Cheap Flights from Calgary to Halifax International in 2019
Flight information Calgary to Halifax International
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Average flight time, total distance 3748 kilometers
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Flying out of Calgary
When planning a trip from Calgary to Halifax International you can choose from ten regional airports. Other than Calgary International Airport there’s Airdrie Aerodrome, Calgary/Christiansen Field Aerodrome, Calgary/Okotoks Air Park, Calgary/Okotoks (Rowland Field) Aerodrome, Calgary/Springbank Airport, Chestermere (Kirkby Field) Airport, Cheadle Airport, De Winton/South Calgary Airport, and Indus/Winters Aire Park Airport.
The two airlines flying from Calgary to Halifax International are Air Canada and WestJet. Flight time is four hours and forty minutes. For the cheapest prices and special offers, subscribe to Skyscanner’s Price Alert. Passengers should be at the airport at least one hour before scheduled take-off.
Halifax International is located in Enfield, 24 miles outside of Halifax. It is the eighth busiest airport in Canada with close to four million passengers in 2016.
While there are a few restaurant and coffee shops in the departures area, the arrivals hall only has a coffee shop. At the main level, there is one restaurant and two coffee shops.
Shopping possibilities are limited to the pre-security main level and departures area.
Airport services include banking, a lost and found counter, a visitor information center, washrooms, and services for people with special needs.
To travel from the airport to downtown Halifax you can rely on the Halifax Transit MetroX bus scheduled every 30 minutes. There’s also an airport express seasonal shuttle bus that runs from May 1st until October 31st. If you prefer private transportation this can easily be arranged with Skyscanner’s car rentaltool.
Tips for Traveling to Halifax
If possible, avoid traveling during the Christmas season as the airport will likely experience delays on account of harsh weather.
Travel on weekdays as weekends are not only more expensive but the airport is busier.
If you’re bringing gifts for family or friends, leave them unwrapped. Airport security might ask you to unwrap an item.
Don’t forget to book a hotel. This can be done within minutes with Skyscanner’s hotel page.
Attractions in Halifax
If you like to walk in the fresh air while enjoying nature’s beauty, visit the Halifax Public Gardens. The gardens have a wealth of fauna and flora with an amazing duck pond.
For book lovers, the Halifax Central Library is a must see. Not only does the building have amazing architecture and a comfortable reading area, you can enjoy a coffee on the rooftop.
Take a tour through Province House. The tour is free and you’ll get all the interesting details from a knowledgeable guide.
The Old Town Clock. One of the most iconic sights in Nova Scotia dating back to 1803. The hill on which the clock tower is built offers a great view of the city.
Life is definitely not boring in Halifax. With a multitude of landmarks, museums, parks and shopping possibilities, there’s plenty to see and do to keep you entertained.
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