Montreal Airport Guide to Montreal International Airport - YUL

Montreal Airport (YUL)

Use this website to quickly find the most important information about Montreal Airport: Flights, Departures, Arrivals, Parking, Car Rentals, Hotels near the airport and other information about Montreal Airport (YUL). Plan your travel to Montreal Trudeau Airport with the information provided in this site

 

Montreal Airport works as a hub for Air Canada, Air Canada Express, Air Canada Rouge and Air Transat. It is also a focus city for Air Inuit, Porter Airlines and Sunwing Airlines. 

 

Montreal Airport handled 20,305,106 passengers in 2019. 

Terminal + info

Montreal Airport has a single passenger terminal that handles both international and national flights.
 

Departures area is divided into several parts: international, domestic and transborder flights. 

 

Transport + info

At Montreal Airport you can use the following transport options to go to Montreal city centre:

Bus: You’ll find several bus lines at Montreal Airport to go to different destinations.
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Taxi: You’ll find a wide rank of taxis at the Arrivals area of Montreal Airport.
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Train: There is no train station at the Airport, however, it is very easy to get to the nearest one.  
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Car Rental: Renting a car in Montreal is a great idea, find your best option with our search engine.
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Contact

Address: Aéroports de Montréal, 800, Leigh-Capreol Place Suite 1000, Dorval, QC H4Y 0A5 CANADA

Contact: +1 (514) 633-3333

Facilities and Services + info

Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport has a wide number of services and facilities at its passenger Terminal:

- Restaurants
- Duty Free
- Shops 
- ATMs
- Currency Exchange 
- Post Office
- Luggage Trolleys 
- Spa
- Shoe Shine Service

About Montreal

Montreal is the biggest city in Quebec province, Canada. Located in San Lorenzo island, its name is due to Mont-Royal, a mountain located in the centre of the city. 

The official language of the city is French and all its neighbourhoods have a different style, being a really interesting place to visit. Vieux-Montreal neighbourhood, with French style or the Plateau neighbourhood, with a bohemic style. 

Old Montreal is the most popular tourist spot in the city. This is the oldest area of Montreal, being the original site of the city’s French colonial origins. You will find boutiques, galleries, restaurants and a few kitsch souvenir shops, all housed among well-preserved buildings that date back to the 17th century. Stroll through the area’s most prominent public squares – Place d’Armes, Place Royale and Place Jacques-Cartier – and check out the 18th-century Château Ramezay residence with its French colonial-style Governor’s Garden.

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