Jets connect Yellowknife with Edmonton or Calgary six times a day. The hour and a half trip from Edmonton crosses Great Slave Lake and Yellowknife Bay. There are flights from Ottawa, Ontario several times a week, crossing the Canadian Arctic. Direct flights from Vancouver, British Columbia operate during the winter season. From Yellowknife, passengers can connect to regional services, or travel on to major airports in the Mackenzie Valley.
Three highways link our northern communities to Yukon, British Columbia and Alberta. Drive up the Alaska Highway through Yukon to link to the NWT's Dempster Highway. Follow Alberta Highway 35 north to connect to NWT Highway 1, the Mackenzie Highway. British Columbia Highway 77 connects to NWT Highway 7, the Liard Highway.
There's scheduled bus service on the Mackenzie Highway, and seasonal bus service on the Dempster Highway. Vehicle and RV rentals are available for the Mackenzie Highway from Edmonton, Alberta, and for the Dempster Highway from Whitehorse, Yukon.
Phone: 1-800-661-0407 (Canada)
Phone: (867) 777-3777
Fax: (867) 777-3388
Phone: 1-800-661-1505 or (867) 669-4000
Aircraft charter flights across the North and southern Canada with a fleet of 25 aircraft, seating 1-46 passengers, equipped with wheels, floats, skis and tundra tires. Daily scheduled flights connecting Fort Simpson, Lutselk'e, Wekweeti, Whati, Gameti and Yellowknife.
Aircraft available include: Dash 7, Twin Otter, Cessna Caravan, Cessna...
Open Water Charters Inc. is a Float plane service in Yellowknife N.T Canada. We offer a wide variety of air charter service on our Cessna 185 aircraft.
Yellowknife provides a great hub to access the best fishing and hunting spots in North America. Let us provide you with an...
Join us for a flight seeing trip or use our air charter services. We operate an air charter company with two small bush planes on floats, skis, and tundra tires and can customize all sorts of fly-in outdoor adventures and flight seeing tours of the north. We frequently serve...
Fly-In Fishing Lodge in The Northwest Territores on Great Slake Lake's Eastern Arm 3KM North East of the Akaitcho Dene community of Lutsel K'e. World Class Fishing for Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Arctic Grayling and Whitefish.
Frontier Fishing Lodge is a modern facility with professional guides, world-...
It is wild enough to make the hardiest romantic linger, yet travelled enough for a safe and leisurely family vacation with plenty of places to stop on the way.
Travel just over 1,800 kilometres (1,100 miles) from “Mile Zero” of the Mackenzie Highway to “Mile Zero” of the...
Scheduled passenger, cargo, and charter service. Connections from NWT and Nunavut to domestic and international destinations. Enjoy Aurora Class service and collect Aeroplan. Inuvik (867) 777-2952, Norman Wells (867) 587-2361, Yellowknife (867) 873-4484, Hay River (867) 874-2435.
DOT is responsible for public transportation infrastructure in the NWT. The website contains information about roads, ferries, and ice bridges including historical opening and closure dates and daily Road Reports. Also flight information, travel tips and weather forecasts. For road condition reports please call 1 800-661-0750.
Dempster Highway bus services. Experience the unique opportunity to absorb and capture breathtaking views while travelling the Dempster Highway, including the Ogilvie and Richardson Mountains, crossing the NWT/Yukon border or the Arctic Circle and, crossing the Peel and Mackenzie Rivers (ferries or winter ice crossing). We provide bus services...
Air North connects the Yukon's capital, Whitehorse, via Boeing 737 non-stop service to Vancouver daily; and offers direct service between Whitehorse, Calgary and Edmonton year-round. Hawker Siddeley 748 turbo-prop scheduled service is offered between Whitehorse and Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik and Fairbanks, Alaska (seasonal service...