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There are six rental car companies located on-site: Avis Rent A Car; Budget Car and Truck Rental; Enterprise Rent-A-Car Canada; Hertz; National; and Thrifty. The airport recommends that you book your rental car in advance, because availability is somewhat limited during the peak tourism months of May through September. It also recommends that you contact the car rental agencies directly if you have accessibility needs.
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Here are some interesting trivia items about St. John's Airport!At St. John's International Airport, you can find at least 2 charter helicopter services to fly you to your destination. (Provided there's a proper helicopter landing pad where you're going, of course!) CHC Helicopter and Universal Helicopters are both well-known, trusted carriers at YYT. Tell them we sent you!
St. John's Airport Did You Know...
- That the 1st airfield in St. John's was built due to concerns about possible Nazi attacks, after European events in 1939? The first 2 runways were operational by 1941.
- That this airport was 1 of 5 in Canada that were suitable for emergency landings by the Space Shuttle orbiter?
- That at this airport you can view "The Embrace", a beautiful sculpture by Luben Boykov? It commemorates the hospitality shown to passengers and flight crews diverted here after the terrorist attacks in the U.S. on September 11, 2001.