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Kelowna International Airport

Kelowna International Airport is a Canadian airport located approximately 10 minutes or 6.2 NM northeast of Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, on Highway 97.

The single runway airport operates scheduled air service to Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Victoria, and Seattle, as well as less frequent seasonal service to Cancún, Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos, and Phoenix. Currently, the airport handles up to 38 commercial departures a day, or approximately 266 departures per week.

In 2014, the airport was among the busiest airports in Canada by number of passengers with 1,602,899 during the year, representing a 6.5% increase over 2013.

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Latitude / Longitude : 49° 57' 22" N / 119° 22' 40" W | Time zone : UTC-8:0 / UTC-7 | Currency : CAD | Telephone : 1  
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