Cheap Flights from Montreal to Amsterdam in 2019

Flight information Montreal to Amsterdam

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 5503 kilometers

6h 45min

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1 airport

Flight Information

KLM offers a nonstop flight from Montréal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Other airlines that operate Montréal to Amsterdam flights with one connection include Air Canada, Air France, American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, KLM, Royal Air Maroc, Swiss International Air Lines, United Airlines, and WOW air. The stops vary in location and include areas such as Heathrow, Toronto, Newark, New York City, and Paris, among others.

Terminal Information for Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Located on the island of Montréal about 20 km from downtown, Trudeau International is the busiest airport in Quebec. Travellers flying on Air Canada use Concourse A or C, while Air France, British Airways, KLM, Royal Air Maroc, Swiss Air Lines, and WOW air use Concourse A. Those travelling on American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines use Concourse C. Before boarding flights to Amsterdam from Montréal, travellers can use the airport's free Wi-Fi for up to 60 minutes. They can also take advantage of the Desjardins Odyssey Lounge near gate 63. This lounge offers beverages, USB charging ports, and a children's corner with touch screens and games.

Terminal Information for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Found almost 10 km southwest of Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has one large terminal split into three large departure halls. Departure Hall 1 contains concourse B and C, Departure Hall 2 has D and E, and Departure Hall 3 has F, G, H, and M. Upon arrival, Air France, and Swiss International Air Lines land at Departure Hall 1. Air Canada, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, and KLM land at Departure Hall 2, and Royal Air Maroc, United Airlines, and WOW Airlines land at Departure Hall 3.

Once they arrive, travellers have several public transportation options, most of which are three minutes away at Schiphol Plaza. A train runs below the airport, and riders can purchase an Amsterdam travel ticket, which gives them access to almost all the city's public transportation including the train, tram, bus, metro, and ferry. Flyers can also find a ride at the taxi rank with metered cars or larger vans, the latter of which are best suited for large groups. They can also rent a car at one of the Schiphol Plaza service desks.

What You Need to Know

Those flying on flights from Montréal to Amsterdam can check in up to 24 hours before departure via SecurXpress, allowing travellers to avoid lines at security screenings. This is beneficial especially during peak travel times, which are typically from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Additionally, travellers should arrive at the airport at least three hours before departure.

What to Expect in Amsterdam

Upon arrival, travellers should set their clocks ahead by six hours. Typically summer offers the best weather, with temperatures averaging around 21 degrees Celsius. Additionally, summer months feature daylight until around 10 p.m. Winter months have an average high of 6 degrees Celsius and the city rarely receives more than a light covering of snow. Art aficionados will love checking out the Van Gogh Museum where general admission is 17 euros (CA$24.27) for adults and free for those under the age of 18.

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