Wondering how to get to Prince Edward Island? Whether you decide to fly, drive, or sail to the Island, how you get here is an experience in itself.

By air

There is nothing quite like flying over Prince Edward Island and seeing the breathtaking patchwork of farm fields from the sky. The Charlottetown Airport (YYG) is conveniently located in central Prince Edward Island and offers a variety of direct and connecting commercial flights. For a list of air carriers from the Charlottetown Airport, visit FlyPEI.

By bridge

If you choose to drive to PEI, you can drive over the 13 kilometre Confederation Bridge which is the longest bridge over ice covered waters in the world and takes about 10 minutes to cross. It links New Brunswick to Borden-Carleton, PEI.

By ferry

Sail aboard Northumberland Ferries from Caribou, Nova Scotia to Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island. The 75-minute car ferry trip offers a pleasant break from driving.

The bridge and ferry tolls are paid only on departure from Prince Edward Island.