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Car hire Waterloo Airport

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Location information for Waterloo Airport

Serving the Waterloo area, Kitchener-Waterloo Airport is located in Southern Ontario. Flights from Calgary and Vancouver land here, with WestJet the main carrier. Sunwing Airlines flies from here to the Dominican Republic throughout the winter.


Kitchener-Waterloo Airport facilities

The airport is small and therefore has limited facilities. Ample parking is provided outside the sole terminal building. Inside the terminal, there are two cafés and wireless internet throughout. Car rental in Kitchener-Waterloo Airport is possible, and two major car rental companies can be found inside the terminal.


Kitchener-Waterloo Airport excursions

Kitchener and Waterloo make up two of three cities in the region – the other city being Cambridge. Car hire in Kitchener-Waterloo Airport enables the visitor to get to all three destinations quickly. The Centre in the Square, in Kitchener, is a highlight. This performing arts centre regularly holds symphonies. The area is known for its cultural performances.


Best time to visit

October is a particularly prominent month for tourism since Kitchener holds the largest Oktoberfest outside of Germany. July is another popular month because this is when the Waterloo Jazz Festival takes place. Weather-wise, the summer months of June to August see plenty of sunny days but things can get humid. The winter months either side of December see freezing temperatures and snow.


Car rental in Kitchener-Waterloo Airport

There is a large selection of car rental in Kitchener-Waterloo Airport to choose between. Compare car hire online and book a vehicle to be guaranteed of the best method of transportation for seeing the Waterloo region. Navigating Kitchener can be tricky as the city doesn’t follow a grid pattern. However, driving to the likes of Toronto via Highway 401 is straightforward.