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Airlines That Fly from Montreal to New York
Direct flights from Montreal to New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) are offered by American Airlines, and Delta Airlines. Connecting flights from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) to JFK Airport can be booked with Air Canada, Emirates, Porter Airlines, Qantas, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, and WestJet. Skyscanner's Price Alert tool can help you book cheap flight deals from these carriers. Simply enter your travel date, and we'll notify you if ticket prices drop. If your travel dates are flexible and you want to compare airfares across a range of dates, try our Whole Month search filter.
Departing from Montreal
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is the main airport serving the greater Montreal area. The air facility is comprised of a single terminal building divided into several aeroquays. Flights to New York John F. Kennedy International Airport are handled in the International Flights Aeroquay, which houses Gates 27 through 33 and 34A. Throughout the terminal are extensive facilities and amenities for departing travellers, including currency exchange kiosks, ATMs, restaurants, cafes, newsstands, and duty-free shopping, Free WiFi is available throughout the airport, and two VIP lounges provide business facilities for traveller's who want to catch up on some work before their flight.
There are four car parks at Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport: "EconoParc", "Expressparc," "ProxiParc," and "ValetParc." A free shuttle service transports passengers between these lots and the main terminal building. Parking fees can be paid by credit card at the automated kiosks located in each lot.
Arriving at John F. Kennedy International Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport has 9 main terminal buildings and most serve both domestic and international flights. Airlines are served from their designated terminals at JFK Airport. Air Canada flights from Montreal are generally handled in Terminal 7. John F. Kennedy International Airport's extensive services and amenities include 175 retail shops, 130 eateries, and a large duty-free outlet. Information desks are situated throughout the terminal buildings, and multilingual staff members are often available to help arriving tourists.
Ground transportation options from JFK Airport to the city centre include taxis, limousines, car rentals, and ride-share vans. The airport is served by several bus lines that run to Grand Central Terminal, Penn Station, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and a number of Midtown hotels. There is also the AirTrain JFK, a light rail service that links the terminal buildings to the city's transit network.
What to Expect in New York: Travel Tips
Tipping is customary in New York; the standard rate is 10 to 20 percent, depending on the service. Most shops are open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Bars are typically open until 2:00 a.m., but there are some after-hours clubs that are open until 4:00 a.m. or later. As far as large cities go, New York City is one of the safest in the country. Still, you should watch out for pickpockets and purse snatchers -- especially on public transit. Never leave any bags unattended, and store your valuables in your hotel safe.
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