Cheap Flights from Fort Lauderdale International to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
Flight information Fort Lauderdale International to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
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Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
Going from the sun and beaches of Fort Lauderdale to the culture and sophistication of Montreal is to experience two very different but equally exciting cities. Because South Florida is such a popular destination for Canadian Snowbirds, the route back from Fort Lauderdale to Montreal is a convenient and popular one.
There are four airlines that fly direct from Fort Lauderdale International to Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau. Those are Air Canada Rouge, Air Transat, Sunwing Airlines, and WestJet. While Sunwing flies the route only seasonally, the three other airlines offer service year round. Skyscanner's monthly search tool will help you narrow down the cheapest time of the year to fly from Fort Lauderdale to Montreal. You can also use Price Alerts, which will notify you of any drop in airfare on this route.
Inside: Fort Lauderdale International Airport
Fort Lauderdale International Airport has grown in recent years to become a major aviation hub in South Florida, particularly for low-cost carriers. However, its focus on low-cost carriers also means that it lacks a lot of the amenities and conveniences one would expect from an airport this size. Navigating it is particularly difficult thanks to confusing signage and the fact that you may need to walk along a narrow sidewalk to get from one terminal to another. That fact should be kept in mind considering that there are four terminals and flights to Montreal don't all leave from the same one, so know which one is yours before you arrive at the airport.
If you are flying with Air Canada you will use Terminal 2. WestJet uses Terminal 1 and departs from Concourse C. Check-in counters for AirTransat and Sunwing are in Terminal 4, but the flights depart from either Concourse E (which is in Terminal 3) or from Concourses G or H (which are in Terminal 4).
Landing at Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau is located just to the west of downtown Montreal. To get into the city you have a couple of options. A cheap choice is to take the express bus, which is cleverly numbered Route 747, which runs 24 hours a day and goes straight from the airport to Lionel-Groulx Metro Station, Central Station, and the Berri-UQAM Metro Station. You can also take a taxi, although ask before you get in whether the driver will accept debit or credit cards as some drivers insist on accepting only cash. You can also rent a car for the duration of your stay in Montreal. The car rental agencies are located across the roadway from the arrivals exit in the parking garage. Some discount agencies, however, are located further away and can be reached via shuttle bus.
Montreal has a ton of things for any visitor to see and do. A stroll around Old Montreal will have you feeling like you're in Europe, while a trip up Mount Royal offers fantastic views of the skyline. The city is especially noteworthy for its festivals and special events, including the Just for Laughs Festival, the International Fireworks Competition, the International Jazz Festival, and the Montreal Grand-Prix. During these events hotels are booked up quickly, so find your room early with the help of Skyscanner.
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