Cheap Flights from Montreal to Palm Springs
Flight information Montreal to Palm Springs International
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Average flight time, total distance 3836 kilometers
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Palm Springs International
Montreal is one of three big cities that dominates the eastern side of North America. Flights from Montreal to Palm Springs originate in Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), the only airport in Montreal that offers regular commercial service to international destinations. The airport is one large terminal with two floors divided into different sections. This airport is also famous for it’s lounges. The Star Alliance and SkyTeam alliances maintain private lounges here. Other options include the “pay in” variety sponsored by credit card companies or banks. Even if you aren’t a special airline club member or holding a certain type of boarding pass, you can still enjoy a luxury lounge while you wait for your flight to Palm Springs.
Airlines that fly to Palm Springs from Montreal
It’s easy to find a variety of flights for this popular winter vacation destination. Virtually all flight on this route require a stopover, which can be a Canadian or American city. Plenty of airlines have package deals that include accommodation or car rentals with a plane ticket.
- Air Canada and United Airlineswork together to service this route. Possible stopovers include Denver and San Francisco. Keep in mind that flights to Denver are only offered on a seasonal basis.
- Alaska Airlines and American Airlines also have regular service to Palm Springs from Montreal, a route that requires a connecting flight in Chicago. Sometimes these flights are conducted by subsidiary airline, American Eagle.
- Westjet can get you there without any help from their friends. All they need is a stop at YVR in Vancouver before they can get you there. This airline actually dominates the roster as far as most flights between the two points by a single airline.
What to Expect When Arriving in Palm Springs
The Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) is hardly the bustling hub like YUL in Montreal. PSP operates mostly on a seasonal basis, welcoming those fleeing from the savage northern cold. It has a similar open-air, one terminal design that is divided into three different sections. One of the concourses in the main terminal is named in honor of Sonny Bono, and if you’re driving, you can leave the airport via Kirk Douglas Way.
- The Main Terminal is the main artery to the road for both arriving and departing traffic. Ground transportation is available here, including a connection to the local bus line and the Amtrak Thruway bus.
- The Sonny Bono Concourse. You can find gates three to 11 in this section named for the former musician, congressman, and mayor of Palm Springs. This newer addition has jet bridges and can handle larger aircraft.
- Gates 12 to 20 make up the third section of the airport, and don’t have an official name yet. Smaller prop planes land in this area, which doesn’t have any jetways.
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