via City Centre bus from downtown Calgary to get to Calgary International Airport (YYC). Visit calgarytransit.com for more information about fares.

Calgary International Airport (YYC) parking

There are many parking options for travellers looking to drive to or from Calgary International Airport (YYC). Choose from hourly, daily, or weekly rates.

Parking can be booked online ahead of time on the Calgary International Airport (YYC) website.

Great deals to Calgary

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Toronto (YYZ)

Calgary (YYC)

Sep 20, 2024

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Ottawa (YOW)

Calgary (YYC)

Oct 01, 2024

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Montreal (YUL)

Calgary (YYC)

Sep 28, 2024

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Halifax (YHZ)

Calgary (YYC)

Oct 05, 2024

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Toronto (YTZ)

Calgary (YYC)

Oct 19, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

Moncton (YQM)

Calgary (YYC)

Oct 03, 2024

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Fredericton (YFC)

Calgary (YYC)

Oct 03, 2024

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Québec City (YQB)

Calgary (YYC)

Aug 31, 2024

One-way fare/Economy

St. John's, NL (YYT)

Calgary (YYC)

Aug 28, 2024

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Thunder Bay (YQT)

Calgary (YYC)

Sep 03, 2024

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*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 48hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking. Learn more about this offer. Additional baggage fees and charges for optional products and services may apply.