Passenger guide, data, flight status: departures, arrivals, airlines, facilities and services, transportation, car rental, parking, staying overnight, accessibility for special passengers and reviews.
Regina International Airport, opened in 1940, is the second busiest of the Saskatchewan Province, in Canada (after Saskatoon Airport). It operates with domestic and regular and seasonal international flights to the United States, Mexico and the Caribbean.
Official Website: yqr.ca
Number of Terminals - 1 - Open 24 hours a day.
Annual passenger traffic: 1.2 million passengers went through it in 2018.
Tel: +1 306 761 7555. There is an information desk in the main Arrivals Hall.
The airport is located 7 km (4.3 miles) to the southwest of Regina's city centre.
Ride-sharing - Vehicles from Uber pick passengers up in the short-term parking lot, across from the Arrivals doors.
Taxi - The service is provided by Capital Cabs (Tel +1 306 791 2222) and vehicles are available directly outside the terminal doors, in the baggage retrieval area. A taxi coordinator will assist you in getting a cab to take you to your final destination. The trip to downtown Regina takes around 10 minutes.
Shuttle Services - Private or shared minibuses to Regina, Moose Jaw and other Saskatchewan locations.
Engelheim Charter (Tel +1 800 667 7433)
South Sask Bus Lines (Tel +1 306 691 2871)
Mi-Bus Transportation (Tel +1 306 591 0108)
Where 2 Transportation (Tel +1 306 522 4477)
Moose Mountain Bus Lines (Tel +1 306 721 6708 / 552 7570)
Hobo Express (Tel +1 306 533 3862)
Places for short and long stays in front of the terminal. To the right of the airport entrance, there is also a free passenger pick-up area (Cell Phone Lot). Further information
Short-Term Parking - For stays of less than 2 hours.
Long-Term Parking - For long stays, with charging stations for electric vehicles.
Overflow Lot - Situated to the right of the terminal.
Teletypewriters available throughout the terminal at most SaskTel kiosks. Washrooms are large enough to accommodate wheelchairs and are equipped with accessible stalls, lower sinks and angled mirrors. They are clearly marked by signage.
Adapted transportation - To ensure that cab companies can provide the best service possible, it is important that passengers with special needs contact Capital Cabs (Tel +1 306 791 2222) at least 24 hours in advance.
Parking - The airport has designated stalls for accessible parking in both the short and long term lots. These areas are located across from the terminal building and are subject to regular parking fees.
Latest updates: January 24, 2020