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Newfoundland and Labrador is a beautiful vast place with cities, towns and villages spread across 405,212 meters squared. This makes for an enormous place with sparsely populated areas of the province. Make sure to always check the length, of the arriving airport or port to your final destination, because travel times can be very long. For example, if you fly into St. John’s and your final destination is Gander, you will spend at least 3.5 hours driving by car to get there.
Some of the cities and towns in NL
Capital of Newfoundland and Labrador with the population 108,000 people as of 2016.
has an international airport
Conception Bay South
Conception Bay South (better known as CBS) is a town of 26,000 as of 2016, near St. John's.
31km from St. John's Int. Airport
Mount Pearl is a town of 23,000 as of 2016, near St. John's.
17.5km from St. John's Int. Airport
Paradise is a town of 21,389 as of 2016, near St. John's.
19.7km from St. John's Int. Airport
Corner Brook is a town of 21,389 as of 2016, on the west coast of Newfoundland.
58.1km from Deer Lake Airport
Grand Falls-Windsor is a town of 14,171 as of 2016, in the central part of Newfoundland.
96km from Gander Airport
Gander is a town of 14,171 as of 2016, in the central part of Newfoundland.
Gander has its own aiport
Happy Valley - Goose Bay
Happy Valley - Goose Bay is a town of 8,109 as of 2016, in the central part of Labrador.
Happy Valley - Goose Bay has its own airport
Happy Valley - Goose Bay is a town of 7,220 as of 2016, in the central part of Labrador.
Labrador City has its own airport (Wabush Airport)
Stephenville is a town of 6,623 as of 2016, on the west coast of Newfoundland.
163km from Deer Lake Airport
Clarenville is a town of 6,291 as of 2016, on the eastern side of Newfoundland.