Cheap Flights from Pierre Elliott Trudeau to New York La Guardia
Flight information Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau to New York LaGuardia
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Average flight time, total distance 521 kilometers
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New York LaGuardia
Flying out of Pierre Elliott Trudeau International
Montreal's Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport (YUL) is a bustling transportation hub, serving one of the busiest areas on the entire continent. That extends well beyond the city of Mont's environs. This airport is an essential link in the air transport network that also includes two other major metropolitan centers, Toronto and New York.
There are three airports in New York that connect to YUL.
- La Guardia (LGA)
- John F. Kennedy (JFK)
- Newark Liberty (EWR)
If you can't find the transglobal or transcontinental flight you need at YUL, rest assured it will be easy to find at one of these three. La Guardia International Airport (LGA) is located in the northern part of Queens, on both Flushing and Bowery Bay. There is also ground and even water transportation to and from these three airports, including transfers between them for those that need to catch connecting flights.
Airlines that Fly from YUL to LGA
The following airlines offer regular, direct between Montreal and New York through YUL and LGA.
- Air Canada and subsidiary Air Canada Express
- American Eagle
- Delta Connection
Other airlines that fly to the United States, such as Porter, fly to New York, but land in Newark (EWR). Westjet conducts regular flights to La Guardia, but only from Pearson International (YYZ) in Toronto.
Information About La Guardia Airport in New York
A historic airport that is made up of five terminals, A through D, with an additional General Aviation Terminal. Each terminal dates from a different era in modern American history and has varying designs and facilities.
- Terminal A is also known as the Marine Air Terminal and is home to a large mural that dates from the Roosevelt-era Works Progress Administration Federal Art Project of the 1940s.
- Terminal B was designed and built in the 1960s, and. functions as the central terminal building that hosts most of the airport's international travelers.
- Terminal C This terminal, which is jointly operated by Delta and US Airways, handles about half of the airport's regional and national traffic.
- Terminal D was specifically built to accommodate the new Boeing 757 and 767 aircraft in the 1990s. Today, Delta uses most of the terminal, except for a single gate, which is where you can find Canadian airline Westjet.
- General Aviation Terminal is not presently open to the public, as it is currently being used for private, chartered flights.
La Guardia has ample amenities, as you would expect from an international airport in a city the size of New York, so it's easy to stay busy on a stopover or find accommodations if you're staying. There are more than 60 restaurants throughout the airport, most of the shopping in Terminal B, and a Gourmet Market in Terminals C and D. There's a sophisticated network of buses that can take you anywhere you want to go in the city, including free shuttles to the other metro airports.
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