Cheap Flights from Manchester to Halifax International (MAN - YHZ)

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Flight information Manchester to Halifax International

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Average flight time, total distance 2743 miles

16h 16min

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Halifax International

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Halifax International: Halifax International.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Manchester to Halifax International is £489. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
16h 16min is the average flight time from Manchester to Halifax International.
There are no airlines that fly directly from Manchester to Halifax International.

This information is correct as of March 2016

Airlines that fly from Manchester to Halifax

No airlines currently offer direct flights from Manchester to Halifax. Indirect flights are available, usually through a combination of airlines. United/Expressjet Airlines fly via Newark Airport, and Delta fly via New York-JFK. Many flights to Halifax from Manchester have two or more stops. United and Air Canada fly via Washington-Dulles and Ottawa International Airport, while Air Canada and Brussels Airlines fly via Brussels and Montreal International Airport.

Terminal Information – Departing

This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.

Brussels Airlines flights leave from terminal 1. This terminal has a good range of shops including high-street favourites like Monsoon, Boux Avenue and Fat Face. Because you're flying out of the EU you can enjoy your tax free discount in these stores as well as at Biza Duty Free. Dining options in terminal 1 range from quick and easy snack bars to sit-down restaurants. United Airlines and Delta depart from terminal 2. There's a Biza Duty Free in this terminal too, as well as airport favourites like WH Smith, Boots and Dixons Travel. There are two coffee shops, a restaurant, a fast-food joint and a bar. Both terminals have an Escape lounge, but if you're planning to use it we recommend booking well in advance.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Halifax International Airport is about 20 miles away from the city of Halifax. Bus 320 offers an express service which takes 55 minutes to reach downtown, calling at Fall River and Dartmouth on the way. Single tickets cost $3.50* (about £1.85). For $1* (just over 50p) extra you can upgrade to a transfer ticket, which can be used on public transport once you reach the city. Taxis offer a flat-fare of $53* (just under £28) or you can take a limousine for $56* (just under £30). Car hire is available at the airport too, and it takes about 40 minutes to drive into the city. You can compare prices with Skyscanner to find the best deals.

Practical Information

British citizens don't need a visa to visit Canada for short trips. If you're going on a long-term visit, have a criminal record, or are planning to work in Canada, we recommend speaking to the Canadian High Commission. If you're flying into Canada you will need to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorisation (ETA) through the Canadian Government Website. If you have dual Canadian nationality you won't need to, although it's recommended that you enter the country with your Canadian passport.

When you fly with a combination of airlines (for example United and Expressjet Airlines) make sure you give yourself plenty of time to make the connection. Remember you'll need to collect your baggage, go through customs, check-in for the second flight and go through airport security. If the first leg of your journey is delayed you might not have much recourse with the other airline. Make sure your travel insurance covers this.

What to expect in Halifax

Halifax is four hours behind Manchester. The currency is the Canadian dollar ($). Prices in Halifax are lower than what you would encounter in Manchester. A pint of beer is about £2.60* while a three-course meal for two comes in at about £37*. Bus tickets cost about £1.30* in Halifax, and taxi fares are about half the price. Halifax has more extreme temperatures than Manchester. During July and August you can expect an average temperature of 19°C, but visit in January and February and expect temperatures of -6°C.

*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.