STLHE 2011 has partnered with Air Canada and Westjet to provide a 10% discount to you on its flights to Saskatoon during the conference.
Please use the promotion code FCMMV8C1 when booking your flights for your discount. To book a flight with this promotion code, access the aircanada.com site and enter the promotion code in the search panel. Promotional travel period is from June 8, 2011 to June 25, 2011.
Please submit your booking requests by contacting WestJet’s Convention line at 1-877-952-4696. The agents are available to assist Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (Mountain Standard Time). Please use the Account Code CC6634.
You must make your travel arrangements through WestJet Specialty Sales Team and quote the account number at the time of booking. Discounted rates are available for travel up to 3 days prior and 3 days after the event. For travel outside of these dates, they will offer the best available fare at the time of booking.
The Saskatoon Airport (Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport: YXE) is serviced by: Air Canada, Delta (Northwest) Air, Pronto Airways, Transwest Air, United Airlines Carrier, West Wind Aviation Inc., and WestJet.
To travel to and from the airport, there are: airport taxis, limos, car rental, shuttle and transit routes
For more information, please visit the Saskatoon Airport Authority
STLHE 2011 has also partnered with Via Rail, who have offered a 10% discount off the best available fares to Saskatoon. To use the promotion, please verbally mention the promotion code 12021 when booking tickets. Note: This discount will only be available for bookings after August 24, 2010. The promotional travel period is from June 9, 2011 and June 21, 2011.
The train station is approximately 8 km from downtown, south of 11th Street. For hours of business, maps, contact numbers, and other information, please see VIA Rail's Saskatoon Train Station page.
If you are planning to take the highway to and from Saskatoon, either by Coach (Bus) or by car, we have pulled together some links that might be useful: