Flight tickets to Fort St. John from St. Lucia (Hewarnorra)

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Travel to the Energetic City in comfort

Airport Details: To YXJ, North Peace Regional Airport From UVF, Hewanorra Airport

Fort St. John may have deep roots as one of B.C.'s oldest European settlements, but it's also a youthful, rapidly growing spot — so much so that it has been nicknamed "The Energetic City." Year-round outdoor recreation is easy to enjoy with plenty of fields, forests and river valleys nearby — great habitats in which visitors can spot deer, elk, moose and bison as they enjoy camping, fishing, hiking and skiing in the Peace River valley or Boreal forest. History is also brought to the forefront at Doon Heritage Village, a living history village where visitors can experience what life was like in the early 20th century.

Ready to go? Book flight tickets now through WestJet and you'll be jetting off to lively, energetic Fort St. John in no time. Whether you're visiting for business or to take in attractions like North Peace Arena, the nearby Peace Valley or Kids Arena Fieldhouse, rest assured that you can get there swiftly and safely with WestJet. Fly to Fort St. John from St. Lucia (Hewarnorra) with WestJet and make the most of a great guest experience.

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