Airfare to Abbotsford from Oklahoma

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Airport Details: To YXX, Abbotsford International Airport From OKC, Will Rogers World Airport

Touted as one of Western Canada's most beautiful destinations, Abbotsford offers a pleasing combination of mild temperatures and a spectacular landscape. Summertime spectacles include the world renowned Abbotsford International Air Show, a celebrated event that boats impressive maneuvers and attracts thousands each year, and the Agrifair & Rodeo, which includes musical entertainment, interactive games and a fireworks show. Wintertime calls for outdoor adventure in the surrounding region, including skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing, while big-ticket shopping can be enjoyed any season, thanks to the city's convenient proximity to both Vancouver and the U.S. border.

Ready to hit the skies? Book airfare today with WestJet and before you know it you'll be in hospitable, family-friendly Abbotsford. Whether you're visiting for business or to take in attractions like the Bearga Museum, Project Climbing Centre or Valley Wake Park, rest assured that you can get there swiftly and safely with WestJet. Fly to Abbotsford from Oklahoma with us and find out firsthand how we take outstanding customer service sky high.

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