Saint John Airport

Saint John is the capital of the Canadian providence New Brunswick. Located on the southern tip, the city is right by the Bay of Fundy. Having a seemingly industrial exterior, but being rich in culture and history if allowed a closer look, Saint John is nestled in a hilly, rocky environment. In summer, the highest temperatures are in the lower 20°C range; winter can get rather cold. Saint John Airport is about a 15 minute drive from the downtown area and thus easily accessible. It mainly serves the southwestern New Brunswick area with comparatively cheap flight prices

When Best to Fly to Saint John 

May through September is the best time to travel to Saint John, as visitors can expect the least amount of rain and mildest temperatures. Many Farmers' and Flea Markets are in full swing and water sports activities are popular during that time of year. So are outdoors activities such a hiking. Also, the Saint John Festival of Sail is taking place in August, and a number of concerts are held in parks. Skyscanner's price alert will help you find the best, most affordable flight. 

Airlines at Saint John Airport

Air Canada is the main and only airline flying into the rather small domestic Saint John Airport. On average, the airline operates flights at least six times a day. It serves as a connector to other Canadian cities such as Toronto, Halifax, and Montreal, bringing roughly 300,000 passengers annually safely to their desired destinations. 

Airport Amenities

Conveniently located in one common arrival/departure building, Saint John Airport features a gift and convenience store where duty-free items can be purchased seven days a week. It also has an ATM machine. In addition, travelers find a Canadian inspired restaurant on site for refreshments before their flight.  

Points of Interest in Saint John

Visitors should stroll around the Saint John City Market and visit the New Brunswick Museum to learn more about the history of that particular area. The Loyalist Home cannot missed, as is allows visitors to travel back to the 19th century. Outdoors adventure seekers will enjoy the natural water spectacle at Reversing Falls and find great pleasure in hiking around Fundy National Park. Among many other attractions, Carleton Martello Tower is another popular site. 

After travellers have checked into their hotel or cozy B&B, they are ready to go explore all Saint John has to offer, either by public transport or, more conveniently, by rental car.

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 Getting to & from the Airport

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Saint John Airport is less than 10 km away from the city center. Within a quick 15 minute ride on the highway, about 1 km from the airport entrance, the heart of Saint John downtown area can be reached. On site the airport travellers find six renowned rental car companies such as Alamo or Thrifty and can pick-up and drop-off their cars right there.

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An alternative is the Metrobus route 14, which leaves right from outside of the arrivals area. The single ride fare is $2.75. Buses are wheelchair accessible and in service Monday through Saturday.

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Diamond Taxi is operating metered cabs from the airport offering fixed rates for rides to hotels and bed and breakfasts in Saint John. Set prices range from $10 to $35 depending on hotel location.

 Who flies to Saint John

 Airport Contact Details

Saint John Airport

4180 Loch Lomond Road,
Saint John,
New Brunswick,
E2N 1L7,

Tel:+1 (1)506 6385555
Fax:+1 (1)506 6385550


Saint John Airport Inc

 Location Details

Longitude:65° 52' 59'' W
Latitude:45° 19' 0'' N

 Airport Location

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