Cheap Flights from Halifax International to Winnipeg in 2019
Flight information Halifax International to Winnipeg
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Average flight time, total distance 2578 kilometers
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Cheap flights from Halifax to Winnipeg
If you're flying from Halifax to Winnipeg you have a few route options available. The only direct flights between the two cities are offered four times each week by WestJet between June and September. Outside of the summer months most people flying Halifax to Winnipeg connect through Pearson International in Toronto. By connecting through Toronto you also have more options in terms of airlines, including Air Canada. Direct flights take about four hours, but longer if you have a stopover. Sign up for Skyscanner's Price Alerts to keep track of the lowest airfare when flying this route.
Inside: Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Halifax Stanfield International Airport consists of a single, newly renovated terminal that has won numerous accolades for its design and customer satisfaction. While waiting for your flight to Winnipeg you can enjoy a backrub and a number of other amenities, including fresh seafood, a bar, souvenir and duty-free shops, and a number of cafes. There are also ATMs and free WiFi throughout the terminal. If you are driving to the airport there is a Park 'N' Fly lot that offers the best rates if you need to leave your car there for a week or more. The parkade and exterior parking lots are located closer to the terminal, but they charge higher rates for weekly and monthly parking.
Check-In: Halifax Stanfield International Airport
You should arrive at the check-in counter at least 90 minutes before your flight departs. Most airlines, including WestJet and Air Canada, now offer online check-in which can speed up the process. Halifax Stanfield is not a huge airport so getting from check-in to your gate shouldn't take too long, but you should always prepare for possible delays at security. Because this is a domestic route you don't need to provide a passport, but government-issued photo I.D. will be required to board. If you are changing airlines in Toronto then you will likely need to pick up your luggage in Toronto and check back in there, so schedule enough time between flights.
What to Expect When Landing in Winnipeg
Winnipeg Richardson International Airport is a modern, recently-renovated facility. With just one arrivals hall, navigating the airport is very easy once you land. There is a Tim Horton's and Harvey's in the arrivals hall if you want to grab a bite before heading to your hotel or while waiting to get picked up. Metered taxis are available outside of the terminal. To rent a car you will need to cross the road to the main level of the parkade where four rental car counters are located. A bus stop is also located to your right after you exit the arrivals hall.
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