Flights to Angling Lake

Wapekeka, Ontario, Canada, is served by the Angling Lake/Wapekeka Airport. The airport is operated by the Government of Ontario, and has a gravel surfaced runway that is 1,100 meters or 3,609 feet long. This public type airport is located in the Wapekeka First Nation and can be found on the map using the coordinates 53°50′57″N, 089°34′46″W. The airport is elevated at 217 meters or 712 feet.

What to see & do

Wapekeka First Nation, formerly known as Angling Lake First Nation, is a First Nation within Ontario, Canada. As an Oji-Cree community in the Kenora District, Wapekeka First Nation has a total population of 375 with 355 on-reserves. The Kenora District of Northwestern Ontario, with its district seat Kenora, is the largest division within the province. Among the cities, towns, townships, and First Nation reserves within the district include Dryden, Kenora, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout, Ear Falls, Ignace, Machin, Attawapiskat, Bearskin Lake, Poplar Hill, and Wapekeka, among others. Within Northwest Ontario, activities that can be done include cross-country skiing, dog sledding, downhill skiing, snowshoeing, curling, ice climbing, ice fishing, ice racing, kite boarding, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, as well as winter camping. Cross-country skiing can be done in Rendezvous Cross Country Ski Trails, Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park, Kamview Nordic Centre, Lappe Nordic Ski Centre, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, and Dryden Ski Club, to name a few. Ice fishing can be done in Ice Fishing Lake of the Woods in Kenora, while ice racing can be done in Thunder Bay’s Thunder Bay Autosport Club. Snowshoeing can be done via Lakehead Region Conservation Areas, Ontario Parks, and Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area, to name a few.

How to get around Wapekeka

Since the community or settlement is not accessible by road, a way to get into Wapekeka is via the Angling Lake/Wapekeka Airport with flights operated by Wasaya Airways. Most of Wapekeka First Nation is also accessible by foot. Although when in Kenora, within the same district, it is best to walk throughout the city’s downtown area, since it is very pedestrian-friendly. Within the city of Kenora, there is also a transit service that runs on three routes six days in a week, except for Sundays, and a taxi service that can easily be found and is available within the city proper. Moving around Ontario, it can be explored via the GO Transit, which functions all throughout the Greater Toronto Area, and VIA Rail which also services most of the Ontario area, including its small towns and large cities.

How to get there

The Angling Lake/Wapekeka Airport serves Wapekeka First Nation, formerly known as Angling Lake First Nation, of Ontario, Canada. There is not much information on Angling Lake/Wapekeka Airport, along with the airport services, airlines, destinations and flight schedules. Currently, the only airline that operates flights to Wapekeka is Wasaya Airways. Among the airports that serve Ontario, Canada include the Toronto Pearson International Airport also known as Lester B. Pearson International Airport, or Pearson Airport/Toronto Pearson. The airport operates flights to and from destinations such as Dublin, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Barbados, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, London, Milan, New Orleans, Orlando, Paris, Rome, Abu Dhabi, Brussels, Delhi, Islamabad, Manila, Lisbon, São Paulo, Vancouver, New York, Istanbul, and Cancún, via Aer Lingus operated by Air Contractors, Aeroméxico, Air Canada, Air Canada Express, Air Canada Rouge, Air France, Air Transat, Alitalia, Etihad Airways, Jet Airways, Pakistan International Airlines, Philippine Airlines, SATA International, Sunwing Airlines, TAM Airlines, and WestJet, to name a few.

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