As of Friday, April 3rd, 2020, all commercial flights to YQG have been suspended by our servicing airline partners.
The airport terminal will be closed to the public from Friday, April 3rd to Thursday, April 30th. The runways and airport remain open for general aviation, medical and emergency flights, and all other non-commercial traffic.
The safety of our staff, tenants and passengers is our top priority at Windsor International Airport (YQG). We understand that this is a challenging situation with many questions and concerns related to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. What YQG (Windsor International Airport) is doing: We take the health and safety of our staff,
CN Railway will be repairing the train tracks on County Road 42 just east of Walker Road from 6:00 a.m. on Monday, September 25, 2017 until 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 26, 2017. As a result of this construction, we will not be providing service to Windsor Airport, resulting in
Published on: April 18, 2017 In light of the recent United Airlines fiasco, I would like to share a similar circumstance that happened to me at Windsor Airport earlier this month. I had purchased a priority assigned seat for the Sunwing flight from Windsor to Cancun scheduled to leave April 3. Unfortunately,
Montreal, July 2, 2015 — Air Transat is pleased to announce that it will increase service to Punta Cana this winter with the introduction of a new weekly flight from Windsor, Ontario on Mondays between December 21, 2015 and April 4, 2016. Air Transat currently offers service to Punta Cana from
Mexico’s flagship resort area, Riviera Maya, will become a short flight away next winter for residents of Southwestern Ontario, as Sunwing adds direct flights from Windsor to Cancun, beginning December 21, 2015. The new route will be the only option to fly direct to Cancun from Windsor. On their way to
Sunwing Adds Additional Flight to Cuba from Windsor. In response to the positive reception of Sunwing's flights from Windsor to Varadero, Cuba, the tour operator is pleased to announce the addition of flights to Santa Clara, Cuba, with a choice of accommodations offered in Cayo Santo Maria. The new flights
(Windsor Star, Ellen van Wageningen, September 7, 2012) Jim and Kathy Bliss were impressed. The Clarkston, Mich., couple drove across the border and flew out of Windsor's airport for the first time Friday. "It was cheaper by about $500 to fly out of here rather than (Detroit) Metro and a lot less