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Flights to New Brunswick in 2021

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COVID Restrictions

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Can I fly to New Brunswick right now?

Travel to New Brunswick is currently restricted due to COVID-19. The restrictions for New Brunswick are based on the Canada restrictions which are: Entry restrictions

Canada has restricted the entry of all foreign nationals. Travelers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or people registered under the Indian Act may only enter Canada for essential purposes. Entrance will be denied to people traveling for tourism, sightseeing, recreation, entertainment, social visits or religious functions. Canada has suspended all flights to and from the UK until January 6. Foreign nationals who are eligible to travel to Canada are immediate/extended family members of a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, person who is authorized by the Public Health Agency of Canada to travel to Canada for compassionate reasons, person who is authorized by the Deputy Minister of Canadian Heritage to travel to Canada for the purpose of an International Single Sport Event, temporary foreign workers, international students, person approved to become a permanent resident, transiting passengers, members of the Canadian forces, accredited diplomats and their immediate family members, air and marine crew members, French citizens who live in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon and have been in only Canada. Immediate family members of a national or permanent resident of Canada must be traveling to be with the national or permanent resident and intending to stay in Canada for 15 days or more. Extended family members of a national or permanent resident of Canada must be traveling to be with the national or permanent resident, intending to stay in Canada for 15 days or more and have a written authorization from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Entry requirements

All passengers five years of age or older, must present a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR test result issued within 72 hours prior to departure. Travelers without a negative test will be denied to board their flight. Travelers from a country where PCR testing is unavailable will be required to report to a designated Public Health Agency of Canada quarantine facility for the duration of their mandatory 14-day quarantine. Delays in obtaining test results does not apply. Those exempted from this requirement include children who are not five years of age or older, other exemptions includes, a crew member or a person who seeks to enter Canada only to become such a crew member, emergency service providers, technical stops – flights refueling. From February 1, in addition to the mandatory pre-departure test for travelers arriving in Canada by air, all international passengers flying into Toronto Pearson airport are required to take a further COVID-19 test on arrival. Travelers are subject to health screening. Travelers showing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed to board their flight. Non-medical face masks or face coverings are required for all flights to and from Canadian airports, and within airport terminals. Anyone who cannot wear a face mask for medical reasons must be in possession of a medical certificate. Travelers are required to submit their information digitally through Canada’s ArriveCAN app before they board their flight. This includes travel and contact information, quarantine plan and COVID-19 symptom self-assessment. They must have evidence that they have submitted their details digitally. Travelers must have a plan to quarantine for 14 days when they arrive in Canada (including a suitable place of quarantine, how to get to their destination, get groceries and access essential services and medical care). Check the Government of Canada website for more information. Foreign nationals traveling to Canada for a compassionate reason must get authorization from the Public Health Agency of Canada. Foreign nationals traveling without an advance written approval for an exemption of a border restriction may be denied entry into Canada.

Quarantine requirements

Travelers are subject to a 14-day mandatory quarantine, this includes a mandatory 3 night pre-paid booking at a government-authorized hotel, at their own expense (approximately 2,000 CAD) and take a COVID-19 molecular test on arrival at their own cost. Towards the end the quarantine period, travelers will be required to take another COVID-19 test. they will be required to stay in their place of quarantine until they receive a negative test result. Certain persons are exempt from the mandatory quarantine requirement when entering Canada for the purposes of performing an essential job or function as identified in the Order under the Quarantine Act. Exemption will be validated for each entry into Canada.

Transiting rules

Before traveling passengers must make their travel arrangements to transit through Canada well in advance, make flights and connections as direct as possible to limit their contact in Canada; multiple domestic connections may not be considered appropriate, make connections that are as short as possible; if their connecting flight is more than 24 hours apart they will need to quarantine (self-isolate) until their next flight. Transiting passengers must remain in the secure transit area of a Canadian airport to complete their connection. Should they need to leave the airport or the secure transit area due to a flight cancellation or delay, they become subject to mandatory quarantine until their flight departs, comply with any guidelines provided by the Airport Authority and follow all flight requirements, follow the provincial and territorial restrictions, depending where they are transiting through.

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Only Toronto Pearson (YYZ), Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau (YUL), Calgary International Airport (YYC) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR) are operating international flights. Domestic flights, as well as flights from Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon and cargo-only flights will remain exempt.

If you are planning to travel to New Brunswick from an unrestricted area, please consider travel safety tips during this time.
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Cheapest Prices for New Brunswick flights by month

The cheapest ticket to New Brunswick found for each month in 2021 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.
January
$295
February
$331
March
$261
April
$441
May
$357
June
$477
July
$495
August
$417
September
$413
October
$428
November
$651
December
$485
Currently, the cheapest month for flights to New Brunswick is March. The most expensive month for flights is November. The cheapest prices are shown above but prices will vary according to departure times, airlines, class and how early you book.

When is the best time to fly to New Brunswick?

Average Moncton Intl flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2021 and 2022 by month.
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$261 - $880
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28.4 - 78.8 °F
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3.35 - 4.8 inches
March is typically the best time to fly to New Brunswick, but there are other times where great deals are available. July sees the temperatures in New Brunswick peak to their warmest. October tends, on average, to see the most amount of rainfall.

New Brunswick is a microcosm of the country so if you do not have the time to see all of Canada, this is a good start. From huge swathes of preserved wilderness that stretch across much of New Brunswick’s interior to lengthy coastlines, water plays a big part in the province’s life – be it in the form of rivers, lakes or the sea.

One of the four founding provinces of Canada, New Brunswick joined Confederation in 1867 and is named after Braunschweig, a city in the north of Germany that is the ancestral home of King George III. The province is officially bilingual though the bulk of the local population is English with a sizeable French minority of about 30 per cent.

Despite its remote feel, New Brunswick was once the destination of choice among wealthy US travelers who saw the area as a perfect getaway for fishing and hunting vacations. The very thing that was once such a strong attraction is still there and visitors come to New Brunswick for the untouched wilderness that is just waiting to be experienced and explored.

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New Brunswick climate

New Brunswick features a continental climate though this is tempered along coastal areas where the summers are cooler and winters tend to be warmer. The highest average temperature can be enjoyed in July, which ranges from 72 degrees F on the coast to 77 or so inland. Winter makes its presence most felt in January when the coastal areas dip to 20 degrees though this is made to seem positively balmy in the interior where the mercury can fall as low as -22 F.

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Best Time to Fly to New Brunswick

Peak Season:

The most popular time to visit New Brunswick is undoubtedly during the summer months of June to August when the weather is warm, allowing visitors to take in much of the local scenery in comfort while enjoying many of the outdoor pastimes on offer here, such as hiking, fishing, swimming or sightseeing. This is also the time when the bulk of the area’s festivals take place. However, winter activities such as skiing and snowboarding, snowmobiling as well as snow-shoeing do not come into their own until December.

Low Season:

While the onset of cold weather attracts winter-sport enthusiasts to ski resorts in the inland areas where the temperatures are lowest, many of New Brunswick’s cities experience a drop in visitor numbers, particularly along coastal areas. Early spring can be wet, but as the summer approaches the weather clears and visitors arriving in New Brunswick at this time can often find attractive hotel rates ahead of the onset of high season.

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Getting around New Brunswick

By Air: New Brunswick has a number of regional airports of varying size including Moncton, St John, Fredericton and Gagetown making getting around by plane a straightforward affair.

By Road: New Brunswick has a well-developed road network and these are in excellent condition though it is worth remembering that in winter getting around by car can be hazardous. The province can be accessed by road from Quebec, Nova Scotia and Maine. Rental car agencies are standard throughout the province at major airports and cities.

By Train: Fans of rail travel van make use of the VIA Rail service that connects Halifax to Quebec City and Montreal. This line makes several stops in New Brunswick including Sackville, Moncton, Rogesville, Newcastle, Bathurst, Jacquet River, Charlo, Campbellton and Matapedia.

By Bus: Buses operate in New Brunswick on routes as far-reaching as British Columbia on the west coast and various points in the US as well as Quebec and Ontario.

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New Brunswick Travel Information

  • Grand Manan is the largest island in the Bay of Fundy, located just off the southern tip of the province and the west coast of Maine. At 17 miles by 7.5 miles wide it may not be large but it is a haven for whale and bird watchers alike and also features a network of hiking trails for the more active visitors. Access the island by ferry from Blacks Harbour.
  • See one of Canada’s oldest seaside resort towns by visiting St. Andrews. Designated a Canadian National Historic District, it can be found in the southwest of the province along the memorably named Passamaquoddy Bay. Museums, an award-winning garden as well as access to traditional seaside activities such as fishing and whale watching are all at your disposal.
  • Take a relaxing tour of the St John River system aboard the MV Belleisle Bay, a 50-foot pontoon boat moored in Kingston Creek which is about 19 miles east of St John. The Belleisle Bay can carry up to 40 passengers on the two-hour tours of the area which can also be used to host a picnic.
  • Head for Shepody Bay in the Bay of Fundy to catch sight of one of the world’s most curious natural phenomena. The “flowerpot” rocks at Hopewell Cape are tall pillars of stone with trees and other vegetation growing on top. These were left behind after the swirling local tides eroded much of the shoreline’s sandstone.
  • Don’t forget to visit the provincial capital. A number of Fredericton attractions await visitors arriving in New Brunswick. Among these are the Garrison District and Kings Landing Historical Settlement, both of which celebrate the city’s history. Waterloo Row features some of the area’s most grandiose homes while the Legislative
  • Assembly Building is an attraction in its own right.

 

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