Flights From Thunder Bay To Northern Ontario
Here Are The Top 5 Cities Across Northern Ontario With Regular Scheduled Airline Service. Click Any Destination For Best Flights From Thunder Bay, Along With Fares, Hotels, Car Rentals plus Flight + Hotel Package Travel Deals and Options. See Interactive Map Below For Links To More Cities, Resorts, Golf Courses and Attractions.
The Sault Ste Marie Airport handles an average of 187,000 passengers each year and is located less than 10 miles southwest of the city. In spite of its low passenger volume the airport is a vital transportation hub for north central Ontario and enjoys service from Air Canada Jazz, Bearskin Airlines, Porter Airlines as well as seasonal service by Sunwing Airlines and Air Transat who provide seasonal service to vacation destinations in Cuba and Dominican Republic. Bearskin offers direct flights between Thunder Bay and Sault Ste Marie while Air Canada and Porter passengers need to connect out of Toronto.
The Sudbury Airport is located 13 miles northeast of the city downtown area and serves a broad geographical area throughout the Greater Sudbury Region. Thunder Bay passengers can fly direct to Sudbury via Bearskin Airlines or take Air Canada Jazz or Porter Airlines to Sudbury with connections out of Toronto. See our interactive map below for links to airlines, area hotels, ground transportation and car rentals.
The Sioux Lookout Airport (YXL) is a vital transportation hub for the many remote communities throughout Northwestern Ontario. Both Bearskin Airlines and Wasaya Airways provide daily scheduled service between Thunder Bay and Sioux Lookout. Wasaya Airways provides connecting flights to dozens of remote communities across the North. See our interactive map below for links to flights, hotels and car rentals.
4. Red Lake
Red Lake is best known as a gold mining center and much of the traffic in and out of the Red Lake Airport is related either directly or indirectly to the mining industry and support industries. Thunder Bay passengers can book direct flights to Red Lake with either Wasaya Airways or Bearskin Airlines. Wasaya provides connecting flights to many of the remote communities located throughout the north.
Passengers will arrive at the Timmins / Victor M Power Airport (YTS) located 7 miles north of the city. The airport is a vital hub for both scheduled passenger service, air cargo and air ambulance service. If you are flying from Thunder Bay you can choose to fly with Bearskin Airlines with direct flights from Thunder Bay or Air Canada Jazz and Porter which both require a stop and plane change in Toronto. If you are traveling beyond Timmins to a more remote community to the North the airport also has service to Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Kashechewan and Moosonee provided by Air Creebec and Thunder Airlines. Air Creebec also offers flights to Peawanuck.