More trips than competitorsWe offer more round trips per day, so we are always ready to take you to your destination.
Modern & clean transportationIt’s clean, it’s comfortable, it’s new! When you board Banff Airporter®, you’ll enjoy Banff’s most luxurious fleet.
No Parking FeesParking in Banff can be expensive; everything in Banff is easily accessible by foot.
Great friendly staffThe Banff Airport team is made of up people passionate about sharing the mountain lifestyle with you.
Travel in style in your high-back recliner with 110V plug-in, individual temperature control, large touring windows and TVs. Our custom-made passenger entry door is virtually silent, even on a windy day. Large tour windows offer peak-to-peak visibility and extra glass thickness provides warmth and soundproofing. Air suspension offers a smooth, constant ride quality, regardless of passenger load. Rear air conditioning moderates air temperature in both summer and winter.
We employ and train all of our drivers locally. Your driver likely has a mountain passion, like hiking or biking in the summer months and skiing or snowboarding in the winter. Feel free to talk to them. They are excited for your stay. Use them as the inside track for tips on what you’ve got to do while in Banff.
From the airport to Banff is approximately two hours; we encourage you to sit back and relax and enjoy the view! You’ll get your first glimpse of the spectacular Rocky Mountains across the horizon as we depart YYC. Or work, if you like – we have power outlets on-board. We are leading the way in hospitality.
In the Town of Banff, we offer door-to-door service. This service is a great convenience to our guests. Some may say that it can lead to a “milk run” around town. We’d like you to know that we’ve been at this for almost two decades. We coordinate each and every pick up or drop off list and frequently will have a second vehicle help with drop offs so that you get to your hotel in the allotted time.
The drive from Calgary to Banff is amazing. You’ll spend about 20 minutes in the city, 30 minutes in the Prairies and foothills and the rest of the time driving through the Canadian Rockies. Some features to look for include: Canada Olympic Park – site of the 1988 Winter Olympics, Lac Des Arc, Mount Lougheed, Three Sisters Mountain, Town of Canmore, Banff National Park East Gate, Banff Legacy Trail and Banff Hoodoos.