Cheap Flights from London Heathrow to Montreal in 2019
Flight information London Heathrow to Montreal
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 5214 kilometers
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Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Montreal St Hubert and Montreal Mirabel
Cheap Flights from London Heathrow to Montreal
Departing from London Heathrow
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is the busiest airport in the world, and departing passengers need to be prepared for the airport's enormous size. Passengers traveling from London Heathrow to Montreal should check in at the airport at least three hours before their scheduled departure, to ensure they have sufficient time to pass through security and reach their gate, which is likely to be in either Terminal 2 or Terminal 5 if their flight is direct.
Air Canada provides daily non-stop service between London Heathrow and Montreal from Terminal 2, while British Airways provides daily non-stop service between London Heathrow and Montreal from Terminal 5. Both terminals have a full range of travel services including currency exchange offices where you can trade your British pounds for Canadian dollars, restaurants and duty-free shops. Keep your passport on hand as you will need it when you check in and when you board your flight.
Often, it is cheaper to fly from London Heathrow to Montreal by connecting through another major European airport. KLM serves this route with a connection through Amsterdam, and Air France connects through its hub at Paris's Charles de Gaulle Airport. When you're searching for flights from London Heathrow to Montreal on Skyscanner you can sort the available flights by price, duration or number of stops.
Arriving in Montreal
Flights from London Heathrow to Montreal land at Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), the city’s most important transportation hub. The airport is situated less than twenty kilometres west of Montreal's famous historic city centre. Upon arrival passengers are required to pass through immigration before claiming their bags and clearing customs. Outside of the secure area, travelers will find ATMs, complimentary wireless internet and exhibits of local and international art. Transportation options to central Montreal include taxis (fares to downtown are fixed and posted on the vehicle’s window), ride sharing, express bus service or a rental car.
There are several important differences between London and Montreal:
- London is five hours ahead of Montreal. When it is noon in London, it is 7:00 am in Montreal.
- Weather in Montreal is more variable than the weather in London. Montreal sees significantly more snow and freezing temperatures in the winter, while average temperatures through the summer tend to be slightly warmer.
- The cost of traveling in Montreal is much cheaper than the cost of traveling in London. For example, dinner for two in a casual London restaurant often costs about £40 (almost $70 CAD), while a similar meal in Montreal would cost $50 CAD.
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