Travel to New Brunswick

Flying to New Brunswick

The national airline is Air Canada (AC) ( Air Canada Jazz (QK) ( offers inter-provincial flights to Montréal, Halifax, Toronto and Bathurst (more limited service) from Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton. You can often make international connections via Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Other airports in New Brunswick

Fredericton International Airport

Airport Code: YFC. Location: Website: Public transport description: N/A

Greater Moncton International Airport

Airport Code: YQM. Location: The airport is 3km (2 miles) from Moncton (journey time - 10 minutes). Website: Public transport description: Taxis are available.

Saint John Airport

Airport Code: YSJ. Location: The airport is 15km (9 miles) east of Saint John (journey time - 20 minutes). Website: Public transport description: Taxis are available from the terminal.

Travel by rail

VIA Rail (tel: 1 888 842 7245; runs almost daily (every day except Tuesday) from Montréal to Halifax, via Bathurst and Moncton.

Getting to New Brunswick by boat

Ferry operators:

Bay Ferries (tel: 1 877 762 7245; operates a service between Digby, Nova Scotia, and Saint John.

The Confederation Bridge connects Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick with Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island. It is 13km (8 miles) long, takes approximately 10 to 12 minutes to cross and is open 24 hours a day. A toll is payable on return from Prince Edward Island over the bridge only (tel: 1 888 437 6565; Ferry services no longer operate on this route.

There is a full coastal ferry service between all ports in New Brunswick. For timetables, contact the local tourist information office.

Visa and passport information is updated regularly and is correct at the time of publishing. You should verify critical travel information independently with the relevant embassy before you travel.