Direct access to Alberta via our three international airports – Edmonton, Calgary and Fort McMurray – is a priority to increase inbound tourism from our key
domestic and international markets.
In support of this, the Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation led discussions at Canadian Council of Tourism Ministers on improvements to Canada's air policy
regime. Alberta recommends actions for the province and Canada as a whole to be appealing as a fly-to-destinations for both visitors and business travellers.
Learn about policy positioned to benefit Alberta's tourism industry.
The Tourism Division also undertakes strategic assessments to guide the activities of tourism partners relative to developing new air services with markets of
strategic priority for inbound tourism, trade and investment.
Learn more about the Evaluation of International and Trans-border Air Access to the Province of Alberta
(PDF – 1.78 MB) – 2013.
For more information, contact the Research and Innovation Branch.
Last reviewed/revised: May 12, 2014