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Mount Lorne

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Infrastructure

Airports
Mount Lorne is served by the Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport and has scheduled service to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Dawson City, Old Crow, Inuvik as well as Fairbanks, Alaska and, seasonal service to Frankfurt, Germany.  

Carriers who have regularly scheduled flights into and out of Whitehorse are as follows:

Carriers who have seasonally scheduled charter flights into and out of Whitehorse are as follows:

Numerous small air charter operators and bush pilots use the airport and it serves as a major base for water bombers used in forest firefighting operations and is also a major stopover point for private pilots.  The airport also controls Whitehorse Water Aerodrome, a floatplane base on Schwatka Lake.

Road Access
Access to Mount Lorne is provided by a network of all-paved, all-weather highways, including the international Alaska Highway connecting the Yukon with the Alaska, British Columbia, and Alberta highway networks.  With the exception of Old Crow, every Yukon community can be accessed from Whitehorse by road.

Driving Distances
Distance in kilometers between Yukon communities

Road Report
Provides current road conditions

Yukon Department of Highways and Public Works 
Responsible for ensuring safe and efficient public highways, airstrips, buildings and information systems