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Cheap flights from St. Pierre and Miquelon

St. Pierre and Miquelon is a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France, found in the north-western Atlantic Ocean and near Canada. It is the only remaining memorabilia of the former colonial empire of New France that remains under French control, with a population of 6,080 during the 2011 census. The islands are situated at the entrance of Fortune Bay, which extends into the southern coast of Newfoundland near the Grand Banks, while its nearest point to Metropolitan France stands at 3,819 kilometres (from Brest). 

 

Where to go

Sometimes called a little piece of France, St. Pierre and Miquelon is a mix of North America and the mentioned European country, both by nature and by culture. Locals love the berets, the baguettes, and Bordeaux, as they love almost everything American. Saint-Pierre, the half of the duo, is the more populated and developed island, with most residents living in the town. Miquelon, the other, is larger geographically but is scarcely populated, with only 600 residents over all. 

The colourful history of the islands which it owes to the French is still prevalent today, seen in the canary yellow, lime green, and lavender houses that are dainty and pretty at the same time. Locals air kiss their hellos and goodbyes, and pays in Euros, while pastry shops sell cream puffs and various dry breads that are typically Parisian. 

Ready for some French affair off the coast of Newfoundland? Then St. Pierre and Miquelon is the one for you. 

 

Short haul destinations from St. Pierre and Miquelon include key cities in Canada such as Montreal, Halifax, and St. John's. From these cities, travellers may venture into the vast coolness that is Canada, a huge country in North America. Canada's extraordinary skiing destinations, natural wonders, cuisine, and cultural landscape will have travellers looking for more. 

 

Aside from the seasonal Sydney flight from the Saint-Pierre Airport, there are no other long haul destinations from the country. Travellers who wish to fly out of the territory to other destinations should fly to the nearest international airports in Canada or even in the United States (from Canada) to check on flights there. From airports such as the Montreal-Trudeau or the Halifax-Stanfield, travellers may fly to European cities, a few cities in South America, and others in North America. 

 

How to get out

There are only two airports in St. Pierre and Miquelon. The Miquelon Airport connects the island to the main island Saint-Pierre, while the Saint-Pierre Airport transports its passengers to mainland Canada, to cities like Montreal and Halifax. For cheap flights flying out of St. Pierre and Miquelon, visit Skyscanner. Skyscanner is an online resource of the cheapest flights from over 600 airlines worldwide. Book directly through the site or download the free Skyscanner app available for most mobile devices. Seasonally, flights going to Sydney are available via Air Saint-Pierre through the Saint-Pierre Airport. 

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