Edmonton Airport Guide to Edmonton International Airport (YEG)

Terminal Edmonton Airport

Edmonton Airport was first opened on 1960 serving as an arch hangar. Later, on 1963, the first passenger terminal was inaugurated, which is nowadays the north terminal. 

In 1998, Edmonton Airport underwent a total redevelopment, which included the construction of the current south terminal and a central hall. Also, in 2009, a control tower was added to the airport facilities. Another expansion was done in 2013 and it is expected another one to be finished in 2018. 

Nowadays the airport has one integrated passenger terminal, including the north and the south terminal under same roof.

The airport is served by domestic US airlines, connecting the Canadian city with several US destinations, and major airlines to worldwide destinations. 

Levels

Edmonton Airport terminal is divided by the north and the south facilities. It is a single level building hosting both sectors. Given the large extension of its premises, both Arrivals and Departures Hall are in the same floor, along with the rest of facilities.

South side

This airport side is composed by a Central Hall and the Arrivals and Departures level. 

Arrivals level: It is split by A, B, C and D Arrivals, including baggage claims (10 to 30) and the Canada Border Services Agency. It has also direct connection to ground transportation options and to the parking lots P4, P3, P2, P1 and Value Park. Some services and amenities are offered.

Departures level: This level is divided by the Central Hall, which allows access to the boarding gates of both south and north airlines’ check-in areas. This hall also separates domestic and international gates. On the south of this level, find the US Departures Lounge, Customs and retail area. Some of the services offered are: US Quick Connect and US Preclearance, indoor observation deck, currency exchange, prayer room, KidsWorld, Medical Clinic, food and drink concessions and retail shops.

North Side

North central airport side houses International and Domestic departures boarding gates 1 to 88. On the other hand, many services and amenities are hosted here: Business facilities, retail shops, food and drink concessions, family play area and airport lounges.

Airlines

The following airlines offers service to Edmonton Airport:

- Aeromexico
- Air Canada
- Air Canada Express
- Air France
- Air North
- Air Transat
- Alaska Airlines
- American Airlines
- American Eagle
- Austrian Airlines
- Avianca
- Brussels Airlines
- Canadian North
- Cathay Pacific
- Central Mountain Air
- China Eastern
- Delta Air Lines
- Delta Connection
- First Air
- Flair Airlines
- Hainan Airlines
- Icelandair
- Japan Airlines
- Integra Air
- KLM
- Korean Air
- LATAM Airlines
- Lufthansa
- NewLeaf
- Northern Air
- Northwestern Air
- Qantas Airways
- Philippine Airlines
- Polish Airlines (LOT)
- Sunwing Airlines
- Turish Airlines
- United Airlines
- United Express
- WestJet
- WestJet Encore

Services

Find the available services presented above in the main terminal of Edmonton Airport:

- Currency Exchange
- Family Entertainment Centre (KidsWorld)
- Lost baggage
- Luggage wrapping
- Toilets
- Smoking allowed areas
- ATMs
- Parenting rooms
- Wheel-chair renting service
- Meeting points
- Showers
- The Renaissance Hotel 
- Duty-free shops
- Business facilities
- Information booth
- US Quick Connect
- Us Preclearance
- Observation deck (indoor)
- Free Wi-Fi connection
- Baggage carts
- Baggage storage
- Prayer room (chapel)
- Arcade
- Medical Clinic
- Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounge
- Self-check-in kiosks
- Pet relief Areas

Attractions

Find in the main airport terminal the “Living Wall”, a vertical lush garden whose purpose is to recycle the terminal’s air. Also, you shouldn’t miss “The Raven”, a sculpture by Michael Hayden’s which has the particular feature of reflecting light, located at the Canada Border Service Agency.