Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (formerly Montréal–Dorval International Airport) is the main Canadian airport East of the Great Lakes, serving Québec, Atlantic Canada as well as Eastern Ontario and Northern New England. Visit the web site here.
Each year some 40 air carriers transport more than 12 million passengers via Montréal-Trudeau; there are direct flights to and from about 130 regular and seasonal destinations in Canada, the United States and internationally. Owing to its geographic location, Montréal is a major hub for air traffic between Canada and Europe. Consult the list of airlines here.
Located 20 kilometres from downtown Montréal, with multiple highway accesses, Montréal-Trudeau has recently completed a vast expansion and modernization program. Its world-class air terminal is designed to provide you with the most efficient, comfortable and safe airport experience possible. Equipped with the latest airport technologies, it also offers a comprehensive range of services to suit all tastes and budgets.
The leading vehicle rental companies have offices at Montréal-Trudeau located on the ground level of the multi-level parking. Consult the list of car rental companies here.
Downtown Shuttle and City Buses
Several hotels offer shuttle from and back to the airport. Public transportation is also available at a nominal cost. Details about these services can be found here.
Taxis and Limousines
Options and fares are detailed here.
Moving Around Downtown
The bus and subway system is very practical to go from location to location on the island of Montreal. Consult the Société de Transport de Montréal (STM) web site for directions, maps, fares and schedules.