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From Ottawa (YOW) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 12, 2024

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CAD255*
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From Toronto (YYZ) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 07, 2024

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CAD173*
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From Edmonton (YEG) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 13, 2024

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CAD154*
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From Toronto (YTZ) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD151*
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From Vancouver (YVR) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 12, 2024

Starting from
CAD397*
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From Calgary (YYC) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD194*
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From Winnipeg (YWG) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 20, 2024

Starting from
CAD222*
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From Thunder Bay (YQT) to Charlottetown (YYG)

Aug 20, 2024

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CAD270*
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Explore a Cultural Capital of Canada with direct flights to Charlottetown

Even as the smallest provincial capital, Charlottetown is bursting with energy and rich history. The capital city of Prince Edward Island is located on the southern coast of Prince Edward Island, attracting visitors from all over for its natural beauty and warm hospitality. With a direct flight to Charlottetown, you'll soon see why Charlottetown is considered a Cultural Capital of Canada with its year-round events, festivals, and world-class restaurants.

Charlottetown is also the Birthplace of Confederation, where the Charlottetown Conference took place in 1864. The conference was one of the key meetings that brought political leaders of British North America together, ultimately leading to Confederation on July 1, 1867. And if you're curious to learn more about this series of meetings, there's no better way to do it than seeing it for yourself at the Confederation Centre of Arts. There you'll see a replica of the Confederation Chamber, where the Fathers of Confederation met during the 1864 conference.

Charlottetown is a highly walkable city, so slip on comfortable shoes and explore on foot after your flight to Charlottetown PEI. Start at the downtown core, where you'll pass by colourful Victorian-era buildings and historic landmarks. The harbourfront and marina is where you want to go for picturesque views – and delicious ice cream! Stop by COWS Creamery for a free self-guided tour to see how they make their ice cream. Don't forget to treat yourself to a cone before you head out.

Whether you're interested in taking in the bustling arts and culture scene or getting outside to kayak or golf, a flight to Charlottetown immerses you in the fun.

St. Dunstan's Basilica, Charlottetown Panmure Island Provincial Park

Things to do in Charlottetown

You'll have no problem filling your itinerary as soon as you land from your Charlottetown flight. It's a seaside capital with a rich history, wonderful dining options, and renowned theatre productions.

Start your trip by seeing how some of the city's most affluent residents once lived at the Beaconsfield Historic House. With great craftsmanship and the finest materials, W.C. Harris designed and built the house in 1877. Not only did Beaconsfield feature 25 rooms, it was also equipped with central heating, gas lighting, and running water – making it the most modern residence of the time. Today, Beaconsfield remains a great example of Victorian architecture and is open for visitors to tour.

As you meander downtown after your Charlottetown flight, there's no doubt you'll see the stunning St. Dunstan's Basilica. Admire its sky-high Gothic spires before you step inside. Once you enter, you'll be greeted by vaulted ceilings, intricate woodwork, and vibrant stained glass windows. As a fine example of High Victorian Gothic Revival style, St. Dunstan's Basilica was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1990.

You got a wonderful view of the city from above during your flight to Charlottetown, but why not see it out on the water? Many boat tour operators set sail from Charlottetown Harbour, taking passengers out to watch seals or catch lobsters. Depending on the tour, you'll even get to enjoy a lobster meal right onboard!

Once you land from your Charlottetown flight, you'll be close to pristine golf courses and over 400 fairways. With rolling hills and coastal views, it's no wonder Prince Edward Island is considered a world-class golfing destination. Wherever you decide to play, you'll have a great round with impressive views!


Dine and shop after your flight to Charlottetown

Victoria Row

Victoria Row, Charlottetown

Head to Victoria Row in downtown Charlottetown for a lively street and shopping district. Victorian buildings, cobblestone streets, as well as all the boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and pubs are some of the defining characteristics of Victoria Row. If your flight to Charlottetown happens to be in the summer, you're in for a treat. Victoria Row transforms into a pedestrian-only area with outdoor patios for diners to enjoy their meals in the open air. Local musicians also put on outdoor performances, an added touch to enliven the street and your dining experience.

Victoria Row is a great starting point to jump into the action after your flight to Charlottetown. The Confederation Centre of the Arts, which encompasses five theatres and an art gallery, covers an entire city block and is just a short walk away from Victoria Row. It's the homebase of the Charlottetown Festival, the largest musical theatre festival in Atlantic Canada! Anne of Green Gables: The Musical takes centre stage at the festival every year – in fact, it's recognized in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's longest-running annual musical.

With the quaint shops lining the street, there are many opportunities to find gifts and souvenirs to bring home. Head to the Anne of Green Gables Store to browse through books, stationery, and housewares dedicated to the beloved novel and character. There are also artisanal shops selling plant-based skincare products, natural soaps and lotions and much more – get ready to shop 'til you drop once you land from your flight to Charlottetown!


Take a flight to Charlottetown PEI for an epic hike or bike ride

Confederation Trail

Prince Edward Island

The Confederation Trail is the longest hiking trail in Prince Edward Island, coming in at 449 km. Developed on abandoned railway beds, hiking or biking along the Confederation Trail is a fantastic way to see the province from coast to coast. During your journey, take in the gorgeous scenery of seascapes and rolling hills and stop by small towns for a break.

The Confederation Trail runs tip-to-tip across the province. The main trail is 273 km, beginning in Tignish in the west and ending in Elmira in the east. If you're not up to traversing the main trail after your Charlottetown flight just yet, you can head to the shorter branch trails that run through Charlottetown and waterside communities.

The trail that runs through Charlottetown begins at the Joseph A. Ghiz Memorial Park and extends to Murray Harbour. The trail is 80 km long, providing ample opportunity to stretch your legs and enjoy the beauty of your surroundings. As you explore, you'll also get to learn fascinating stories and facts about Prince Edward Island through the interpretative panels that line the Confederation Trail.

How does treasure hunting after your flight to Charlottetown PEI sound? With more than 1,600 geocaches along the Confederation Trail, you'll stumble upon something interesting if you look closely. Geocaching, considered a global treasure hunt, can also be seen as a series of hide-and-seek games. The hiders provide online clues to seekers, and the seekers use GPS devices to find the caches (or the treasure). The caches usually include a waterproof container and a logbook for visitors to sign their name. Sometimes there are even small trinkets in the caches.

The beauty and charm of this east coast destination will pull you in as soon as your flight to Charlottetown lands!


Getting to Charlottetown Airport (YYG)

Porter's check-in desk is located on the departures level.

Charlottetown Airport (YYG) is about 8 km / 4.9 mi from downtown Charlottetown.

Transportation to Charlottetown Airport (YYG)

Taxis and ridesharing
Taxis and ridesharing services like Kari are available for pick-up and drop-off at Charlottetown Airport (YYG).

By bus
Bus and shuttle services can be arranged for pick-up and drop-off at Charlottetown Airport (YYG). Visit flyyyg.com for more information.

Charlottetown Airport (YYG) parking

There are many parking options for travellers looking to drive to or from Charlottetown Airport (YYG). Choose from hourly, daily, or weekly rates.

You can pay at the parking pay stations inside the terminal building or on your phone through the HotSpot parking app.

Great deals to Charlottetown

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Ottawa (YOW)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Oct 05, 2024

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Toronto (YYZ)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Oct 17, 2024

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Edmonton (YEG)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Sep 18, 2024

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Calgary (YYC)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Sep 04, 2024

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Toronto (YTZ)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Sep 10, 2024

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Winnipeg (YWG)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Sep 02, 2024

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Vancouver (YVR)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Oct 13, 2024

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Thunder Bay (YQT)

Charlottetown (YYG)

Sep 21, 2024

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*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 48hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking. Learn more about this offer. Additional baggage fees and charges for optional products and services may apply.