Calgary Airport Terminal

In this page you’ll find information about Calgary Airport’s Terminal.

Calgary Airport (IATA: YYC; ICAO: CYYC), originally named as McCall Field, is the international airport serving the Canadian city of Calgary and all Alberta region. It is located about 17 km away from Calgary city centre. YYC Airport operates as hub for Air Canada and Air Canada Express.

Calgary Airport (YYC) has two passenger Terminals very well connected between them:

- International Terminal: it has Concourses D and E and operates with International destinations. It is divided into International Arrivals and International Departures areas. It is a very new building reopened in 2016 and serves US and International flight’s destinations. It has its own lounge and a wide number of Services and Facilities. It has the following concourses:
o Concourse D with gates D70-75 for both International and US flights.
o Concourse E with gates E80-87 for all the rest international flights.


- Domestic Terminal: it has Concourses A, B, and C, and operates with flights within Canada. serving Canada flights only, houses Concourses C, B & A :

o Concourse A with gates A12-A24
o Concourse B with gates B31-B40
o Concourse C with gates C50-C65

Services and Facilities

Calgary Airport Terminal provides passengers with several services and faciliies:

- VIP Lounges
- Transport connections
- Parking access areas
- Car rental desks
- Currency exchange
- Banks and ATM’s
- Travel agencies
- Information centres

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