Round trip flights from Thunder Bay to Oakland

You can count on WestJet when it comes to round trip flights from Thunder Bay to Oakland. Our flights land all over North America, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe, including Oakland International Airport, so you can always rely on us to get you to where you need to be. Because one of our main priorities has always been to provide superior guests experiences, you can trust that you’ll always have a safe, affordable trip. So check out our round trip flights today. 

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Let's fly to the Bright Side of the Bay

Airport Details: From YQT, Thunder Bay International Airport To OAK, Oakland International Airport

Although it’s only a 20-minute drive from San Francisco, Oakland is a must-visit destination in its own right: as one of the most multicultural cities in the US, it’s a vibrant destination where an abundance of shopping, dining, arts and entertainment options are sure to please travellers of all ages and tastes. 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 splash of history and culture, head over to the Fruitvale neighbourhood, where colourful murals and mosaics dot the streets, taco trucks serve up fresh fare and Peralta Hacienda Historical Park gives visitors a closer look at the history of Native and Mexican Americans in the city. For a break from the lively city life, nearby Redwood Regional Park offers a great selection of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.

Rely on WestJet for round trip flights when you want to visit one of the most culturally rich, ethnically diverse places in California. Get the best out of Jack London Square, the Chabot Space and Science Center, Lake Merritt and more once you've flown from Thunder Bay to Oakland with WestJet.

For an enriching air travel experience, book with WestJet today.