Take the Confederation Bridge from New Brunswick, one of the world’s longest bridges, or enjoy a leisurely mini cruise with Northumberland Ferries from Nova Scotia. Consider arriving by sea on one of the many cruise lines or enjoy one of our direct flights to the Charlottetown Airport from a growing number of locations.
Driving Distances and Directions
Getting to Prince Edward Island by Air
- Air Canada offers direct flights from Halifax, Montréal, Ottawa and Toronto on a year-round basis with additional capacity during the peak summer months.
- Westjet offers direct service to Toronto on a year-round basis with daily flights from May to October.
- Delta Air Lines provides seasonal service from three cities in the United States between June and September: Boston, Detroit and New York.
Schedules vary by city and are subject to change. For more information about flying to PEI, please visit the Charlottetown airport online.
A 12.9 km (9 mile) bridge, connecting from Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick, to the town of Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island. Open 24 hours, year round. Visitors pay return bridge toll on the Prince Edward Island side prior to departure.
Getting to and from Les Îles-de-la-madeleine - C.T.M.A. offers regular ferry service from Cap-aux-Meules, Îles-de-la-madeleine, Québec to Souris, Prince Edward Island. The ferry runs year round with the exception of February to the end of March.
Travel by Sea. Save time. Drive Less. Northumberland Ferries invites you to drive aboard, relax and experience the beauty of the sea and sky as you sail between Caribou, Nova Scotia and Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island.