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Air North offers $579 flights

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for November 13, 2012

Travelling to Whitehorse from Vancouver, Calgary or EdmontonAir North, Yukon’s Airline has a great deal for you!

With Yukon Fall/Winter Getaways, you spend $579 — everything included — on direct flights to Whitehorse, featuring round-trip airfare and two nights accommodation. This opportunity is valid until May 13, 2013 (Black-out dates: December 11, 2012-January 3, 2013). Three-day advance booking required.

According to Air North, a Hawker Siddeley 748 turbo prop also offers service between Whitehorse and Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik, and Fairbanks, Alaska (seasonal).

Package includes:

  • Departing Vancouver on Friday/Saturday, returning on Sunday/Monday
  • Departing Calgary/Edmonton on Friday, returning on Sunday/Monday
  • Option for third night available
  • Single and triple supplements available. Recommends Whitehorse for Old Town

Hélèna Katz had a chance to check out Whitehorse and wrote about her experiences walking around Old Town.

Katz: “As I walk along Yellowknife’s main drag, the downtown core’s tidy rectangular blocks give way to the winding streets of Old Town. This funky neighbourhood down the hill looks like people built their ramshackle houses wherever it seemed convenient. Then the surveyors showed up and built streets around them. As my stern Grade 7 teacher would’ve said with a disapproving look, the place seems higgledy-piggledy. But that — and the local artists who live in Old Town — are what give it a distinctive character.

To Book with Fly Air North: Click here, or call either 1-867-668-2228 or 1-800-661-0407 (press extension 1 for reservations).

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One Comment

  • Jake-B-Quick

    November 2, 2013 at 6:13 am

    is this suppose to be about Whitehorse YUKON, or Yellowknife NWT? because Whitehorse dose NOT have Old Town, that is in Yellowknife, and everything else in Katz write up is about Yellowknife…. These cities are very different, and are in different Territories.


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