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Banff Airport Mini Guide
Banff Airport (YBA) is located just 3.1 km north east of Banff
, Alberta, Canada
and is a private airport situated in Banff National Park. There is one runway and the airport operates daytime only.
How do I Get to and From the Airport?
Why not hire a car from us at Rhinocarhire.com to explore the beauty of Banff National Park and beyond. Contact our customer services team and they will be more than happy to assist you with your plans. Driving to and from Banff National Park is easy as it is on Canada’s national Highway 1, the Trans-Canada Highway and it is one of the most picturesque drives in all of Western Canada. A National Park pass will need to be purchased at the gate of the park and admission rates are $9 per day per person, or $18 per day for a car with 2-7 people. Direct flights from the USA
and Europe are availble including Swiss
Air, Air France
, Lufthansa (multiple locations from Germany
) and BA from the UK
For both business and leisure travellers, the nearest hotel to Banff Airport is the Banff Rocky Mountain Resort and guests will find plenty of amenities in this popular hotel, including shops, 24 hour room service and a restaurant. For those looking for sport and leisure amenities, there is a sauna, gym and jacuzzi and also water sports available. In addition, a little further away in the city centre, there are many other options including the Buffalo Mountain Lodge Hotel and Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa Hotel.
The Local Area
Banff National Park is Canada’s first National Park and consists of 6,641 square kilometres of mountain scenery, nestled in the heart of the spectacular Canadian Rockies. The park attracts millions of tourists yearly who travel there to take in the beauty of the magnificent lakes, snow-capped peaks and glistening glaciers. It is also home to some of North America's wildest creatures including grizzly bears, caribou and wolves.
09/06/12 - Banff Airport currently only accepts general aviation flights so tourists need to fly to Calgary Airport and take the Banff Airporter bus for the two hour journey to Banff.