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Yes. Regina International Airport is an animal-friendly airport, and you and your furry friend are welcome at YQR. For fuzzy four-legged passengers, Regina International Airport has a pet and service animal relief area where they can tend to their potty needs. An outdoor pet and service animal relief area is outside the terminal building on the grassy mound, in the area with a white picket fence. The outdoor pet and service relief area is furnished with waste bags and waste containers.
There are a variety of practical measures Regina International Airport has put in place to reduce its environmental footprint. Reducing the usage of electricity and natural gas through strategic investment, reducing waste generated through refinement to operations, maintaining an active spill response program, actively promoting recycling with customers, raising awareness of on-airport environmental initiatives, and integrating environmental considerations into Regina airport activities are some of Regina International Airport's eco-friendly practices.
While there are no hotels located directly inside the terminal, there are 3 hotels all located within a few minutes from the airport. Days Inn – Regina Airport West Hotel is located within 5 minutes from the terminal and has an airport shuttle service available for a fee. Home Inn & Suites – Regina Airport Hotel and Executive Royal Hotel Regina are both located 10 minutes from the airport but do not offer an airport shuttle.
If you need to withdraw any cash upon arrival, you can do so at one of 3 ATM machines available throughout the airport. The first is located in the arrivals area in the main hall, while the others are located on the second floor both before and after security. The latter dispenses not only Canadian Dollars, but American Dollars, Euros and British Pounds as well.
There are a number of restaurants and food options located throughout Regina Airport, however only Skyway Lounge, located on the second floor, is open until the last flight of the night. Other food options for late night travellers include Tim Hortons, which is open until midnight and located next to the baggage claim area, and Subway, which closes at 11:00 pm and is located in the public area on the main level.
There are 6 companies offering shuttle services between the airport and the neighbouring areas, including the city centre. These shuttle services need to be booked in advance as they offer door-to-door transfer services. Amongst these, Where 2 Transportation provides local shuttle services and Mi-Bus Transportation has wheelchair accessible transportation shuttle buses.
In the last 3 days, the lowest price for a flight to Regina was C$ 105 for a one-way ticket from Winnipeg and C$ 230 for a round-trip. A majority of our users searched for flights from Toronto to Regina and the best round-trip deal found for that route in the last 3 days was C$ 256.
Airlines flying the most to Regina from Canada are Air Canada, Air France and Avianca.
The distance between Regina and downtown Regina is 4 km.
All flights to Regina land at Regina. The airport code is YQR,and it can also be referred to as Regina or Regina Intl.
On average, a flight to Regina costs C$ 274. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost C$ 88 and departed from Winnipeg Airport.
Based on KAYAK data, the cheapest day to fly to Regina is Tuesday. On the other hand, the most expensive day to fly is Saturday.
The cheapest month for flights to Regina is May. On the other hand, the most expensive months are February and March.
Air Canada, WestJet and United Airlines have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Regina. Confirm policies on booking site.
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Flight was good and staff was efficient and friendly. Being a discount airline, they charge for carry on, food and beverages. I did not partake, but your survey doesn't have a n/a button. My only thing was that it felt like I was sitting on a cement block. My behind was sore after a couple of hours. I was not able to check in on line, so very thankful that the linecat the airport moved quickly. I think I will use Swoop in future if I just need to get somewhere and don't need to bring carry on bags.
Bring your own water, do not expect and comfort on the plan, and over priced gross processed food. Drinks were could (paid for) and saw we needed to bring our own water for a 5 hour flight. Kinda shitty you have to pay for carry on- same price and stowaway luggage. The luggage cost more than 2 round trips from Toronto to Victoria bc. Shocked at that
Airline did Not inform us is further delays to an already cancelled flight. Big chaos prior to boarding.
I would take swoop for a 1, maybe 2 hour flight MAX. Every thing is an up charge, even water. The seats don’t recline so it makes it very tough sitting in that small space. The crew was amazing though, they went above and beyond to try and make the experience comfortable. Also, we were delayed a total of 4 times - 5 hours.
I've flown with swoop a few times and always had a good experience. The crew are pleasant and helpful. Thanks
It’s a no frills airline, professional and gets the job done well.
Nothing at all. The flight attendants couldn’t care less about the passengers. Overheard 2 complaint about being “too tired to bother or care about anything”. Complaining about working 2 jobs and was even too tired to care about returning a lost pair of glasses that they just threw away. Never flying this crappy airline again.
Really nice flight barring a one hour delay, which was already informed. Staff at abbottsford check in counter was very friendly and helpful. Her name was Robin.
Lack of staff Airplane (even with upgraded seats) was not comfortable Boarding took extremely long, no system in place Inconsistent messaging on reason for delay
I sat near a man who continually took his mask off. He was told to put it on 3 different times. He would say “ oh sorry” then remove it as soon as they walked away. By the end of the flight they had given up and they all walked by him “maskless” and didn’t say anything. He coughed and sneezed throughout the flight
Very small aircraft and a tight fit for most people. Luggage was put on another flight :(
Air Canada seems to be understaffed which caused delays at every point of the flight—delays at departure, delays in the air (circling), delay after landing, delays at the gate before disembarking. Horrible experience. And my son, who departed Toronto today, experienced delays because the passport scanning system was down and was told that he would not be able to board his flight. Toronto airport is a mess!!!!
I think the plane that they changed at last minute could be better
Worst travel day I have ever had in 25+ years. Pulled off of two AC planes that were leaking and the third plane that was boarded had maintenance which delayed the flight for over another hour! A total of 10 hours spent at Pearson International before finally taking off! These planes were over 25 years old! Update your equipment!
Due to change of aircraft, I was moved to last seat on the plan. No seat adjustment, no lower back support. Extremely painful, and the same for the passenger next to me. Plane was old, narrow and most cramped. Will not travel on Air Canada again.
Faster boarding times . Gate agents didn’t seem to allow time for extra Carrie on bags. Delayed 1 hour for this. Recurring problem should should be though of long time ago
Air Canada board by zones. I was zone 6 the highest zone, with a window seat... Zones 1-5 boarded before me. Middle seats are zone 5 and aisle seats are zone 4. Made a very annoying boarding experience AKL -> YVR making so many people move. Boarding really needed to be improved. Food was fine but not really enough for a 13+ hour flight and the little "bread" rolls were like rocks. But was fine overall, better than previous meals/snacks Air Canada has served.
When I arrived in Calgary I discovered my plane was reassigned to a more profitable route and I was left stranded in Calgary. I had to rent a car and drove 8 hours to get home at my own expense. 2 of my last 3 flights with Air Canada were cancelled and the 3rd one was delayed 2 hours. Air Canada is an unreliable airline. Choose another airline if you can!
Was kinda tight in the seats no leg room. Seats uncomfortable. Maps cpuldnt keep up Allot of ports not working. But was an amazing ezperience.
Our flight was delayed due to mechanical issues. Would have been nice to have been compensated for our time or at least had some kind of perk. On a smaller note, the crew only came through the flight once with food and drinks when it was advertised that they would come through twice. Overall, felt like we had to deal with their problems.