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Do you plan a voyage from Halifax to St. Pierre on an Air St. Pierre plane? Here's everything you need to know about the voyage. Once you have your Halifax-St Pierre Air St. Pierre tickets you can always verify the state of your Halifax-St Pierre Air St. Pierre tickets using the PNR number. How long does a plane ride from Halifax to St. Pierre take?
The non-stop journey from Air St. Pierre to St. Pierre from Halifax lasts about 2 hrs 30 minutes.
New Transatlantic Route 737: From Paris to Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint-Pierre and Miquelon is a self-governing area of France located in the Northwest Atlantic near Newfoundland and Labrador. Covering an area of about 93 sq. m., the island has a total surface area of almost 6,000 inhab. Whereas Saint Pierre and Miquelon are near Newfoundland and Labrador, air traffic is very local.
Now, Saint Pierre and Miquelon are getting much more accessibility, as the terminal is getting a non-stop Paris service. There will be a once a week non-stop service between Saint Pierre and Miquelon and Paris Charles de Gaulle in the 2018 season (between 2 July and 21 August).
It will be run by a Boeing 737-700 of ASL Airlines France, which will market and sell the ticket from Air Saint-Pierre. Flights are Monday to the west and Tuesday to the east: You can see that the aircraft is sitting on the floor in Saint Pierre for quite some time.
That is clear, so that the crews can relax and resume the next day's flights instead of letting them remain there for more than a whole weeks. It is also interesting because it is a daily eastward trip, which is quite infrequent.
It is a ~2,700-mile route in each sense, and the take-off track is only about 5,900 ft long, so I think this is on the border to take off from there for such a long run. The ticket for this trip will be sold on 2 January 2018 for 1,025 EUR.
This is really costly for such a brief trans-Atlantic trip, but in fact it is still less costly than any other way to travel between the two locations, and that is not even the enormous amount of saving of time. There is room for about 150 passengers and the aircraft is operated about eight flights in a row in summer, i. e. up to 1,200 passengers can take this trip in any heading.
This is about 20% of the islanders, although I do not think it takes into account the European nation. They travel approximately 400,000 mile per year, mainly with points and mileage, to finance their first-class experience.