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Useful things to know about Thunder Bay Airport
- Thunder Bay International Airport is located only four miles from the city of the same name in Ontario
- Over 600,000 people travelled through Thunder Bay Airport last year
- Most flights are domestic or from Chicago and Mexican holiday resorts such as Cancun
- The airport was originally called Fort William Municipal Airport then Canadian Lakehead Airport
- The largest planes the airport can handle are the Boeing 737-600 with up to 200 passengers
Thunder Bay Airport Mini Guide
Thunder Bay Sounds Exciting?
You’ll find it’s a connection between the prairies of Canada and the industrial zones of the Great Lakes and St Lawrence River. Because of that, it’s cosmopolitan yet with a Wild West feel in places, a little like a Canadian Dallas
. There’s quite a bit to keep the traveller entertained and a few days there will make you want to come back for more.
How do I get to Thunder Bay?
There are no international flights from outside of North America so you’ll have to make a connection. This is best done through Chicago, Montreal
or Toronto Airports
which all have direct flights from the UK. It’s a good airport to use if you’re travelling around North America as it gives an interesting alternative perspective on the Great Lakes region.
What is Thunder Bay Airport Like?
The airport is very smart and has enough but not a huge number of facilities. There’s a worship centre for those who want to thank their god for safe arrival or pray for a safe flight. You’ll also find banks, ATMs, wireless internet and a small number of food outlets including Pizza Pizza and the famous Tim Horton’s. Shopping is limited to a tax free store and a travel goods outlet so don’t bank on spending too many of those left over Canadian dollars.