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Gander International Airport, opened in 1938, serves the town with the same name and operates with domestic flights and some seasonal international flights to destinations in the Caribbean.
Official Website: ganderairport.com
Number of Terminals - 1 - 24 hours
Annual passenger traffic:
Tel: +1 (709) 256-6677
Gander Airport is located 3 km (2 miles) east to Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Companies operating on the premises: AVIS - Reservations: 1-800-879-2847 - Phone: (709) 256-2722 / BUDGET - Reservations: 1-800-268-8900 - Phone: (709) 256-3566 / NATIONAL - Reservations: 1-800-227-7368 - Phone: (709) 256-4934 / THRIFTY - Reservations: 1-800-563-8644 - Phone: (709) 256-8955 / ENTERPRISE - Reservations: 1-800-736-8222 - Phone: (709) 651-2339RENTAL CARS FOR PASSENGERS WITH DISABILITIES Customers are asked to make arrangements at least 48 hours in advance with their car rental agency at the contact numbers above.
Sinbads Hotel & Suites (3.2 km), Quality Hotel & Suites (3.7 km)
The airport has ATM cash machines, Free WiFi available throughout the airport terminal building.
Food and Drinks- Restaurant, bar and grill.
Shopping- Books, snacks, souvenirs, and other essentials for travellers.
Baggage- Lost / Damaged Luggage - If your luggage does not arrive or is damaged, please contact your airline directly..
Bus Services - DRL Coachlines Ltd. operates a daily scheduled passenger coach service across Newfoundland. Their schedule is available on their website or by calling 1-888-263-1852.
Taxi - Busy Bee Cabs provide a 24-hour service available curb side in the Domestic Arrivals area. For more details, you can contact them at 1-709-256-1444.
Limousine - Service is provided by Nobel Limousines, and they can be contacted either through their website or by calling them at 709-535-2457.
Gander International Airport’s parking structure is divided into metered and paid lot sections. All parking lots are open air and are security patrolled 24-hours a day by the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires. See rates
Passengers requiring special assistance, such as wheelchairs, should make their needs known to the airline 48 hours in advance.
Latest updates: March 04, 2019