YFC’s ready to welcome talent, tourists to Fredericton
With Harvest Jazz & Blues kicking off this week, Fredericton has festival fever, and YFC has caught the bug!
Our team is “jazzed” to welcome some of this year’s incredible headliners and performers, as well as out-of-town fans, to our airport and city. As the first and last impression for visitors, we take our role as community ambassadors very seriously.
Check out Harvest music programming director Brent Staeben’s thoughts on how YFC helps make it the best music festival in Atlantic Canada.
While Harvest is Fredericton’s major fall event, we’re already thinking of winter. We have a great selection of sun destinations on offer. In 2020, Sunwing Vacations will fly direct from Fredericton to Cuba, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic. WestJet’s early morning flight to Toronto is another great option to connect on through to its sun destinations in Florida and the Caribbean. And, of course, Air Canada, our national carrier, offers a range of warm-weather escapes. For details, visit https://yfcfredericton.ca/sun/
Meanwhile, our ambitious terminal expansion project continues. For details on changes during construction, check out our expansion project website.
To get updates on the expansion and other YFC news:
And remember, despite the construction, it’s business as usual here at YFC. Our flight schedules are unaffected. And, as ever, our facilities and services such as the cafe and security are open and ready to serve you.
We have been made aware that a passenger who has now tested positive for COVID-19 passed through the Fredericton International Airport on March 18, arriving on Sunwing flight 169 from Punta Cana to Fredericton. All passengers who arrived on this flight, and anyone in close contact with those passengers, are required by the New Brunswick government to self-isolate. If you believe you have symptoms of COVID-19, please call 811.
On nous informe qu’un passager qui vient de recevoir un résultat positif au test de dépistage de la COVID-19 a passé par l’aéroport international de Fredericton le 18 mars à son arrivée par le vol Sunwing 169 Punta Cana-Fredericton. Tous les autres passagers de ce vol et toutes les personnes qui ont été en contact étroit avec eux ont l’obligation de s’auto-isoler selon les exigences du gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick. Si vous croyez avoir des symptômes de la COVID-19, faites les 811.