Getting here is easy
The Yukon is surprisingly simple to get to any time of year. It’s just a little more than a two-hour flight from Edmonton, Vancouver, and Calgary, with same day connections from most North American cities.
All in all, your clients can get to the ultimate adventure destination in virtually no time.
Air North, Yukon's Airline
Air North has daily scheduled jet-service between Whitehorse and Vancouver, along with Monday, Wednesday and Friday service from Edmonton and Calgary. Schedules flights to Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik, as well as Fairbanks, Alaska, occur in the summer only.
Air Canada has daily, regularly scheduled jet service between Vancouver and Whitehorse.
49(0)1805767757 (Germany) - 0180969022 (Austria) - 08481055 (Switzerland)
Condor Airlines provides non-stop service once a week from Frankfurt, Germany to Whitehorse from May to October.
Travel up the British Columbia and Alaska coasts through the Inside Passage with BC Ferries and the Alaska Marine Highway System to Skagway, Alaska. The Alaskan Inside Passage cruises also dock in Skagway, Alaska, only two hours by road from Whitehorse. Summer scheduled connections by coach run daily between Skagway and Whitehorse. Rail/coach combination excursions are also available.
1-888-223-3779 or (250) 386-3431
Regular service from Vancouver to Prince Rupert, B.C.
Alaska Marine Highway
Regular service from Bellingham, WA or Prince Rupert, B.C. and throughout coastal Alaska
Drive up the Alaska Highway or the Stewart-Cassiar Highway from British Columbia. Each route takes approximately two nights/three days through incredible scenery and friendly northern communities. With 5,000 km of well-maintained highways and seven scenic drives, the Yukon is the ultimate road destination!
Whether by car, RV or motorcoach, the drive is relaxing and easy.
1-800-661-8747 or (867) 667-2223