Cheap Flights from Calgary to Montreal in 2019
Flight information Calgary to Montreal
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 3005 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau, Montreal St Hubert and Montreal Mirabel
Air Canada offers three direct flights to Montréal from Calgary each day, while WestJet offers one daily direct flight. The direct flights from Calgary to Montréal all land at Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.
Several connecting flights also take passengers from Calgary to Montréal via layovers in cities such as Winnipeg, Toronto, and Edmonton. Nondirect WestJet flights stop in Winnipeg and Toronto before flying to Montréal, while Air Canada flights stop in Toronto, Winnipeg, or Edmonton, depending on which flight passengers opt for.
Saint-Hubert Airport is not in use for either direct or nondirect Calgary to Montréal flights.
Terminal Information for Calgary International Airport
Getting to Calgary International Airport from the city is straightforward. Express bus route 300 brings passengers from downtown Calgary to the airport for just CA$8, and the service runs every 30 minutes from 5 a.m. until midnight. A taxi from the core downtown area of Calgary should cost no more than CA$45.
Travellers flying to Montreal should go to the Domestic Terminal, which consists of three concourses. Concourse A is for WestJet passengers, while Concourse B is for Air Canada passengers. Free wireless internet is available throughout the airport in Calgary, and four lounges with business facilities and refreshments are spread around the three concourses.
Terminal Information for Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is easily navigable for arriving travellers. There is just one two-story terminal building, and passengers can use free wireless internet upon arrival. The best option for departing the airport and travelling to downtown Montréal is the 747 bus route, which operates 24 hours every day with a minimum fare of CA$10.
What You Need to Know
Passports are not compulsory to fly domestically in Canada. For domestic flights, passengers over 18 years of age should carry either one piece of government-issued photographic identification that clearly shows the passenger's name, date of birth, and gender, or two valid pieces of non-photographic government-issued identification that match the passenger's name, date of birth, and gender.
Passengers should aim to arrive at Calgary International Airport two hours before departure time for domestic journeys. The airport in Calgary is Canada's fourth busiest, so arriving late could mean a missed flight.
What to Expect in Montréal
Montréal is two hours ahead of Calgary, so passengers arriving in Montréal should adjust their watches accordingly and bear in mind that if they arrive early in Montréal, their friends or family may still be sleeping. Montréal is a lively city and has a well-earned reputation as Quebec's cultural and economic capital.
A subway system ferries passengers to various points around the city, and a CA$3.25 charge applies to one-way trips on the subway. A simple walk around the densely populated downtown area of Montreal rewards sightseers with some beautiful street art. Other points of interest include the stunning Notre-Dame Basilica with its breathtaking architecture and fascinating history and Old Montréal, which is a beautiful part of the city that resembles Europe with its cobblestone streets and eclectic range of shops.
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