Getting to Regina

Flying to Regina?

Regina has an international airport served daily by several airlines.

"The Regina International Airport is proud to serve southern Saskatchewan as your gateway to the world.

Global air links are provided by our service partners Air Canada, Air Canada Express, WestJet, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Air Transat, Sunwing, Express Air and Purolator, offering over 200 direct flights per week to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Toronto, Denver, Chicago, Minneapolis and to seasonal sun destinations including Las Vegas, Phoenix, Mexico and the Caribbean."

We can get you to and from the airport!

Take the Train?

Sorry regreatabley Regina has no passenger train service! Don't get us started on this one!

Take a Bus?

Regina has several bus-friendly transportation options for the traveller. 

Scheduled bus service leaves from downtown Regina at 2041 Hamilton Street (just south of Victoria Ave and Regina’s downtown). Greyhound (306-787-3360, 1 800 661 8747) is the major bus line with scheduled East-West service, as well as north toward Regina and Prince Albert. Buses leave several times a day in every direction. From Regina , you can go west to Calgary, the Okanagan and Vancouver. You can go east to Winnipeg, and Toronto, or South into the United States to Fargo and Minneapolis (of course, you can catch the bus from these places and come TO Regina as well!). 

"Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) provides passenger transportation and parcel express services throughout the Province of Saskatchewan." STC operates our impressive new bus depot.

Greyhound will deliver you right to the heart of the city!

Drive yourself?

Distances from Regina to..

Calgary, Alberta 758 kilometers (471 miles)

Winnipeg, Manitoba 573 kilometers (356 miles)

Minot, ND 392 kilometers (244 miles)

Fargo, ND 824 kilometers (512 miles)

Minneapolis, MN 1194 kilometers (742 miles)

Toronto, Ontario 2685 kilometers (1668 miles)

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