Yellowknife Airport Airport Services
If passengers need any information about the facility or Yellowknife right away, they can visit the Arctic Ambassador desk in the arrival area. When travelers come in off the tarmac and walk straight ahead, counters can be found to the right. Commuters can also find the Yellowknife Visitor Guide available.
Gifts and Souvenirs
Just next to the exit departure doors of the property is a small gift shop called The Cabin. The facility offers passengers to pick up a souvenir of Yellowknife. Filled with locally made products as well as the other Northern related products, The Cabin is open from 04:30 am to 08:00 pm weekdays, and 09:00 am to 05:00 pm on weekends.
If in the unfortunate event, passengers lose their luggage or it doesn’t arrive, they will have to make the short walk back to the departure ticket desk of the airline you flew on to report it to an agent.
Yellowknife Airport includes public bathrooms that are available when the Airport is. Restrooms can be found between gates 1 and 2, behind Javaroma.
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Hotel Shuttle Most of the hotels in the city all pitch in for the same shuttle, so it easy for passengers to find the right shuttle. On occasion, the shuttle bus driver comes right into the terminal building to great and guide commuters to the bus. In other cases, the bus is always conveniently parked in the same spot outside. If travelers walk out of the exit door of the building and walk across the first road right outside the door within the pedestrian white lines to the first median, the shuttle bus will be from the straight left. It often has the logos of the hotels it stops at on the side. If travelers are unsure whether the bus goes to their hotel, it is possible to ask the driver who will gladly help. If the bus isn’t there, passengers might have to wait five to ten minutes.
Food Yellowknife Airport has long experience in the department of food. At the moment, there is a small Quizno’s Sub restaurant that provides their selection of pizzas, sandwiches, and salads, along with drinks and coffee. Yellowknife’s longstanding shop, Javaroma, is also available at a coffee stand located inside the Airport serving up their fresh coffee, sandwiches, specialty drinks, bagels, and muffins. Javaroma also has a small stand available at the security of Gate 1. The working hours vary, so commuters should be cautious and depending on either of these two vendors.