Flights from Toronto to Montreal
Flight information Toronto to Montreal
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Average flight time, total distance 536 kilometers
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Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Montreal St Hubert and Montreal Mirabel
Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is the main airport in Montreal handling over 16 million passengers annually. There are flights from both Toronto to Montreal via Toronto Pearson International Airport and Toronto Island Airport also known as Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. There are five flights from Montreal to Toronto Pearson International Airport - Air Canada and its subsidiary Air Canada Express, Air Transat, WestJet and WestJet Encore. There are two airlines that fly from Montreal to Toronto Island Airport - Air Canada Express and Porter Airlines.
* This information is correct as of June 2017
Airport Information - Arriving
Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is Canada’s third busiest airport providing passengers with an extensive range of amenities and services at the airport to ensure all of your needs are met. There is a large range of shops available at the airport with everything from duty free shopping to other essential travel shops to get your travel basics, while the airport also offers a comprehensive selection of places to eat and drink whether it’s somewhere to have a quick coffee or to sit down with a hot meal. One of the easiest ways to reach Montreal once you have landed is on the Airport Express bus which runs 24 hours a day to and from the center of the city.
Airport Information - Departing
Toronto Pearson International Airport is the main airport in Toronto offering everything you could possibly need for a pleasant stay. The airport itself is made up of two passenger terminals which are linked by the Terminal Link Train, allowing you to easily transfer between terminals in a matter of minutes. All of the amenities and services you would expect of a modern airport can be enjoyed including numerous places to eat and drink as well as many shops to pick up duty free goods or any other essentials you need.
Toronto Island Airport is a small airport primarily offering domestic flights. The airport is much closer to the center of Toronto compared to Toronto Pearson International Airport which makes getting there quicker by ferry or on foot via a tunnel. The airport consists of two levels and is home to a couple of places to get a drink or a snack so you won’t go hungry.
What to Expect in Montreal
While summers in Montreal can be warm and pleasant, for most of the year the city is very cold and gets below freezing over the winter so make sure you bring something warm. As you will be flying domestically within Canada you won’t be required to have a visa, but you still need to remember to bring all of your travel documents with you including your passport and booking reference or boarding pass. Check out the top hotels in Montreal to make the most out of your trip.
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