Flight tickets to Abbotsford from Tampa Bay

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Airport Details: To YXX, Abbotsford International Airport From TPA, Tampa International Airport

Seasoned travellers know Abbotsford is home to mild temperatures and beautiful views that will leave you in awe — but that’s not all this city has to offer. Summer attractions include the famed Abbotsford International Air Show, which draws thousands of visitors from around the globe, and the Agrifair & Rodeo, which offers live entertainment, a midway and a fireworks display. 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 go? Book flight tickets today through WestJet and your dream trip to hospitable, family-friendly Abbotsford will quickly become a reality. Whether you're flying for business or to check out the city's hottest attractions — including everything from the Bearga Museum and Project Climbing Centre to Valley Wake Park — rest assured that you can get there safely with WestJet. Fly to Abbotsford from Tampa Bay with WestJet and find out how you can pay less but get more.

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