Cheap Flights from Quebec to Montreal
Flight information Quebec to Montreal
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Average flight time, total distance 228 kilometers
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Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Montreal St Hubert and Montreal Mirabel
Air Canada, Porter Airlines, WestJet, and Provincial Airlines offer service from Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport to Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. WestJet offers flights with one stop in Toronto, while Air Canada, Porter Airlines, and Provincial Airlines have direct, nonstop flights.
Terminal Information for Quebec City Jean Lesage International Information
There is a single terminal for flights from Quebec to Montreal. It is currently being expanded and enhanced to better accommodate the large number of travellers that come through it. Those travelling with children will appreciate the family zone, located near the control checkpoint, which includes a playground for younger kids and a nursing room that has a sink, changing table, microwave, and comfortable chair.
The airport also has a Tim Hortons restaurant — open 24 hours a day, seven days a week — a bar, a multi-service store, a duty-free shop, and another restaurant on Level Two. A VIP lounge, also on the second level, offers light meals, full bar service, free high-speed Wi-Fi internet access, and more. It's open to business class passengers for free, and other passengers can gain access by paying small entrance fees.
Terminal Information for Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
The Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is a mere 20 km from downtown Montreal. It contains a single terminal for all airlines, and the international/trans-border gates are 47-68 and 72-89. This airport is the third-busiest in Canada and one of only two airports in the country that offers direct flights to five or more continents, so it can get very busy with international travellers.
Those flying into Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport can enjoy a relaxing and pampering treatment at the BALNEA Spa Voyage, shop at boutiques or the duty-free stores, or dine at one of the restaurants, many of which are on the upper level within the departures terminal.
What You Need to Know
All four airlines that offer flights to Montreal from Quebec recommend arriving at the airport at least 120 minutes prior to the scheduled flight time. Passengers will need to bring valid photo ID, although passports are not required for this trip. PROXIPARQ2 is the best place for travellers to park because it offers easy terminal access via a boardwalk and is cheaper than INPARQ. The cost is $18.50 per day or $92.50 per week (seven days).
What to Expect in Montreal
The average costs for meals and transportation in Montreal are similar to what they are in Quebec, so those travelling to this destination won't have too much of a change. The typical price for lunch and a drink at a restaurant is $16, while dinner for two at a pub or restaurant will cost around $44. Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is approximately 25 km from the city center, so the cost for a taxi will be around $40. Those taking Quebec to Montreal flights during the winter should bring warm clothing, while springtime travellers will want to bring umbrellas and clothing to layer.
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