Getting Here

Alberta is convenient for many travel connections around the world so you are never far away from a memorable adventure. With three international airports, six U.S. ports of entry and different means of ground transportation into and around the province, we support a variety of travel options.
 

BY AIR

Alberta is home to three international airports, in Edmonton, Calgary and Fort McMurray. Easy access to Alberta from more than 100 cities world wide is available with most major airlines and charter companies.

Calgary International Airport
Edmonton International Airport
Ft. McMurray International Airport

 

BY CAR

Alberta is accessible by car from surrounding destinations including the U.S. through six ports of entry. 

Information on Alberta's roads and highways, including maps and current road conditions are available from Alberta Transportation

 

BY TRAIN

Alberta is served by VIA Rail scheduled service. Stops are scheduled in Edmonton and Jasper. 

Rocky Mountaineer offers service from Calgary, Banff and Jasper to the west coast of British Columbia. These routes through Canada’s Rockies are considered some of the world’s classic rail trips. 

 

BY BUS

Greyhound Bus Lines can bring you into Alberta from surrounding areas. 


Passport Information
Visitors to Canada require a valid passport. For information visit Canada Border Services


Airlines
Alberta's international airports offer service with dozens of airlines around the world, as well as numerous charter companies that operate seasonally. Below is a map reflecting current routes from North American destinations into Alberta. 

 
 

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