The city of Edmonton has continuously attracted tourists from all over the world. Edmonton has taken steps to provide tourists with the much needed drop off points such as airports. Today, this capital city of Alberta is home to two airports: Edmonton International Airport and Edmonton City Centre.
Edmonton International Airport
The Edmonton International Airport is considered to be one of the busiest airports in Canada. The airport is conveniently located near Leduc city and other residential communities. Travelers arriving from this airport should also take the advantage of being close to many hotels, shopping destinations, and local tourist attractions.
Also, there are a lot of available amenities and services inside Edmonton International Airport. Duty-free retail shops and dine-in restaurants are all available inside the airport’s premises. Edmonton International Airport’s facilities are also provided with high-speed wireless Internet.
Edmonton City Centre (Blatchford Field) Airport
Formerly known as the Edmonton Municipal Airport, the Edmonton City Centre (Blatchford Field) Airport is bounded by Kingsway Avenue to the west, Yellowhead trail to the north, and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology to the east.
The airport offers a variety of amenities and attractions including the Alberta Aviation Museum. Travelers can also take advantage of the airport’s two on-site hotels. The hotel is also very close to several shopping sites and hospitals such as the Kingsway Garden Mall, Canaian Tire, and Royal Alexandra Hospital. People who want to do business in downtown Edmonton will also find the location of Edmonton City Centre Airport as a convenient drop-off point.