Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Named in honour of the 17th Premier of Nova Scotia and the leader of the Federal Progressive Conservative Party of Canada: Robert Stanfield. Halifax Stanfield International Airport is a Canadian Airport situated in Enfield, a community within Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport is considered as the 8th-busiest airport in Canada, and is used as a main hub for Air Canada Express, Cougar Helicopters, Provincial Airlines, Maritime Air Charter, and Skylink Express.
Reviews – What People Are Saying
A good number of positive reviews coming from the airports customers, are being posted throughout several review sites. The reviews talks about the efficiency and convenience of the airport. Here are some of the reviews:
“Love my home airport. This has gone through a huge amount of renovations over the last decade and it is hands down the best airport of it’s size I have been to. Sure shopping and dining are limited but it’s not a big airport and neither of those things are what I go to the airport for. Overall what HIAA has done in the last decade they have done right and really made an airport that we should be proud of as the gateway for visitors to our city.”
—Dylan B (Bedford, Halifax, NS)
“I have travelled through almost all Canadian airports and many international airports, and YHZ is one of the best! It’s modern and well organized. Personnel are the friendliest and most helpful I have ever experienced. Even security staff are friendly while still maintaining a high level of professionalism. Waiting areas are bright, clean and spacious. Other Canadian airports should send their staff here to see how it’s done right (yes I’m looking at you Toronto Pearson).”
—Eddy L (Toronto, ON)
“You know, when I was a bit younger, I didn’t quite understand why the Halifax airport won so many accolades. But having traveled more and seen more airports, I totally get it now. This airport doesn’t have the giant selection of shops and restaurants that larger mall-esque airports boast, but you know what it has that most travellers actually value more than extensive shopping? Free WiFi. It’s a godsend and it spoils me. I’m constantly surprised by how much it costs to access the internet is larger airports. (I’m looking at you, Boston’s Logan Airport.) As mentioned, the restaurant selection is small, but solid. You’ve got some typical fast food (Burger King, Tim Horton’s, Starbucks), a Halifax staple (The Chickenburger) and some decent post-security options. Checking in to flights is pretty painless. The automatic check-in booths definitely help the process and the staff at each airline counter have always been helpful and efficient. The security process is pretty similar. Both are, of course, subject to increased wait times during popular vacation periods, but they do the best job possible of keeping things moving. All in all, I think it’s a great way to start a trip, a great way to come home and a great way to introduce newbies to the city.”
—Adam S (Halifax, NS)
Halifax Stanfield International Airport has been undergoing an extensive renovation program since 1998. The current terminal contains a total of 31 gates, 12 of them are using air bridges as the remaining gates are designated for ground loading positions.
- Airport Code: IATA: YHZ – ICAO: CYHZ
- Phone number: +1 902 873 44 22
- Website URL: www.hiaa.ca
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: +1 902 873 47 50
- Address: Halifax International Airport Authority, 1 Bell Boulevard,Enfield, Nova Scotia, B2T 1K2, Canada
A small airport that features clean, spotless and well-organized facilities, with fast security and immigration lines. The airport might not have a vast variety of souvenir shops but their number of restaurants and food stalls are quite good (and they all serve delightful meals). Overall, Halifax Stanfield International Airport is a good airport that aims to give its customer a wonderful, efficient and convenient travel experience.