Kelowna International Airport (YLW) enjoys many direct North American connections such as Vancouver, Los Angeles, Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa, Seattle, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and more recently Varadero, Cuba
Because Kelowna International Airport is growing rapidly more international airlines are adding YLW to their routes, and more services being announced regularly. Keep in touch regarding airlines operating into Kelowna at http://ylw.kelowna.ca
For our Australian guests Air Canada offers direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane to Vancouver (YVR) the major entry gateway to Kelowna (YLW). Similarly, Qantas also flies directly from Sydney-Vancouver during the busy periods of the northern winter. Likewise, Vancouver is a major hub for numerous North American and international destinations.
Favourite international connections for Stonebridge at Big White guests include:
Sydney-Vancouver-Kelowna Sydney-Los Angeles-Vancouver-Kelowna
Brisbane-Vancouver-Kelowna Brisbane-Los Angeles-Vancouver-Kelowna
Melbourne-Vancouver-Kelowna Melbourne-Los Angeles-Vancouver-Kelowna
Auckland-Vancouver-Kelowna Auckland-Los Angeles-Kelowna
London-Vancouver-Kelowna London-Calgary-Kelowna London-Toronto-Kelowna
Hong Kong-Vancouver-Kelowna Munich-Vancouver-Kelowna Amsterdam-Calgary-Kelowna
Frankfurt-Calgary-Kelowna Reykjavik-Edmonton-Kelowna Maui-Seattle-Kelowna
- Most travelers need a visitor visa or an eTA to travel to, or transit through, Canada. Before you apply, find out what you need here.
- Allow at least 2 hours connection to clear customs and immigration, and to connect to your domestic flights to Kelowna.
- If you are transiting via Los Angeles give yourself extra time for connections to transfer from one terminal to another.
- If you are transiting through Vancouver, and have time on your hands, and/or children that need to be kept distracted, we recommend you enjoy the ambience and welcoming hospitality of the Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel which is conveniently located within the terminal, overlooking the runways.