Getting here: Located at the crossroads of two major highways and two railways in British Columbia, Canada, it is easily accessible by train, air and automobile. Air Canada and WestJetoffer a number of direct flights daily from Vancouver to Prince George.
Air Canada is the official airline for our event. To book a flight with your promotion code, access aircanada.com and enter your promotion code 7NPDTWE1 in the search panel. Customers will benefit from an instant online registration and enjoy a ten per cent discount on eligible fares.
· The booking is to be made to the following city: Prince George, YXS (BC)
· The travel period begins Tuesday, June 04, 2019 and ends Sunday, June 23, 2019.
· No discount will apply to Tango bookings for travel within Canada or between Canada and the U.S. For International travel (destinations outside North America), discounts apply to all fares including Tango.
WestJet is offering 5% off Econo* and 10% off EconoFlex and Premium fares for travel within Canada and 2% off Econo*, 5% off EconoFlex and 10% off Premium base fares for guests travelling Trans-border into and out of Prince George. To take advantage of this offer, you will need the discount code listed. Please visitwww.westjet.com/conventionsto make a booking online.
Travel from: June 4 – 23, 2019
Coupon code: W56SN45
Promo code: WHH30*Travel Agent use only
*Travel Agents – if booking in GDS please use Promo Code
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