Halifax Stanfield International Airport offers an excellent location for airlines to establish air service.

Location, Location, Location

Halifax Stanfield International Airport is strategically located on the Great Circle Route as North America’s closest continental link to Europe and it is less than two hours from New York, Boston and Toronto.

A Booming Economy

Halifax Stanfield International Airport contributes over $3.8 billion to one of the fastest-growing economies in Canada, along with oil and gas, tourism, medical and ocean research, aerospace and electronics firms, TV and film companies, information technology, and our natural resources – fishing, farming and forestry.

Committed To Our Community

The Halifax business community receives strong support from all levels of government and various organizations. From tax incentives and cost-sharing programs to aggressive marketing campaigns for economic development, business and government work together to achieve mutual success.

Modern Aviation Facilities

Halifax Stanfield International Airport is equipped with an extensive runway and taxiway network with the latest in electronic landing systems, including Category II ILS and simultaneous landing capabilities; a state of-the-art air traffic control tower; all flight services; and efficient refuelling systems.

A Competitive Environment

With a variety of aviation service providers to choose from, Halifax Stanfield International Airport offers a cost-efficient place to do business. Halifax International Airport Authority recognizes the risk associated with the launch of a new operation and will work with you to ensure its success.

Air carriers interested in serving Halifax Stanfield International Airport can contact:

Jo-Anne McLean

Director, Air Service & Terminal Business Development
Phone: 902.873.3014

Halifax International Airport Authority

Halifax Stanfield International Airport
747 Bell Boulevard
Goffs, Nova Scotia B2T 1K2