Please note: May 09, 2018 - There will be temporary lane restrictions when approaching the Air Terminal Building. More

FAQ

1. What are the airport hours?

The pre-security area in the airport is open to the public 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For airline check-in hours please visit the airline that you are travelling with via their website or their customer service line. For more information regarding other airport services such as dining and shopping, click here.

2. Can I stay in the airport overnight?

You are welcome to spend the night at the airport… but, if you would rather spend the night in a hotel, Skyxe has 3 hotels just down the street on Airport Drive. MainStay Suites Saskatoon, Courtyard by Marriott Saskatoon and Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton are all just moments away from the Airport Terminal.

3. Is there storage locker availability?

Skyxe does not offer storage lockers on site.

4. Does the airport have Wi-Fi?

Yes, we offer all of our guests free Wi-Fi. Simply go to the Wi-Fi settings on your device and pick ‘Saskatoon Airport WiFi’.

5. If I don’t have a car, what are my ground transportation options?

If you do not have a car with you there are several options at the airport that you can utilize. Taxis, city transit, car rentals, hotel shuttles, limos, and black car services are available. Accessible transportation is also available through our taxi and rental car services. Click here for more information.

6. Wheelchair Information

Wheelchairs are available inside the terminal building, located pre-security at the departure hall across from the airline ticket counters or just outside the arrivals gate beside the washrooms. Wheelchair assistance can be provided to you by your chosen airline.

7. What is the pet policy at the airport?

While in the airport we require that all pets remain in a kennel at all times, regardless of if you are pre-security or post-security. However, service and emotional support animals are not required to be placed in a kennel while in the airport.

A pet relief area is located outside in front of the building on the south side of our curb near the car rental parking lot.

8. How do I pay for parking?

You can pay for parking either inside the airport at one of our pay stations (cash or credit) located by each exit door. Or, you can pay by credit card upon leaving the parking lot at one of the machines or at the parking kiosk.

9. Can I pre-pay parking?

At this time, you are not able to pre-pay for parking.

10. Can I pre-book a specific parking spot?

No we do not have pre-determined parking stalls.

11. What are the parking rates?

Current parking rates for the Saskatoon Airport are listed below. Please note that Skyxe Saskatoon Airport is not responsible for parking rates listed on other websites.

Time Cost
First ½ hour or portion thereof $2.00
Second ½ hour or portion thereof $2.00
Third ½ hour or portion thereof $1.00
Fourth ½ hour or portion thereof $1.00
Fifth ½ hour or portion thereof $1.00
Sixth ½ hour or portion thereof $1.00
Each additional hour $1.00
Daily Maximum $14.00
Weekly Maximum (any 7 consecutive day period) $98.00
Lost Tickets $14.00 Flat rate for multiple days. Same day lost tickets will be charged $4.00 upon verification.

 12. Can I park longer than the weekly posted 7 day maximum?

Of course you can! After the 7 day maximum rate (indicating the total amount for 1 week), you will continue to be charged for each additional day that you are parked at the airport at the day-rate.

13. Inquiries about specific baggage information (i.e. cost for extra baggage, allowances, lost baggage inquiry, etc.)

Please contact your airline directly for all baggage inquiries.

**For lost baggage, Air Canada and WestJet have baggage service desks located beside the luggage carousel area pre-security and will be able to assist in you in any way that they can. For Delta and Sunwing, please contact the airline directly.

14. What are the hours of the air carrier ticket counters?

Air carrier ticket counters typically open 2 hours prior to domestic flights and 3 hours prior to international flights. However, we recommend checking with the airline you are traveling with for more information.

15. How do I reach Lost and Found at the airport?

Items found in or around the terminal are turned into the information booth. Items can be claimed 24/7 by calling Airport Information at 306.975.8900.

For any items that have been lost on an airplane, please contact your airline directly.