Airdrie is strategically located with easy access to all modes of transport.
- 15 minutes to Calgary International Airport, one of Canada's busiest airports handling more than 12 million passengers and 134,000 tonnes of cargo annually.
- Air shipments reach most major US cities in less than four hours.
- Non-stop passenger service to over 50 destinations around the globe.
- The Airdrie AirPark, located two kilometres (1.2 miles) east of the city, is poised for growth. With a 5,000 ft runway, the airport currently accommodates a variety of corporate and recreational aircraft.
- The Queen Elizabeth II Highway, one of the most heavily-used highways in Canada (55,000 vehicles per day), passes right by Airdrie (north/south).
- Airdrie is on the CANAMEX Highway linking Alaska to Mexico.
- Five minutes to Stoney Trail, Calgary’s Ring Road (ten kilometres/six miles).
- Easy access to the Trans-Canada Highway.
- 24-hour US-Canada border crossing is available at Coutts/Sweetgrass, 340 kilometres (220 miles) south of Airdrie.
- Alberta is known for its excellent road conditions and fast-moving traffic.
- Truck shipments reach most major US cities in less than two days.
- Access to Canadian National and Canadian Pacific rail services.
- Intermodal auto and trainload facilities are available in Calgary (35 km / 22 mi), servicing every major city in North America.
- Airdrie is 30 km from CN’s new 680-acre Calgary Logistics Park located just north of Calgary.
- Airdrie is located along the Calgary-Edmonton north/south line of the Canadian Pacific Railway. However, access is currently unavailable in Airdrie. A privately owned spur line is located in Crossfield, 15 km (10 mi) north of Airdrie.