Cheap Flights to Calgary
Canadian Rockies at your doorstep, an abundance of grassy knolls, squeaky-clean streets and the weather extremes of Canada, yet with the benefit of more sunshine than all other Canadian cities, you looking to head to Calgary, eh? A youthful city affectionately known as 'Cow Town', Calgary is your gateway to the wilderness of Canada and the prairies and cowboys synonymous with North American fiction. Student Flights can help you get there with a cheap flight to Calgary.
Flights from Australia to Calgary will disembark at Calgary International Airport, 17 kilometres northeast of Calgary’s city centre. Buses, shuttles, taxis and car rentals are available to take you where you need to go. Talk to Student Flights about private, hotel or tour transfers.
Flights from Australia to Calgary depart from most capital cities and will usually require one or two stopovers in a major transit hub like Los Angeles or Vancouver. Flights from Sydney to Calgary via Vancouver take about 17 hours' travel time. Airlines will provide in-flight services including meals, drinks, and entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Calgary
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Calgary Holiday Packages
Did you know Calgary is home to the largest cowboy show on earth, the Stampede? It’s true! Cow Town is also a great base to explore the wildlife and landscape of the Canadian Rockies, maybe even some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world when the snow falls. No matter what tickles your fancy, Student Flights can help find a Calgary holiday package that will have you yelling "Ye-ha" or "Shreddin' the gnar" in no time. Ask us about our holiday packages and tours to Calgary that can include flights, transfers, food, accommodation, tours, passes and more.
Calgary, in Alberta, is the eastern gateway to the Rocky Mountains and all of the winter sports and ecotourism goodness they contain. Aside from throwing the country’s largest party, the July Stampede, Calgary was once considered dull with most travellers, although it’s improving thanks in part to bars, restaurants and boutiques in places like Kensington. For more information, read our destination guide to neighbouring Banff.
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