Travel to Newfoundland And Labrador
Flying to Newfoundland And Labrador
Canada’s national carrier Air Canada (AC) (www.aircanada.com) operates regular interregional and international services to Newfoundland and Labrador. Provincial, WestJet, Air Transat and other major airlines also serve the province.
St. Anthony AirportCode
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The airport is 8km (5 miles) from the city centre (journey time - 15 minutes).TelephoneAddress
Travelling to Newfoundland And Labrador by Rail
Tshiuetin Rail Transportation Inc. (tel: +1 418 960 0982; www.tshiuetin.net) provides a passenger service between Sept-Iles in Québec and Emeril Junction in western Labrador.
Driving to Newfoundland And Labrador
Getting to Newfoundland And Labrador by boat
A year-round daily passenger and vehicle ferry service runs between North Sydney, Nova Scotia, and Port aux Basques on Newfoundland's southwest coast. Summer services run three times a week between North Sydney and Argentia on Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula, mid June to late September. You can make reservations with Marine Atlantic (tel: +1 800 341 7981; www.marineatlantic.ca).
Saint Pierre Ferry (tel: +1 855 832 3455; www.saintpierreferry.ca) runs a daily ferry service in summer, to the French islands of St Pierre from Fortune on Newfoundland's Burin Peninsula.
Intra-provincial ferries connect island communities with larger towns. A seasonal ferry (tel: +1 866 535 2567; www.labradormarine.com) connects Blanc Sablon, Québec (on the border with Labrador) and St Barbe on Newfoundland's Great Northern Peninsula with an 80-minute crossing from April to January. Remote communities on the Labrador coast and Newfoundland's south coast are also served by coastal boats. All intra-provincial ferry services can be checked online (www.gov.nl.ca/ferryservices). Also available on this website are details of a summer car ferry service between Lewisporte on Newfoundland's north coast and Happy Valley-Goose Bay in Labrador.