Cheap Flights from Halifax International to Montreal
Flight information Halifax International to Montreal
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average flight time from Halifax International to Montreal, total distance 803 kilometers
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Nonstop flights from Halifax International to Montreal take 90 minutes to two hours, depending on the flight you choose. Airlines that fly this route include Porter, Air Canada, and WestJet. All three airlines offer nonstop as well as connecting flights to Montreal from Halifax International. Flights with connections will have one layover, typically at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Other options include Saint John Airport or Ottawa Macdonald–Cartier International Airport. Depending on where the layover is and how long it lasts, these one-stop flights can take anywhere from four hours to over 20 hours.
Montreal is in a different time zone than Halifax, so when arriving in Montreal, travellers should set their watches back by one hour.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Halifax Stanfield International Airport, located in Enfield, Nova Scotia, is Canada's eighth-busiest airport. The airport has one terminal with 31 gates. Recommended arrival time is 2 hours ahead of time for domestic flights, as security line wait times vary. The Halifax airport has 10 restaurants in a variety of price ranges, several of which are post-security.
Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport
Montreal has several airports, including Saint-Hubert Longueuil, Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International, and Mirabel International. However, all scheduled passenger flights, including flights from Halifax, fly into Montreal–Pierre Elliot Trudeau International.
Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau is a large airport with one vast two-level terminal and 41 restaurants that cover a wide range of tastes and prices. The terminal has three concourses that are called "jetties": the A, B, and C jetties. It's the third busiest airport in Canada. From this airport, the fixed-priced taxi fare to downtown Montreal is $40. As an alternative, the 747 Express bus runs between Montreal-Trudeau airport and downtown for a fare of $10. The bus ride takes 45-60 minutes, depending on traffic.
What You Need to Know
Since Halifax International to Montreal flights are domestic within Canada, no passport is necessary. Travellers must show one form of current, government-issued photo identification that includes the holder's name, date of birth, and gender.
What to Expect in Montreal
Halifax has an eastern-maritime climate, while Montreal's is a semi-continental climate. Montreal will be about 3 to 5 degrees colder in the winter and warmer in the summer, on average.
Montreal is a top destination for business as well as world-class cultural offerings. Montreal is known for its historic architecture, spectacular cathedrals, and quaint cobblestone streets. Old Montreal is the place to go to experience what makes Montreal such a unique city. It's a great area to walk around and find unique shopping and dining options along the way.
Montreal also has the highest number of restaurants per capita in Canada. In fact, the only city with more restaurants per capita in North America is New York City. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, located near downtown, is one of Canada's top art museums. It features Canadian art along with the work of some of the world's most prominent contemporary artists.
Mount Royal Park is another quintessential Montreal destination. Montreal was built around a mountain called Mount Royal, where the park is located. Mount Royal Park was designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the designer of Central Park in New York City.
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