Prices were available within the past 7 days and starts at CA $811 for one-way flights and CA $1,600 for round trip, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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Frequently asked questions
Can I cancel my flight booking to Nunavut due to COVID-19?
In response to these difficult times, many air carriers are offering greater flexibility. Click through to our Customer Service Portal for details about amending or canceling your Nunavut flight due to COVID-19.
What's the best way to find cheap flights to Nunavut that have flexible change policies?
Search for cheap flights to Nunavut, then mark the “No change fee” box directly below the “Flexible change policies” heading. From then on it’s smooth sailing. We appreciate that things can change and flexibility matters, so book with confidence with Expedia.
What are some of the general tips for travelers to Nunavut during the COVID-19 outbreak?
If it’s your first time traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’ll notice new restrictions and rules in place. Take note of these tips and make your trip to Nunavut go off without a hitch:
Before you lock in a flight, check if any travel bans or restrictions apply — in both your destination and origin. Stay informed with the latest updates by checking government websites.
When you go through airport checkpoints, keep your face mask on. You will be asked to lower it briefly to confirm your identity. Passengers who refuse to wear a mask may be fined and denied entry.
Instead of handing a TSA agent your boarding pass, place it straight on the scanner yourself. When that’s done, hold it up for inspection.
TSA is now permitting passengers to take one container of hand sanitizer, up to 12 oz (350 ml) in size, in carry-on bags. This will need to be removed from your bag to be screened.
To reduce handling during screening, place personal items such as your phone, coins and keys into your carry-on instead of the bins.
Separate any food you have for screening. Food items often trigger the alarm. Putting them in a clear plastic bag and into a bin reduces the need for a TSA employee to handle and inspect your belongings.
How can I find cheap tickets to Nunavut?
Book well in advance, fly with budget airlines, use points or miles — there are loads of ways! One more is to make use of Expedia’s “flexible dates” function. Find a Nunavut flight, then check out the prices for nearby dates. In the last seven days, the best price for a flight to Nunavut was CA $1,600.
How much is a flight to Nunavut?
In the last seven days, round-trip tickets to Nunavut sold for as low as CA $1,600 and reached a maximum cost of CA $1,993. For one-way journeys departing from Yellowknife (YZF), the lowest amount paid during this same period was just CA $811.
When is the cheapest time to fly to Nunavut?
If you’d prefer to spend your vacation money enjoying the delights of Nunavut rather than on your trip there, leave earlier in the week. The cheapest day to fly is generally Tuesday, with Monday a close second. With many people traveling over the weekend, Saturday tends to have the costliest fares.
How much is a plane ticket to Nunavut?
In the last seven days, fares to Nunavut cost between CA $1,600 and CA $1,993. Prices rise as your travel date nears, so find a bargain today.
What are the best things to do in Nunavut?
Begin your Nunavut vacation in the buzzing city of Iqaluit. There’s lots to keep you busy here, from interesting attractions like Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre to great food, arts, shopping and more.
When it comes to planning your vacation, bear in mind that Iqaluit is known for its tundra climate. Check the temperatures before you depart so you have a clearer idea of what to expect.
Approximately 1175 kilometres to the west of Iqaluit, Rankin Inlet also deserves a place on your itinerary. Popular sights in this city include Marble Island — remember to add it to your sightseeing list.
What is the best time to go to Nunavut?
A terrific time to visit Iqaluit is after June 20 when the summer season starts. In Nunavut’s leading city, temperatures fluctuate from 40 ºF (4 ºC) to 50 ºF (10 ºC) at this time — excellent weather for seeing the sights! are the most popular months to visit.
What months are the cheapest to book a flight to Nunavut?
February is a cheap month to reserve a seat for your Nunavut getaway. Airfares cost the most during the month of December, so steer clear of this time if possible.
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