Where is Prince Edward Island? Closer than you think.
Prince Edward Island is located off the east coast of Canada in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Ease of reach to the North American market makes Prince Edward Island an ideal place to do business.
To get here, you can fly, drive, or sail aboard a ferry. For details, visit princeedwardisland.ca/gettinghere
Proximity to major markets…
1 hour 45 minutes with direct flights daily
11 hours 23 minutes, 1000 km (625 miles)
2 hours 17 minutes with direct flights daily
16 hours 40 minutes, 1600 km (1000 miles)
4 hours 42 minutes
9 hours 49 minutes, 1100 km (650 miles)
4 hours 24 minutes
13 hours 8 minutes by car, 1354 km (846 miles)
11 hours 55 minutes
3 hours by car to Halifax and 5 hours 50 minutes
13 hours with a non-stop flight from Toronto
17 hours with a non-stop flight from Toronto
“I can hop a flight to Toronto and be anywhere in the world from here a lot easier than I could dealing with traffic in Hamilton (Ontario).”
~ Jason Aspin, Aspin Kemp
Within a 3-hour drive of Prince Edward Island…
- 2 million people
- 18 cities
- 19 universities
- 27 college campuses
Prince Edward Island is in the Atlantic Time Zone, which is UTC-4 hours; a favourable time zone for international communications during the same workday.
When it is noon in Prince Edward Island, it is 8:00 a.m. in Vancouver, 10:00 a.m. in Chicago, 11:00 a.m. in Toronto, Montréal, Boston and New York, 4:00 p.m. in London, England and midnight in Perth, Australia.