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Canada: New flights to Atlantic Canada this summer

Reaching the spectacular Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, which make up Atlantic Canada, will be even easier in Summer 2010 as two new flights launch to, St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador and one new flight commences operation to Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Air Canada will be introducing a daily non-stop flight between London Heathrow and St. .John’s. The new service will be the only daily non-stop flight between London and Newfoundland & Labrador and will operate from 27th May 2010 until 26th September 2010. Flights to this stunning area, renowned for its wildlife, beautiful scenery, whale-watching, icebergs, national parks and friendly people will start from £618.50. To book see
Leading Canadian direct-sell tour operator, GO Travel Direct, has launched a low-cost, transatlantic air charter service to Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. The new flights will be operated by Monarch, the UK's largest independent charter airline and sold in the UK by tour operator Jetaway 2 Canada.
Operating during the peak summer season, from June to October 2010, UK travellers can make the short hop from London Gatwick to St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador and Halifax, Nova Scotia in just 4 hours and 45 minutes. Return flights from Gatwick to St. John’s will start from just £350 and from Gatwick to Halifax from £350. is ATOL bonded and a member of the Travel Trust Association. To book visit
The new flights are an exciting development for the region and bring a wider choice of flights to holidaymakers looking to head to the Atlantic Canada region, Canada’s nearest provinces to the UK. Halifax, Nova Scotia is already serviced by a range of flights provided by Air Canada, Canadian Affair and Icelandair providing a convenient gateway to New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
For more information on Atlantic Canada visit

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Sandy Ferguson
Girvan, Scotland
Its great to hear that Jetaway2 are flying to Hailfax. Too bad it is from Gatwick. Nova Scotia ( New Scotland) has many many ties, friends and relations in Scotland that wish to go to Halifax direct from Glasgow. I am sure it would pay Jetaway2 to run a flight say once a week from Glasgow or Prestwick ( say every Wednesday) to Halifax possibly originating in Gatwick with the return flight ending in Gatwick. This used to be done many years ago very successfully. Can I have your comments please. Sandy Ferguson
Caroline Laurence
Has Jetaway2canada gone bust. Can only find flights to Winnipeg!?
Effie MacLeod
Isle of Lewis
I am waiting patiently for Glasgow to Halifax flights. Zoom flights were well utilized. I was a regular Zoomer and would gladly have paid more for flights to Glasgow if that would have kept them flying.


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