Airlines & Airports
The Atlantic Provinces have multiple flight options depending on your destination you are visiting:
Halifax Stanfield International Airport - Flights to major Canadian cities, Boston, New York as well as to the United Kingdom. For more information please visit the Halifax International Airport Authority website.
Charlottetown Airport - a 10-minute drive from the Historic Charlottetown Seaport. Flights are offered to major Canadian cities including Halifax, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal as well as seasonal service from Boston and New York.
Saint John Airport - Three or more direct flights daily between Saint John, Halifax, Toronto, and Montreal, with connecting flights to Ottawa and all international points. The Saint John Airport is 16 km from the city centre eastbound on Loch Lomond Road (Route 111 East).
Sydney Airport - Sydney has daily flights to Halifax with connecting service to all domestic and international routes.
Deer Lake Airport - located just 50 km from Corner Brook Port and offers a wide range of flight options.
Newfoundland & Labrador is home to two international airports – located in St. John's and Gander – as well as domestic airports in Deer Lake, Stephenville, and St. Anthony in Newfoundland, and Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Churchill Falls, and Wabush in Labrador.
Moncton Airport - is located approximately 130 km/90 minutes from beautiful Miramichi. It offers direct flights to Toronto, Hamilton-Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Newark, Halifax and beyond with connections.
Customs and Immigration
All our partner ports will be happy to greet your guests and welcome them on board. Please remember, however, that visitors will have to go through Canadian Customs upon arriving at their first Port. Here are a few of the most important things to note.
Guests must have a valid passport if they are visiting Canada from any country, including the United States.
Visitors coming from certain countries will require a visitor visa. It must be obtained at a visa office outside Canada. To know if someone requires a visa to enter Canada, contact the nearest Canadian Diplomatic Mission. For additional information, click here.
Traveling with Children
Guests should carry identification, similar to the above mentioned, for children of all ages. If someone is traveling with a child that is not legally their own, they will need a letter of permission from the child's parent or legal guardian. If they are sharing custody of the child, it is best to have copies of legal documents regarding custody rights.
We hope visitors have a truly wonderful vacation in our country. As they enter, an immigration officer will need to be satisfied that:
- Visitors intend to return to their home country and will not try to stay in Canada;
- They are in good health (some visitors may be asked to undergo a medical examination at their own expense);
- They do not have a criminal record or are a security risk;
- They have sufficient funds to cover travel costs and support themselves in Canada.
If any of these criteria are not met, a person may be denied admission to Canada.