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Cheap Flights from Toronto to Montreal in 2019

Flight information Toronto to Montreal

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

C$123

Non-stop airlines

11

Flights per week

454

Average flight time, total distance 536 kilometers

1h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Air Canada

Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Montreal St Hubert and Montreal Mirabel

3 airports

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Toronto to Montreal Flight Information

Montreal is the second-largest city in Canada with a metropolitan population of almost 4.1 million people and is one of the best places to experience the unique fusion of French and Canadian culture.

The fastest and easiest way to travel from Toronto to Montreal is by plane, covering a total distance of 536 kilometres. As one of the busiest air route in country, direct flights operate up 63 times each day from either Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) or Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ), arriving at Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) with an average Toronto to Montreal flight time of one hour and 10 minutes. Cheap flights from Toronto to Montreal can be found year-round with return trips costing as little as $139.

Airlines Flying from Toronto to Montreal

Air Canada, WestJet, Porter Airlines and Air Transat all offer cheap direct flights from Toronto to Montreal. Most Air Canada flights from Toronto to Montreal depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) to Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL), however travellers seeking added convenience can also fly with Air Canada from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to Montreal for a similar price, with flights departing every hour. WestJet and Air Transat flights also depart from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Montreal, while tourists interested in departing from Billy Bishop Airport to Montreal can also choose to fly with Porter.

Airport Information

Toronto Pearson International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Canada. While Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is located in the heart of downtown Toronto and welcomes 2.8 million travellers through its gates every year. On the arrivals end, Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is one of the eight main entrances to the country and the busiest airport in the Quebec province.

Departing from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

Toronto Pearson International Airport is well-connected with a multitude of transport links to take visitors from their accommodation door to their terminal. Metered taxis, along with ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft can take tourists from downtown Toronto and beyond directly to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). However, travellers seeking a more cost-effective mode of transportation can take the UP Express train from Union Station to Toronto Pearson International Airport for as little as $12.35. Flights from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Montreal depart from Terminal 1 with Air Canada, and from Terminal 3 with WestJet and Air Transaat.

Once checked in, each terminal offers both dine-in and fast food restaurants for hungry travellers to refuel, and plenty of shops to keep passengers busy while awaiting their flight. Free Wi-Fi is also available throughout the airport for your convenience. Both terminals for Toronto to Montreal flights offer Plaza Premium Lounge facilities where passengers can treat themselves to made-to-order breakfasts, hot meals, and a variety of beer, wine and spirits at the bar.

Departing from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)

Billy Bishop Airport offers flights to more than 20 cities across Canada and the United States. Getting to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) from anywhere in Toronto is easy. An abundance of transportation options await, including metered taxis, ride sharing services, the free Billy Bishop Airport shuttle, the ferry, and the cheapest among them, the pedestrian tunnel which connects the Toronto mainland and the Toronto Island Airport in six minutes.

Arriving at Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

On landing, the half-hour taxi ride from Montréal-Trudeau Airport to downtown Montreal will cost a fixed fare of $42. However, those travelling on a budget can choose to take the 24-hour 747 bus service from Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport to downtown Montreal for $10 which can take up to 75 minutes and includes unlimited travel on bus and metro services for the next 24 hours.

Alternative Toronto to Montreal Transport Options

Visitors looking to see the famous Canadian countryside can travel from Toronto to Montreal by bus or train. The Via Rail Toronto to Montreal train connects the country’s two most populous cities for as little as $48 with a journey time of just under five hours. For a similar price, Greyhound offers a Toronto to Montreal bus journey with multiple stops, taking approximately nine hours. Looking to hit the road yourself? The drive from Toronto to Montreal takes between five to six hours, with a number of nice spots to stop for a bite along the way, among them the areas of Prince Edward County and Kingston.

Montreal Information

Since there is no time difference when flying from Toronto to Montreal, tourists can start working through their itinerary without a fuss. While the city is the world’s biggest French-speaking city outside Paris, most locals also speak English so visitors should find it easy to get around. Montreal experiences all four seasons, including humid summers with the average temperature of 26 to 27 °C, and snowy, windy winters with temperatures ranging between -1 and 12°C.

Things To Do in Montreal

As one of the Canada’s largest cities, Montreal bursts with countless things to do. Montreal’s public transport system of buses and metro trains is affordable for most, with single trip adult fares costing $3.25, while children ride free. Visitors looking to make the most of public transport should invest in a Daily, 3-Day or Weekly pass depending on the length of their stay.

The historic centre of Old Montreal is well-preserved with winding cobblestone streets lining upscale cafés, and independent boutiques and galleries. While in the area, be sure to check out Place d’Armes, a beautiful square surrounded by the city’s most historic buildings, including the Notre Dame of Montreal Basilica which costs $14 to enter and includes a 20-minute tour.

Other main sights of the city include Mont Royal, a sprawling public park situated atop downtown Montreal, famous for its breathtaking views. Another one of Montreal’s most-loved attractions is Atwater Market. While smaller than the famous Jean-Talon Market, its local atmosphere, Art Deco architecture, along with its picturesque location by the St Lawrence River, and diversity of food and produce draws in huge crowds daily.

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Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.

Flights From Toronto to Montreal

Airline Flight Frequency Airport Best One-Way Flight Price
Air Canada 33 Flights Per Day Toronto Pearson International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport $126
WestJet 21 Flights Per Day Toronto Pearson International Airport $135
Air Transat 12 Flights Per Day Toronto Pearson International Airport $60
Porter 13 Flights Per Day Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport $107