412 miles: Calgary International Airport - Calgary, Canada (YYC / CYYC)
487 miles: Salt Lake City International Airport - Salt Lake City, UT (SLC / KSLC)
565 miles: Kelowna International Airport - Kelowna, Canada (YLW / CYLW)
574 miles: Edmonton International Airport - Edmonton, Canada (YEG / CYEG)
590 miles: Kenmore Air Harbor Seaplane Base - Seattle, WA (LKE / W55)
594 miles: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport - Seattle, WA (SEA / KSEA)
629 miles: Regina International Airport - Regina, Canada (YQR / CYQR)
658 miles: Portland International Airport - Portland, OR (PDX / KPDX)
679 miles: Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport - Saskatoon, Canada (YXE / CYXE)
699 miles: Abbotsford International Airport - Abbotsford, Canada (YXX / CYXX)
4 miles: Helena Regional Airport - Helena, MT (HLN / KHLN)
68 miles: Bert Mooney Airport - Butte, MT (BTM / KBTM)
87 miles: Great Falls International Airport - Great Falls, MT (GTF / KGTF)
91 miles: Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport - Bozeman, MT (BZN / KBZN)
Travel Math helps you find the closest airport to any city, as well as a list of smaller local airports. You can use these pages to plan your trip and figure out the easiest way to get to your destination. Many times there are multiple airports near the city you want to visit, so you can often find a cheaper flight into a different airport. This is especially useful if you are getting a rental car, since it might be better to drive a bit farther in order to save money on airfare. If you're booking an international flight, you probably want the closest major airport, otherwise if you're a pilot you may be looking for a local airport. Use this tool along with the flight distance pages to plan your travel.
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