Ottawa Macdonald Cartier to Iqaluit

Flights from Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International to Iqaluit are in quite low demand and there is only one airliner that operates flights – Canadian North. When travelling from Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International you will cover about 1,303 miles before you reach Iqaluit. This journey will take 3 hours 17 minutes.

The price of the flight is dependent on the time of the day you fly and the day of the week with weekends being normally a higher price. If you are on a tight budget then you should avoid flying at peak hours as the prices are more expensive. The cheapest flights are in the evenings and in mid week. The ticket prices for most airliners will increase the close you get the departure date, so as soon as you know the date you will travel you should book your flights.

For a full summary of all the airliners that fly from Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International to Iqaluit, please see the table below.

AirlinerMoTuWeThFrSaSuFirst FlightLast Flight
Canadian North222221107:1514:15

Flights from Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International to Iqaluit are very limited. Only Canadian North operate flights, of which there is only 1 per week. The time of the departure for this flight is 07:15

To book your flight you can visit Canadian North on their website /canadiannorth.com/. You will find up to date information on availability and the latest discounts.

Flight times for Canadian North are summarised in the table below. These time were correct at the time of writing, but please be aware that times may vary from time to time so please check their website for exact times and the dates you wish to fly.

DayFlying Time
Monday07:15 and 14:15
Tuesday07:15 and 14:15
Wednesday07:15 and 14:15
Thursday07:15 and 14:15
Friday07:15 and 14:15
Saturday09:15
Sunday09:15

Whilst you will find a bureau de change at Iqaluit, we recommend you change some money before you depart if you don’t have the local currency. The exchange rates within any airport are not very favorable, so exchanging money before hand is a good idea.