Flights from Montreal St Hubert

Aéroport Saint-Hubert Longueuil is Montréal's recently opened secondary airport, and has turned out to become the ninth busiest airport in the country by aircraft movement, if not by number of passengers. The airport is mostly set up as a general aviation hub, airport for one small, light aircraft. Most flights that this airport are small airplanes that serve small towns around the province of Québec, and also Toronto (flights go to Billy Bishop airport).

If you're like most people, you've explored plenty of places around Canada or even the US, but you haven't quite got around to exploring your own backyard. There's a lot of excitement and beauty around Quebec that deserves a look, and this airport is your gateway to all of it.

Use Skyscanner and find out what's possible

If you do know a couple places in Quebec that you've always wanted to explore, but didn't, there's probably a flight to take you there. Pascan Aviation's fleet of small regional aircraft takes you to destinations such as Bagotville, Baie-Comeau, Bonaventure, Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Mont-Joli, Rouyn-Noranda, Sept-Îles, and Val-d'Or, in addition to Toronto in Alberta and Wabush in Newfoundland and Labrador.

To begin choosing, all you need to do is to turn on Skyscanner (there is an award-winning app, as well), and simply use the search everywhere feature. Right away, you'll get a list of all the cheapest destinations available to you out of your specific airport. If you already have an actual place in mind, there is another feature: the cheapest month feature. You'll get to quickly see what the cheapest day of the year is for a given destination, that you can make reservations right away.

How low is low?

With Skyscanner, it's easy to find out how low it goes. Flying to Bennettsville only costs C$260 several days in September 2017. Flying to Toronto only costs $173 the same month. If you just like the idea of going out there and checking someplace that's exciting, this is the way to do it.

What is Aéroport Saint-Hubert Longueuil like?

This airport is manned by Canada Border Services, who classify it as an airport of entry. The airport offers free outdoor parking as well as paid parking and long-term parking. If you'd like, you can take public transport, as well. The airport is a mere 28 miles from Mirabel, and 14 miles from Dorval. While it's a basic airport, essential services are available, and it's rarely crowded. It only means that traveling out of this airport is likely to be smooth and easy.

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