Cheap Flights from Paris to Montreal
Flight information Paris to Montreal
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Average flight time, total distance 5507 kilometers
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Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Montreal St Hubert and Montreal Mirabel
Air France, Air Canada, and Air Transat all offer nonstop flights from Paris to Montreal, departing from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris and landing at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International. The average nonstop flight time is seven and a half hours. Air Transat offers the cheapest price of the airlines. WOW air offers one-stop service connecting in Reykjavík, Iceland, from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and is a lower-cost one-stop option.
Terminal Information for Charles De Gaulle Airport
When travelling to Charles de Gaulle Airport, there are many options, from public transportation to taxis. The quickest way from the city is on the RER regional express network. It has five lines, and the "B" line services Charles de Gaulle Airport. It's a 35-minute ride. A taxi ride from the city centre to the airport takes about 45 minutes.
Flights to Montreal from Paris leave from four different terminals depending on the airline: Air France, Terminal 2E; Air Canada, Terminal 2A; Air Transat, Terminal 3; and WOW air, Terminal 1. All terminals have free Wi-Fi, plenty of shopping for last-minute purchases, cafes for a quick sandwich, or eat-in dining options.
Terminal Information for Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
All four airlines mentioned above land at Terminal A at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport for Paris to Montreal flights. In addition, Air Canada and Air Transat also land at Terminal C. Free Wi-Fi at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is available for 60 minutes and can be re-established if needed. Downtown Montreal is 18 km from the airport. Art exhibits are located throughout the airport. For passengers who need to buy a last-minute gift or get a bite to eat, the airport has plenty of retailers and restaurants.
What You Need to Know
Canadian residents must have valid Canadian passports and proper documentation for all passengers re-entering Canada when traveling from Paris. If not renting a car, there are many transportation options, such as taxis and the public transit system. The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) offers a 747 Express bus to the city, and a purchased ticket includes a 24-hour pass on the public transportation system. It's best to purchase a ticket at one of the STM ticket machines located at the international arrivals level because the buses only accept coins as payment if buying a ticket onboard.
What to Expect in Montreal
The Montreal Botanical Gardens and the Montreal Biodome are great family places to visit. The Musée des Beaux-Arts has a prestigious collection of art from Canada as well as art by international artists. Visit Vieux-Montréal for a walk into the past blended with modern cafes, shopping, and nightclubs.
A trek up Parc du Mont-Royal, which is set on a hill and overlooks the city, is a popular activity. There are walking paths and picnic benches as well as boat rentals on the lake during the summer. If visiting in winter, the Underground City has many benefits, as it enables people to move about using the underground tunnels and ground-level heated passageways between connected hotels, conference centers, schools, shopping centers, and more.
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