Your itinerary and time of the season will play a determining factor in airlines availability and just how much you might have to pay.
There are about four major Canadian airlines companies out of which Air Canada is the biggest, they offer flights to Canada from anywhere in the world by partnering with airlines in other parts of the world. For instance, in Africa, the following airlines offers direct flights to Canada:
Royal Air Maroc
Some of the other airlines are WestJet, Air Transat, and Sunwing. You would need to be sure your prefer airline offer service in your location. Air Transat for instance have partner airlines in Europe, the Middle East, Central and South America and Africa (only North Africa)
Ticket prices are not stable but you can stay in the know by signing up for alerts on any flight finder you intend to use. If you will be checking bags, additional bag fees may apply. There are usually stop overs and the number of stops will vary with the airline you choose. Some Flight finder apps where you can get alerts on discounted airfare, compare prices from different carriers and book flights are:
- Dollar Flight Club.
- Google Flights
- Scott’s Cheap Flights.
If in doubts as to whether you are getting a good deal or not, always check with selected carriers directly. Also bear in mind that these flight finder apps have premium services which might need you to subscribe to plans at a fee.
When making first arrival in Saskatchewan, it is important to chose an airport that is a port of entry and also accept international arrivals. At the port of entry, your travel documents will be asked for and you might be asked some questions. The officer has the sole right to allowed you entry into Saskatchewan or not.
Airports Of Entry In Saskatchewan;
- Regina International Airport
- Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport