Cheap flights from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau to London Heathrow
Flight information Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau to London Heathrow
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Average flight time, total distance 5221 kilometers
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Fifteen flights take off from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau to London Heathrow on a weekly basis. While Air Canada provides a nonstop flight, most airlines include one stop along the route. Lufthansa, United, Air France, British Airways, SWISS, and KLM are some of the most popular options for this route. And stops in locations such as Chicago (ORD), Newark (EWR), Newfoundland and Labrador (YYT), Frankfurt (FRA), and Paris (CDG) extend the adventure. The perfect flight depends on your time, schedule, and interests, but Skyscanner can help you plan it all out so there are no unexpected surprises along the way.
Departing from Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau
Although Montreal has three active airports, Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau (YUL) is the primary departing airport to London Heathrow. Located 20 km from Downtown Montreal, YUL is situated in the small borough of Dorval. Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau is the third busiest airport in Quebec and consistently handles the needs of over 16 million passengers annually via two terminals. YUL serves and hosts over 40 airlines, but it’s a permanent hub for Air Canada and a focus airport for Air Transat, Porter Airlines, and Sunwing Airlines.
Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau allows free WIFI for up to 60 minutes, but once that times up you just need to watch a commercial and start your free 60 minutes over. You can repeat that process as many times as needed while at the airport. Children’s play areas and a prayer room help release energy and stress. Spa & Salon Services ensure you can look your best prior to departing for your destination. And Jacques-de-Lesseps Park provides exciting views of the planes just steps outside of the airport.
Arriving in London Heathrow
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is one of six International airports that serve the London area as well as the busiest airport in Europe. It also happens to be the arrival airport for flights from Montreal. Located 23 km from central London, LHR handles the needs of 75 million passengers annually via four active terminals. Air Canada flights arriving and departing from YUL are located in Terminal 2 while British Airways to and from YUL are located in Terminal 5.
Amenities include free WIFI, prayer rooms, and children’s play areas stationed around the airport. Multiple premium and upgraded lounges give weary travelers a peaceful place to relax and recharge. An art gallery in T5 is worth investigating, and Bradley Smith Hair Express Bar in T5 ensures both men and women can look London ready in no time.
Travel Tips from Montreal to London
London’s population is more than quadruples Montreal, so it can be quite a culture shock to new travelers. London is also five hours ahead of Montreal, so consider that when scheduling your flight. Canadians aren’t required to secure a visa when visiting the UK for up to 90 days. However, if you’re not a Canadian resident, look into your country’s specific travel requirements. Tours and activity package deals can be planned and secured prior to your trip to ensure you’ll get the most out of your adventure. And Skyscanner’s app is an instant way to be notified of special deals or price breaks.
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