Flights to Halifax from Detroit

When you're on the lookout for flights to Halifax from Detroit, rest assured that you can get there with WestJet. Not only do we fly to Halifax Stanfield International Airport, but we also travel to more than 150 destinations in Canada, the U.S., Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe, so you can be sure we'll get you where you want to go with ease. But we don't simply get you from Point A to Point B; at WestJet, we make it our mission to provide caring, courteous service and the safest flight possible — all at an incredible value. So, when service and value are important factors for your next trip, choose WestJet.

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the City of Trees is only a flight away

Airport Details: To YHZ, Halifax Stanfield International Airport From DTW, Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

Halifax is a sightseer's haven, steeped in history and culture. In the heart of the city is where you'll find Citadel Hill, a star-shaped hilltop fort built in the 1800's that offers incredible views of the harbour. There's no better way to learn about the city's past (and present) than by heading down to the water, where you'll find the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, along with a shop- and restaurant-filled boardwalk. Beyond its historical significance, Halifax is a lively contemporary destination, serving up whale watching, fine dining, a fun-filled nightlife and more.

Don't wait any longer. Book WestJet flights now and you'll be all set to fly to exhilarating, heritage-rich Halifax with ease. No matter if you're headed there for business or you're hoping to check out such great attractions as the Neptune Theatre, the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo and Peggy's Cove, WestJet will get you where you want to be. Fly to Halifax from Detroit with WestJet, the airline that gives you more for less.

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