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Edmonton International Airport

Edmonton International Airport is the primary air passenger and air cargo facility in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region of the Canadian province of Alberta. Operated by Edmonton Airports, it is located 14 NM south southwest of downtown Edmonton in Leduc County on highway 2 opposite of the city of Leduc. The airport offers scheduled non-stop flights to major cities in Canada, the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and Europe.

It is a hub facility for Northern Alberta and Northern Canada. The airport has a catchment area encompassing Central and Northern Alberta, northern British Columbia, and Yukon, the Northwest Territories and western Nunavut. Total catchment area is 1.8 million residents. It is Canada's largest major airport by total land area, the 5th busiest airport by passenger traffic and 9th busiest by aircraft movements. It served 8,254,121 passengers in 2018.

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Latitude / Longitude : 53° 18' 29" N / 113° 35' 4" W | Time zone : UTC-7:0 / UTC-6 | Currency : CAD | Telephone : 1  
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Air Canada Douglas DC-9, Edmonton Airport, May 1979
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