Cheap Flights from Toronto to Montreal
Flight information Toronto to Montreal
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Average flight time, total distance 536 kilometers
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Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Montreal St Hubert and Montreal Mirabel
Air Canada and WestJet offer nonstop service from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Toronto to Montréal flights depart hourly from early morning to late evening. Porter Airlines also offers nonstop service throughout the day from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Check out all flights on Skyscanner to view the many options.
Toronto Airports Information
Toronto Pearson International
Flights from Toronto to Montréal depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport from Terminal 1 on Air Canada and from Terminal 3 on WestJet. Toronto Pearson is the busiest and largest airport in Canada. Passengers should arrive at least 90 minutes before departure time when flying domestically.
Travellers have many options for getting to the airport from the city. Taxi, bus, car, shuttle, or public transportation (via the UP Express) is available. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport. Once checked in, stroll through the terminal and grab a quick bite to eat or do some shopping. In all terminals, there is dine in or fast food restaurants and plenty of shopping to keep passengers busy while awaiting a flight.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Porter Airlines departs from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. It is a small airport located on an island just offshore from Toronto. Passengers can use the pedestrian tunnel to the airport or take a ferry across from the city.
Terminal Information for Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Air Canada and WestJet's flights to Montréal from Toronto land at Terminals A and C at Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Hook into the free Wi-Fi while heading toward baggage claim. Downtown Montréal is 18 km from the airport. At the arrivals level, there are taxis, limousines, and hotel shuttles to whisk passengers to the city. Taxi rates are fixed at CA$53 to downtown. The 747 Express bus to the city is another option. Tickets include a 24-hour pass on the public transportation system.
What You Need to Know
Domestic travel ID requirements for Canadian Citizens include (1) a valid government ID with photo, date of birth, and gender, or (2) two pieces of valid government-issued non-photo ID with one of them having the date of birth and gender. For those under 18, it is suggested, but not mandatory, to carry an original birth certificate or non-government issued ID like a school ID.
What to Expect in Montréal
There is no time difference between Toronto and Montréal, and the climates are very similar. Explore Montréal by trying one of the many local tours. Along the way, visitors must try a smoked meat sandwich. Walk around Parc du Mont-Royal, which overlooks the city, or check the Montréal events calendar for the many festivals throughout the year. If planning on visiting the more popular attractions, the Passeport MTL is a great deal. In addition, during a 72-hour period, visitors can buy a Passeport to visit some of the 23 popular attractions and activities around the city. Plus, pass holders have unlimited use of the public transportation system to get around.
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