Cheap Flights from Boston Logan International to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
Flight information Boston Logan International to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
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Flying out of Logan International Airport
Boston's primary airport is Logan International Airport (BOS), also known by its official name of General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport. Air Canada Express and WestJet Encore both offer direct flights from BOS to Montreal. Many other airlines fly this flight route with one layover, including Delta Airlines (stopping in New York) and Porter Airlines (stopping in Toronto).
Logan International Airport consists of four terminals with 102 gates. If you're in Boston on a layover and need to switch terminals, there are bridges and walkways that connect the terminals, as well as a shuttle bus system.
International passengers should arrive at the airport at least three hours before flight departure with airline ticket and valid government passport ready. While waiting for your flight, business travellers can take advantage of the many charging stations and free Wi-Fi that the airport offers. Families will love the two aviation-themed play areas that help children to learn and play.
Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport Information
Situated 20km from downtown Montreal is Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), informally known as Montreal-Trudeau. It is the busiest airport in Quebec.
The airport consists of one terminal divided into four different zones. In the international arrivals area, you will go through customs first, then be directed to the lower level for baggage claim and ground transportation. Taxis going to downtown Montreal will cost $40 and limousines will cost $60. There are also buses, trains, and eight car rental companies available to choose from.
What to Expect in Montreal
There is no time difference between Boston and Montreal, so you won't have to worry about jet lag. Weather-wise, however, the two cities are quite different. While Boston experiences mild summers, the summers in Montreal are usually warm and humid. In the winter, Boston sees cold and rain, whereas Montreal experiences cold, ice and snow.
You'll spend more on a meal at restaurants in Boston than you will in Montreal. The money you save on food can be used to see some of Montreal's awesome attractions, like the Notre-Dame Basilica, the Jean-Talon Market and the Museum of Fine Arts. If you want to make even more room in your budget, save the most on travel by setting a Skyscanner Price Alert. This tool monitors flight costs and sends you alerts as prices rise and fall, so you can buy your airline tickets at the best price.
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