Direct flights from Halifax to Gander

If you've come to WestJet to find direct flights from Halifax to Gander, you've already taken the first step on your journey. Our wide and diverse network of flights includes stops into Gander International Airport, which makes us your go-to partner when you need to get where you're going. On top of that, we offer a winning combination of affordability and comfort, so you can expect to pay less and get more. Explore our selection of direct flights now.

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Airport Details: From YHZ, Halifax Stanfield International Airport To YQX, Gander International Airport

Gander is a hugely important place in the history of air travel: its airfield was once the world's largest, and its airport was for many years the single most important stop-over for transatlantic flights — hence the town's evocative nickname, the "Crossroads of the World." Many famous names have passed through the town’s airport, including Elizabeth Taylor, The Beatles and Frank Sinatra, while visitors that stay a while longer can explore a range of attractions and events. No matter the season, there are plenty of outdoor activities to be enjoyed here, including whale watching, Nordic skiing, golf and kayaking. There's also the Gander River: set amid immaculate-yet-accessible wilderness, its thriving population of Atlantic salmon creates ideal fishing conditions, attracting anglers from near and far.

Find the direct flight you need to start planning an unforgettable visit to one of the most congenial and warm-hearted destinations in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether you're travelling for business or to visit attractions like Little Harbour Marina, the SnowFari festival or the North Atlantic Aviation Museum, you can rest assured that you'll get from Halifax to Gander swiftly, safely and comfortably with WestJet.

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