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The city of Quesnel is a two-mile drive southwest of Quesnel Airport. The airport itself is one of British Columbia's smaller airports and as such, it only has one scheduled flight per day. The airline Central Mountain Air flies daily to Vancouver, with all other flights chartered.
The facilities in the airport are lacking. There is an aviation school which has a vending machine which is available to passengers of commercial flights. There is also a parking area, which is spacious enough to ensure finding a space isnt a problem. Car rental in Quesnel Airport is not available in the terminal but booking in advance will guarantee a vehicle is waiting for you on arrival.
Visitors to Quesnel will discover a city with a rich gold mining heritage. Every year, Quesnel celebrates this heritage with Billy Barker Day. Getting out of the Quesnel is a good idea for those who want to see more of the area. Nearby Dragon and Brouchie lakes, where there is excellent fishing and the close-by city of Prince George are popular excursions.
The period between late October and early March is a great time to fly to Quesnel Airport since there are many ski resorts located nearby. May to September is another popular time to visit Quesnel. Outdoor activities such as fishing are on offer in these warm months and Billy Barker Day takes place on the third weekend of July.
Car hire in Quesnel Airport needs to be arranged in advance as there are no on site car rental outlets at the airport. Many local companies are willing to drop off vehicles at the airport. Compare car hire online to find the best deal to suit your needs. Driving around Quesnel presents few challenges, with the well-maintained Highway 97 the main route in and out of the city.