Travel to Nova Scotia
Flying to Nova Scotia
Air Canada (AC) (www.aircanada.com) offers direct flights from London to Halifax.
Halifax Stanfield International AirportCode
Halifax Stanfield International Airport is situated 35km (22 miles) north of central Halifax.Telephone
+1 902 873 4422AddressEnfield
1 Bell Boulevard
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Travelling to Nova Scotia by Rail
VIA Rail (tel: 1 888 842 7245; www.viarail.ca) trains run from Montréal to Halifax (The Ocean line) six times a week.
Driving to Nova Scotia
Getting to Nova Scotia by boat
There are regular sailings to Nova Scotia from Portland and Bar Harbor, Maine (USA), New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. Ferry operators include Bay Ferries and Northumberland Ferries (tel: 1 888 249 7245; www.nfl-bay.com) and Marine Atlantic (tel: 1 800 341 7981; www.marine-atlantic.ca). Fast ferry The Cat (tel: 1 877 359 3760; www.catferry.com) operates between Yarmouth and Bar Harbor (journey time - 3 hours) and between Yarmouth and Portland (journey time - 5 hours 30 minutes).
Several ferries and shipping lines offer local services in and around the province. Enquire locally for further details. A growing number of cruise lines also visit Halifax as part of Atlantic Canada itineraries.