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Fun Facts about our Non-stops

Amsterdam is serviced by KLM airline and flies non-stop between Edmonton and Amsterdam four times a week during peak season. 

Reykjavik, Iceland is a great destination to fly to non-stop to experience Iceland. This route is also perfect for travellers connecting to other European destinations, and it takes a little over six hours to make the trip.

The island of Maui has a population of less than 150,000, yet there are three airports on the island! I suppose living on an island would mean a lot more trips by air. This route recently received an upgauge from WestJet, now being served on a Boeing 767 aircraft.

WestJet began flying between Edmonton and London Gatwick in May, 2016. In 2015, Gatwick Airport became the first single runway airport to handle more than 40 million passengers annually.

EIA has two airlines that offer service to Seattle: Delta Air Lines and Alaska Airlines. Many travellers from both ends of this route travel to watch their favourite sports teams in action. Unfortunately, you'd never be able to watch your hometown football team playing an away game, since the CFL and NFL don't mix. 

Visitors to Yellowknife, NWT can have two very different experiences depending on the time of year. Summers in Yellowknife are beautiful, and there are countless opportunities for fishing and other outdoor activities. The winter days are long and cold, but taking in the natural beauty of the region on a dogsled more than makes up for it. If you're out on Great Slave Lake in the summer (specifically Yellowknife Bay), chances are you'll float past a house boat; many people live right on the lake. What happens during the winter? Well, the house boats stay frozen in place, eagerly awaiting the summer thaw. 

Denver International Airport is the largest airport in the United States in terms of land area. (Sound familiar?) It’s so huge that the four busiest airports in the US (Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, O’Hare International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport) could fit into Denver Airport’s 53-square miles of land.

You can fly to Barcelona by connecting through our KLM Amsterdam flight. Antoni Gaudi is considered one of the great architects who vastly influenced buildings in the city. His La Sagrada Familia, a Roman Catholic Church began in 1882, is still under construction today - many years after his death.

You can fly to Glasgow by connecting through our Icelandair Reykjavik flight. Glasgow’s underground railway system is the only one in Scotland, and the 3rd oldest in the world. It is sometimes nicknamed the Clockwork Orange, because of the colour of the trains.

You can fly to Prague by connecting through our KLM Amsterdam flight. According to the Guinness book of world records, Prague is the proud owner of the largest castle in the world. Dating back to the 9th century, Prague Castle spans 18 acres with numerous courtyards and buildings. 

You can fly to Manchester by connecting through our Icelandair Reykjavik flight. Manchester has the biggest student population of any city in Europe, and is also the most linguistically diverse city in Western Europe. In 2013, Manchester was named the most liveable city in the UK. 

By the early fourth century, the Romans had built a road network of 53,000 miles throughout the empire. Each Roman mile was about 1,000 paces (about 4,800 feet) and was marked by a milestone. Hence the proverb "All roads lead to Rome."

London is formed by two ancient cities – City of London and City of Westminster, both cities forming the region of Greater London.

You can fly to Zurich by connecting through our Icelandair Reykjavik flight. Zurich is also an important center for knowledge and research. Albert Einstein, who not only studied at the University of Zurich but was also part of the faculty as a professor. A very peculiar aspect about the education system is that the schools for children in Zurich do not function on Wednesdays.

Belgium produces around 220,000 tonnes of chocolate every year. That means, 22 kg of chocolate is consumed per person per year or 61 grams per day on an average. The world’s biggest chocolate selling point is Brussels National Airport.