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CityCodeAirport Name
Churchill YYQ       Churchill Airport
Flin Flon YFO Flin Flon Airport
Gillam YGX Gillam Airport
Lynn Lake YYL Lynn Lake Airport
Shamattawa ZTM Shamattawa Airport
South Indian Lk XSI South Indian Lk Airport
The Pas YQD The Pas Airport
Thompson YTH Thompson Municipal
Winnipeg YWG Winnipeg International

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Arviat NU YEK Arviat Airport
Bismarck ND BIS       Bismarck Municipal
Devils Lake ND DVL Devils Lake Municipal
Fargo ND FAR Hector International
Grand Forks ND GFK Grand Forks Int'l
Minneapolis MN MSP Minneapolis St Paul Int'l
Minot ND MOT Minot International
Rankin Inlet NU YRT Rankin Inlet Airport
Regina SK YQR       Regina International
Saskatoon SK YXE John G Diefenbaker Int'l
Thief River Falls TVF Thief River Falls Reg'l
Thunder Bay ON YQT Thunder Bay Int'l
Whale Cove NU YXN Whale Cove Airport


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There are many airports in Manitoba, Canada. However, not all Manitoba airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Manitoba airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Manitoba is one of Canada's provinces. A person from Manitoba is called a Manitoban. It is the easternmost of the three Prairie provinces.

Its capital and largest city (containing over one half the provincial population) is Winnipeg. Other important cities and towns include Brandon, Thompson, Dauphin, Swan River, Churchill, The Pas, Selkirk, Portage la Prairie, Gimli, Flin Flon, Steinbach, Morden, and Winkler.

Manitoba borders Saskatchewan to the west, Ontario to the east, Nunavut and the Hudson Bay to the north, and the American states of North Dakota and Minnesota to the south.

The province has a coast along Hudson Bay, and contains the eleventh-largest fresh water lake in the world, Lake Winnipeg, along with other large lakes: Lake Manitoba, and Lake Winnipegosis. Manitoba's lakes cover approximately 14.5% of its surface area.

Most of Manitoba's inhabited south, near or in Winnipeg, lies within the prehistoric bed of Glacial Lake Agassiz. This south central part of the province is flat with few hills. Only the southern parts of the province support extensive agriculture. Around 11% of the farmland in Canada is in Manitoba.

The eastern, southeastern, and northern reaches of the province range through coniferous forests, muskeg, Canadian Shield, and up to tundra in the far north. Forests make up almost half of the land base. The forests generally consist of pine, spruce, tamarack, and birch. Much of the province's sparsely-inhabited north and east lie within the irregular granite landscape of the Canadian Shield, including Whiteshell Provincial Park, Atikaki Provincial Park, and Nopiming Provincial Park. (airports)


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