|Canmore-Peterborough International Airport|
|IATA: CPI – ICAO: EGCP|
|Owner/Operator||Lisieux Ministry of Transportation|
|Hub for|| LisieuxAir|
Canmore-Peterborough International Airport (IATA: CPI, ICAO: EGCP) is an airport in Canmore, Lisieux, and is the largest airport in the country. The airport is the primary international hub of both LisieuxAir and BoltAir and has service to destinations in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, North America, and South America. It is the airlines' largest hub.
Taxis charge a flat rate, currently $28.50, for transportation from the airport to downtown Cambridge.
LTA (Lisieux Transit Authority) operates regional rail service between the airport and Center City Cambridge via the Airport Line with convenient stops at University City, Amtrak’s 30th Street, Suburban, and Market East Stations.
The fare is $7 if purchased on board, or $6 if purchased at a station in center city. An unlimited ride day pass may be purchased either at a station or on board for $10 for all LTA services except to stations in Escambia.
Rental cars are available through a number of companies, each operates a shuttle bus between its facility and the terminals.
As a benefit to students, local schools including The University of Canmore, Canmore Institution of Technology, Peterborough University, Peterborough Community College and Saint James' College, traditionally operate transportation shuttles to the Airport during heavy travel periods such as Spring and Thanksgiving Breaks.