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Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International YXE Airport Shuttle

Located on the north side of Saskatoon, a city sprawled across both sides of the South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon International Airport provides moderate accessibility to downtown. Enjoy the freedom to come and go as you please by reserving a private lift, choosing between sedans, SUVs, and vans for optimum comfort, or consider a meet-and-greet service, from the luxury of stretched limousines to the practicality of a taxi.
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Saskatoon Airport Shuttle Service
Public transportation is available throughout most of the city. Buses travel to the downtown terminal where you can easily transfer to another bus. At the terminal you’ll find schedules.

Ground transportation at YXE Airport is limited to bus pick-ups through Saskatoon Transit (Route 11) as well as taxi and car rental services on ground level. Make things especially easy by reserving a shuttle instead, booking through either local sedan or taxi cab providers for the added perk of bag-handling services as well as custom drop-offs anywhere, anytime.

Private Sedan
We travel not because we are escaping life but because we do not want life to escape us. Enjoy a lifetime ride in our Private Sedan to Saskatoon Western Development Museum and learn about life in the past. Enjoy the personal side of Saskatoon by doing the same with your ride, getting a private sedan to see the city’s best hidden gems. Make arrangements with area sedan providers to see it all, from the comfort food served at The Berry Barn, a popular restaurant showcasing the river’s countryside, to the just-as-quiet Cranberry Flats Conservation Area, located slightly north of Berry Barn.

Private SUV
Let our Private SUV transport you to Canada’s most popular universities like the University of Saskatchewan and see the lovely historical sandstone buildings. Families in search of a personal moment at any given moment should reserve a private SUV for guaranteed memories, booking through local providers to explore the many shops and restaurants at the massive Midtown Mall, partaking in zip-line amusements and ferris wheel views at Nutrien Playland.

Stretched Limousine
You need to make every moment of your life count. Our stretched limousine brings you great value as you visit Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo to see the wonders of nature. See the city’s bright lights from dim windows by reserving a stretched limousine from area companies, enjoying reservations at the sleek Flanagan’s Steakhouse before delving into the intimate beauty of Persephone Theatre.

Taxi Cab
It is disappointing when you land at the airport and there is no one to pick you up. Let our taxicab services pick you up and drive you to Preshobe Theatre and experience a lifetime entertainment. Business travelers looking for a ride to the Central Business District can benefit from a taxi, a ride that makes the difference between getting there on-time or in a rush. Get to TCU Place with ease, skipping the hassle of parking, not dealing with new streets and lots of traffic, all while looking forward to 24-hour pick-ups when the night’s over.

Local Personal Drivers
Our Local personal drivers are very knowledgeable about Saskatoon’s most visited places like Beaver Creek Conservation Area and enjoy a scenic through the grassy fields and bushes. A great way to get to know the city’s quietest escapes is through the lens of a local personal driver. Book one as your tour guide to find the coolest neighborhood hangouts, asking about the buzziest gastropubs in College Park as well as the best place to watch the sun dip over the Saskatchewan River.

Chartered Bus
The Mendel Art Gallery and Civic conservatory is a must see on your trip in Saskatoon. Our timely buses will drop you off and pick you up as agreed. The best way to take care of over a dozen passengers is by booking a chartered bus, the perfect ride for enjoying wide open spaces, from rides along the river through The Prairie Lily Steamboat to scenic rural adventures at Chappell Marsh Conservation Area on the outskirts.

Shared Van Ride
You can never discover new adventures before visiting the Diefenbaker Canada Center and spend a day at the smallish museums. Arrive to all-in-one locales at the leisure of commitment-free drop-offs, booking a shared ride van with area shuttle companies to not only saving money but seeing bedazzling hotels and resorts, from the modest but modern Radisson Hotel Saskatoon to the upscale restaurants and day spa at Delta Hotels by Marriott.

Private Van
Our private vans have stood the test of time by offering affordable transport services places like Marquis Downs where you will enjoy watching horse racing. Reserve a private van with local shuttle providers to enjoy room for up to a dozen passengers, seeing it at a pace you can appreciate, whether you want to spend the afternoon at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo or take a road trip to Prince Albert National Park.

YXE Airport Terminals
A historic airport transformed after a 2010 expansion, YXE International offers two levels of shops, restaurants, and amenities perfect for making delays fly by.

- Level 1: arrivals, check-in, security, baggage claim, passport control, car rental services, ground transportation, departures gate 1, a café, and escalator/elevator access to level 2.

- Level 2: departures, shops, restaurants, and escalator/elevator access to level.

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Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport its abbreviated YXE and located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The airport serves approximately 1.2 million people each year. Saskatoon itself has a population of more than 300 thousand.

Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport Shuttles
With less than 4 miles from downtown, Saskatoon International Airport makes getting where you need to be simple without over-stretching your bounds, even easier if you’ve got a shuttle to help out. Choose between either local shuttle or taxi cab provider to get a good rate, arriving to awesome neighborhoods with commitment-free drop-offs.

Make sure the neighborhood you spend time in fits your style, looking forward to the brevity of Richmond Heights’ riverside parks and trails as well as the oldest streets in town visible at Riversdale. For something more in the hustle of it all, stay in the Central Business District, home to the mega-sized Midtown shopping center as well as the cutting-edge art inside Remai Modern. On the east side of the river lie a few trendy neighborhoods, including Grosvenor Park and College Park, both of which offer close access to the University of Saskatchewan.

Don’t miss out on a second of the fun by staying organized for each moment. Start with your shuttle reservations, printing out your confirmation e-mail the moment it arrives as well as for other scheduled events, from hotel bookings to rides along the Saskatchewan with Shearwater River Cruises. Keep everything in one place as well, either by keeping a planner or travel journal, both of which are perfect for storing personal documents like passports, identification, and prescriptions. Be sure to also store physical documents in digital form, keeping a handy flash drive or using cloud storage.

About Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport
Close to the city in comparison to most airports, Saskatoon International offers plenty of accommodating hotels in the surrounding area. Make things extra simple by booking at an airport-friendly stay, the closest options being Courtyard by Marriott, MainStay Suites, and Hampton Inn & Suites, all of which are located on Airport Drive and offering free shuttles. Slightly further options include Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre and Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Centre, which are especially popular with business travelers due to all-in-one amenities and close access to Larkhaven Park.

Rest up during delays at the airport, enjoying the simple pleasures located on the upper level of the airport, from duty-free shopping at Relay to casual bites and coffee courtesy of both Tim Hortons Café and Starbucks. There are also vending machines for those staying after-hours, as well as an observation area in the lower level, which offers a few long benches and sofas big enough for a quick nap.

If you’re staying close to the airport, you’ll want to know how to have fun in the surrounding area. Stay simple by checking out the connected parks in Hampton Village, from Draggins Car Club Park to Anita Langford Park, all of which are connected through suburban greenbelts. An even larger space is henry Kelsey Park, located south of Circle Driving and offering an urban greenbelt that stretches from Hudson Bay Park to Westmont. Business travelers looking to blow off some steam should head to the Silverwood Golf Course, located east of the airport and offering quiet views of the river.

Saskatoon Destinations
A popular city in Canada’s Saskatchewan province, the city of Saskatoon offers a wide variety of local aboriginal culture as well as sleek modern getaways. See it all for yourself, starting with the most popular attractions, from the family-friendly ambiance of Forestry Farm Park and Zoo, home to intimate forest nurseries and local wildlife, to The Prairie Lily, an iconic steamboat offering daily rides along the famous downtown river. Check out the local museum scene afterward, moving from the First Nations artwork and performances at Wanuskewin Heritage Park to the Picasso gallery at Remai Modern. Other iconic landmarks include the Marr Residence, Saskatoon oldest house that offers daily tours, and the dazzling Broadway Bridge, which lights up the night with its scenic arches across the river.

Families looking for some extra play time with the kids should spend the afternoon at Nutrien Playland, a popular all-in-one oasis located within Kinsen Park, home to a carousel, mini-train ride, and towering ferris wheel views, while the indoor bounces at Apex Trampoline Park offer hours of fun accompanied by fun music in a warehouse space. Get lost in the outskirts when you get the chance as well, heading to the southern riverside charm of Cranberry Flats Conservation Area for lowly valleys and hidden beaches, or enjoy the free-roaming sheep herds and long trails at Northeast Swale. Be sure to try out the city’s best cuisine before you go, grabbing some festive Mexican and Caribbean drinks at Las Palapas Resort Grill, or going for comfort food at Ayden Kitchen and Bar, an eatery known for their international twists on classic Canadian dishes.

Lounges at Saskatoon Airport
There are no known VIP lounges at Saskatoon International Airport, though the terminal offers free unlimited Wi-Fi throughout, as well as outlets near chairs, benches, and work stations.

Unlike most transit systems a transfer can be used return to the starting direction. Walking and bicycling are both great ways to get around Saskatoon especially if you’re staying close to downtown. All the tourist attractions will be right at your fingertip downtown. If you are staying in the outlying areas taxis can be hailed or reserved. A 10 minute trip can cost you up to fifteen dollars or more during rush hour.
 
About Saskatoon
The economy is that of an agricultural and mining city. It’s nicknamed the POW city; grains, potash, livestock, oil and gas, uranium, gold, diamonds and coal are all prevalent here. Many leaders in the industry make their corporate headquarters in Saskatoon.

Things to do in Saskatoon
Take the kids to Kinsmen Park to ride the Ferris wheel, the miniature train, or the merry-go-round.  See fine art at the Mendel Art Gallery or visit the Ukrainian Museum of Canada. Shop in downtown Midtown Plaza mall. It’s the largest mall in Saskatoon with over 130 stores. During the summer there are more than 8 festivals in Saskatoon including the Saskatoon International Fringe Festival, Folk Fest, and the Saskatoon Exhibition held in August.

Saskatoon Restaurants
There are many national fast food chains in the area including Fuddruckers, McDonalds, Dairy Queen, Burger King, A&W, and Domino’s Pizza. For amazing sweets visit Calories Bakery and restaurant they specialize in French food, the atmosphere is artistic, and the cheesecake is to die for. Truffle’s Bistro not only serves duck, beef, and fish they also serve some vegetarian dishes. Experience crafty cocktails and good food at 6Twelve lounge; they also have a DJ that plays Indie Dance, Techno, Deep House, NuDisco, and Electronic music.

Hotels near YXE
Travelers will find many national hotel chains in Saskatoon like the Days Inn, Hilton, Radisson, Sheraton, and the Travelodge. The most famous landmark is the Bessborough Hotel that overlooks the Saskatchewan River. It was build in 1935 and there is a therapeutic spa where you can get body treatments, manicures, pedicures, massages, even teeth whitening, and more. Dining experiences at the hotel include the Samurai (30 Year old Japanese restaurant surrounded by gardens), Garden Court Cage, Stovin’s Lounge, or dine in your room.

YXE Contact Information
Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport
2625 Airport Dr, Saskatoon
SK S7L 7L1, Canada
Airport Code: YXE