Since 1 June 2009, ANYONE wishing to enter the United States from Canada must have a valid passport.
This INCLUDES American citizens.
For more information, see: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis_pa_tw_2223.html
The Fredericton International Airport welcomes frequent daily connections from Toronto (Air Canada and WestJet), Montreal, Ottawa and Halifax(Air Canada), so it's always easy to get here. There are no direct international flights into Fredericton, but most of the international airlines fly into Montreal, Toronto, Halifax and Moncton.
The Fredericton airport is an easy 15 minute drive to the convention hotel, the Fredericton Inn.
Click Airport Transportation Services to see services to the Hotel.
The Moncton airport is less than a two hour drive to Fredericton, all on divided highway. Also served by WestJet and Air Canada.
Saint John airport is about an hour and fifteen minute drive from Fredericton.
Halifax airport is a four hour drive, also on divided highway. Served by WestJet, Air Canada and International Carriers.
Montreal is an 8 to 8.5 hour drive, mostly on divided highway. Served by WestJet, Air Canada and International Carriers.
Ottawa is an 9.5 to 10 hour drive, mostly on divided highway. Served by WestJet, Air Canada and International Carriers.
Toronto is a two-day drive (approx. 1400+ km). Served by most Domestic and International Carriers.
Fredericton is an easy 3 hour drive from Bangor Maine, the closest US airport.
You can drive directly north from Bangor on the I95, cross the border at Houlton, Maine, and then drive south 1 hour on the Trans Canada Highway to Fredericton. For those looking to fly, please see the suggestions above.
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