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Flights to Edmonton

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Plan your trip to Edmonton

  • Flights to Edmonton

    Did you know you could enjoy a plethora of picture-perfect landscapes and exciting activities without even crossing the border? Located along the North Saskatchewan River and surrounded by breathtaking nature, Edmonton invites you to discover its vibrant culture and its many attractions, which are sure to please everyone in the family. Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, a province known for the unrivalled beauty of its national parks, which include Jasper National Park, Elk Island National Park as well as Banff National Park, the oldest in the country.

Edmonton schedules at a glance

Flights to Edmonton are easy to book with Air Transat. Before planning a trip, be sure to check the schedule below, as some routes may be seasonal.

Top things to do in Edmonton

  
  • Take in some fresh air and fabulous views at the national parks

    Outdoor enthusiasts are sure to be thrilled by the area’s national parks, where majestic mountains and vast forests form the spectacular scenery. The best-known and most visited of these is Banff National Park. Hike through its breathtaking nature on foot, by bike, or even on horseback! Climb up to the lookout of Peyto Lake to admire its turquoise waters, then continue your adventure at Jasper National Park, which features some of the most scenic routes on Earth. The second-largest dark sky reserve in the world, Jasper Park is also a prime spot for stargazing. Afterwards, make your way to Elk Island National Park, where some 600 bison live in the wild.

  • West Edmonton Mall

    Edmonton offers a myriad of indoor activities to keep everyone entertained, rain or shine. How would you like to swim, skate, and even take a plummeting 30-metre jump all in one day? Make your way to West Edmonton Mall, where you can do all of those activities and so much more. This megamall boasts 800 stores, a bungee tower, a water park with the world’s largest indoor pool, as well as Galaxyland, an indoor amusement park featuring the world’s biggest indoor rollercoaster..

  • A World of Wonderful Discoveries

    You and your science whiz-kids will have a blast at the Telus World of Science, where you’ll get to interact with the friendly RoboThespianTM and discover the wonders of the human body at The Body Fantastic gallery. At the Muttart Conservatory, you can experience tropical, tempered and dry climates, each recreated inside a glass pyramid. The fourth and main pyramid showcases temporary exhibitions and ornamental plants. Pay a visit to our furry, feathered and scaly friends at the Edmonton Valley Zoo, which is home to over 350 animals, including a gentle elephant named Lucy. Travel in time at Fort Edmonton Park, a history museum that will take you back to the days when the fur trade flourished and the first settlers came to the area.

  • Sports fans

    Catch a bout of hockey fever and come cheer on the Edmonton Oilers—the former team of the legendary Wayne Gretzky—at Rogers Place. Inaugurated on September 8, 2016, this 18,000-seat amphitheatre has become one of Edmonton’s most iconic attractions.