Flights from Fort St. John to Oakland

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Airport Details: From YXJ, North Peace Regional Airport To OAK, Oakland International Airport

San Francisco is a mere 20-minute drive away, but Oakland is a top-class destination in its own right: as a multicultural metropolis, it's home to an enviable assortment of dining, arts, shopping and entertainment options for visitors of all ages and persuasions. Family fun awaits at the Children’s Fairyland, a storybook theme park that features more than 40 storybook sets and has remained a popular attraction since its opening in 1950. For a neighbourhood that’s rich in history and culture, Fruitvale delivers with an array of colourful street art, a tasty selection of taco trucks and Peralta Hacienda Historical Park, which offers a more in-depth look at the history of Native and Mexican Americans in Oakland. Away from the bustling downtown area, Redwood Regional Park is rightly renowned for its scenic trails and bountiful opportunities for mountain biking and horseback riding.

Book your flight and look forward to touching down in one of California's most culturally rich and ethnically diverse destinations. No matter the nature of your visit, you’re sure to enjoy Jack London Square, the Chabot Space and Science Center and Lake Merritt — most of all you can count on WestJet to get you from Fort St. John to Oakland.

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