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Getting Here

It’s easier than you think.

With 6 direct flights from major hubs across Canada and access points from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and even Îles de la Magdalen, Prince Edward Island is easy for your meeting delegates to get to.

By Air:

Air Canada, offers direct flights from Halifax, Toronto, Montréal year-round. An extra direct flight from Ottawa is offered seasonally.

WestJet offers direct service from Toronto on a year-round basis, with a seasonal direct flight from Calgary for your western Canadian delegates.

Swoop Canada’s ultra-low-fare airline is offering a direct flight seasonally between Charlottetown and Hamilton.

From The Airport:

The Charlottetown Airport is about 8kms from the PEI Convention Centre and historic Downtown Charlottetown. By taxi it takes approximately 13 minutes to drive. Private group shuttle, limos, vans and sedans services are available. Just ask!

By Automobile:

The Confederation Bridge is a 13-km engineering phenomenon. It’s a very quick, convenient and dramatic way to arrive or depart the Island. Connecting from New Brunswick, “the Bridge” (as we affectionately call it) is open 24 hours a day and takes approximately 12 minutes to cross. Tolls are collected when leaving the Island but not getting here!

For more information, visit www.confederationbridge.com.

By Ferry:

Northumberland Ferries depart from Caribou, Nova Scotia and Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island on a regular schedule from May – December. The 75- minute trip can be spent enjoying a chat and a snack, lounging on the deck, or soaking up the sunshine and fresh sea air. The fare for the ferry is paid when leaving the Island.

For more information, visit www.peiferry.com.

CTMA Ferry provides regular ferry service between Souris, Prince Edward Island and the Îles de la Madeleine.

The Madeleine can accommodate 750 passengers and more than 200 vehicles. This crossing from the Îles de la Madeleine archipelago takes approximately 5 hours.