Cheap Flights from Montreal to Paris in 2019
Flight information Montreal to Paris
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Average flight time, total distance 5507 kilometers
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Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly and Paris Beauvais
Airlines that Fly Direct from Montreal to Paris
Paris is known as one of the most romantic cities in the world, and it’s one of the most sought out places to visit. Each year, millions of tourists head to Paris, including many who come from Montreal. There are 5 major airlines providing direct flights from Montreal to Paris. Air Canada, Air France, and Air Transit are a few of the main airlines that offer routes from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport, which sits just a bit outside of the city centre of Paris.
About Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
The Montreal-Trudeau airport has 1 terminal that’s divided into 4 areas: a public area, a domestic jetty, an international jetty, and a trans-border jetty. The public area of the Montreal-Trudeau airport is equipped with self-service kiosks, baggage checks, and amenities like shops and restaurants for both passengers and visitors. When traveling to Paris from Montreal-Trudeau, you’ll enter the international jetty. This jetty is restricted to air travellers only and it offers access to duty-free retail boutiques, quality souvenir shops, and currency exchange kiosks.
For a flight to Paris from Montreal-Trudeau airport, all airlines recommend you arrive at least 3 hours prior to your scheduled flight. Upon arrival, you’ll first need to check in at the counter or self-service kiosk for your airline. You must obtain luggage tags from the counter or kiosk if you have bags to check in, and then you’ll need to affix these tags to your bags before delivering luggage to the drop-off station.
After dropping off the bags, you may enjoy the services in the public area of the airport until it’s time for departure screening at checkpoint “A.” After screening, you will enter the passenger-only zone where you’ll have access to the international jetty’s services. The international jetty provides many amenities to help you pass the time until boarding. You should begin standing in line for boarding at least 30 minutes before your scheduled take-off.
Passport and Visa Documentation Information
If you’re a Canadian passport holder, visiting Paris for less than 90 days, you’re not required to obtain a visa. Non-Canadians will need to apply for a visa to fly from Montreal to Paris. France is part of the Schengen Area, which includes 26 countries in Europe, so non-Canadian travellers must apply for, and receive, the “Schengen” visa. This visa is also called a “C” visa, and it allows for a short stay of up to 90 days within the Schengen Area.
If you only plan to stay in Paris, you need to apply for your visa in person at the nearest French embassy or consulate. Travellers must make sure their passport is valid for the entire duration of their trip to France. It’s important to check the expiration date on your passport well before you travel, so you have time to renew it if it’s going to expire while you are away.
Arriving in Paris
Paris, also called the City of Lights, is 6 hours ahead of Montreal. As you ready yourself for a trip to Paris, it’s best if you try to prepare yourself for the slight time zone change. Currently, Canadian dollar is weak against the Euro, so many travellers prepare budgets to consider the cost of food and goods in France before they travel. Paris is a beautiful city that sees sunshine nearly year round. Winters are warmer in Paris than in Montreal and summers are cooler. The average temperature during winter months in Paris is 7° and summer months average 20°.
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