There are direct flights from the Montréal-Trudeau Airport to more than 130 regular and seasonal destinations.
The Montréal-Trudeau Airport is located just 20 km from downtown. Thanks to some 40 air carriers, it offers direct flights to more than 130 destinations in Canada, the United States and all over the world. In 2010, it welcomed over 13 million passengers. The airport features five parking lots, the TD First Class Lounge, a hotel linked to the terminal, as well as over 90 shops and restaurants. Self-service check-in is available for all flights, and there is now free Internet access throughout the terminal. In addition, real-time flight information is provided by text message (SMS).
To get to Parc Jean-Drapeau and Longueuil from the Old Port, both pedestrians and cyclists can cross the St. Lawrence aboard a shuttle.
The river shuttle service links the Old-Port to Parc Jean-Drapeau and Longueuil. Passengers can take advantage of the crossing to relax and admire the view of the city from the St. Lawrence River. At the end of the trip, they can continue their route on foot, skates, or by bike. The shuttle service is offered from mid-May to mid-October.
Travel worry-free by bus or metro: it’s an inexpensive way to discover the city.
The STM offers tourists passes valid for a one or three-day period, allowing them unlimited access to its bus and métro (subway) network. The STM Family Outings programme includes a Fare Privilege for parents who use the bus and métro with their children. Upon presenting their transit fare, adults can travel without additional charge with up to five children under the age of 12 on weekends and holidays.
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Featuring 24-hour service, 7 days a week, 365-days a year, the 747 Aéroport P.-E.-Trudeau/Centre-ville service includes nine stops in each direction, taking approximately 45-60 minutes each way depending to traffic conditions. Buses will run frequently, are custom-designed to serve the airport, and are handicap-accessible. Furthermore, for the fare payable on board (coins only) –, travellers may enjoy unlimited bus and metro access for that 24-hour period.
This company guarantees fast and courteous service 24 hours a day.
Taxelco brings together three leaders in the taxi industry: Téo Taxi, Taxi Diamond and Taxi Hochelaga. Its mission is to provide the best passenger transportation service in the city. Téo Taxi offers 100% electric vehicles. Taxi Diamond has begun a transition to hybrid vehicles. And Taxi Hochelaga specializes in adapted transport.
Whether by bus, subway, BIXI or car sharing, planning a trip in Montréal is easy with this real-time mobile application.
Transit is a real-time mobile application that facilitates the movement of millions of people worldwide. In Montreal, the application helps you plan a trip with accurate prediction of the next bus or subway coming. You can also use the application to unlock a BIXI or book a car sharing.
If you’re travelling to a major Canadian city, the train is one of the most comfortable means of transportation.
Via Rail provides passenger rail service in Canada with numerous daily departures from major cities. The trains provide comfortable seats, an onboard meal service, and direct access to downtown Montréal.
WestJet is Canada’s leading low-fare airline, offering scheduled service throughout its 38-city North American and Caribbean network.
An airline providing scheduled service to more than 100 destinations in Canada, the United States, Europe, the Caribbean, and Mexico. The company was founded in 1996 and has a fleet of over 120 aircraft.