Montreal Live Flight Departures

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To Airline Flight no. Scheduled Actual Status
Charlotte (CLT) Republic Airlines YX4401 07:30 Cancelled
Vancouver (YVR) Air Canada AC303 07:40 En-Route
Iles-de-la-Madeleine (YGR) Jazz Air QK8734 08:00 En-Route
Calgary (YYC) Air Canada AC319 08:05 Delayed
Philadelphia (PHL) Piedmont Airlines PT5011 08:05 Cancelled
Chicago (ORD) SkyWest Airlines OO3102 08:15 Scheduled
Chicago (ORD) Sky Regional Airlines RS7591 08:20 Scheduled
Quebec (YQB) Jazz Air QK8704 08:25 Delayed
Ottawa (YOW) Jazz Air QK8671 08:55 Scheduled
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) Air Canada AC912 09:00 Scheduled
Toronto (YYZ) Air Canada AC405 09:00 Scheduled
Toronto (YYZ) WestJet WS589 12:00 Scheduled
Philadelphia (PHL) Piedmont Airlines PT4719 12:59 Scheduled
Iles-de-la-Madeleine (YGR) Jazz Air QK8738 13:15 Scheduled
New York (EWR) Jazz Air QK7910 13:30 Scheduled
Vancouver (YVR) Air Canada AC305 13:30 Scheduled
Moncton (YQM) Jazz Air QK8908 13:35 Scheduled
Boston (BOS) Sky Regional Airlines RS7624 13:45 Scheduled
Halifax (YHZ) Sky Regional Airlines RS7558 13:45 Scheduled
Quebec (YQB) Jazz Air QK8712 13:45 Scheduled
Calgary (YYC) Air Canada AC321 13:45 Scheduled
Ottawa (YOW) Jazz Air QK8973 13:45 Scheduled

Montreal-Trudeau Airport is officially known s the Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, a name that was given to the airport in honour of former Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Elliott, and is also referred to by its IATA code of YUL. It is the third busiest airport in Canada, and is located approximately 20km, or 12 miles from downtown Montreal. Montreal-Trudeau Airport departures are offered by a wide selection of airline carriers, including Air Canada, for which the airport is a hub, and the departure areas of the terminal are well equipped for the needs of passengers on domestic and international flights. There are a number of ground transport services that enable departing passengers to reach the airport as well.

Montreal-Trudeau International Airport serves Greater Montreal, as well as the northern regions of Vermont and New York, in the United States of America. The airport and the city of Montreal are found in the Canadian province of Quebec, which is to the east of Ontario, and to the west of Maine and New Brunswick. The important cities surrounding Montreal include Ottawa, Laval, Sherbrooke, Trois-Rivières and Quebec City. Passengers on Montreal-Trudeau Airport departure flights can travel by bus or taxi to reach their terminal, or by train to the Dorval Train Station which is connected to the airport by free shuttle buses. Public buses operated by STM travel from various downtown areas and train stations to the airport at frequent intervals, and regional buses are available from further towns and cities. There is also a bus service offered by SkyPort that travels from Mont-Tremblant to the airport. Taxis can be taken from anywhere in the city, but from downtown Montreal, will cost about $40.00.

Departing passengers can easily drive to Montreal-Trudeau Airport as well, and leave their vehicles in one of the airport car parks. The main roads leading to the airport include the Highway 720 from downtown Montreal, the Highway 20 past Lachine, the Trans-Canada Highway 40 from Repentigny, the Highway 15 from Sainte-Thérèsa and Highway 13, running parallel to Highway 15. Highway 520 is one of the large roads leading to the airport as well. Montreal-Trudeau Airport is found in the area of Dorval, nearby to Lachine, LaSalle, Pointe-Claire and Saint-Laurent. There are two long-term car parks at Montreal Airport, the Econoparc and the Interparc, and a parking garage that has short-term parking on the ground floor and spaces ideal for medium-term stays on the upper levels. Valet parking can be arranged as well, and there are dedicated spaces for passengers with disabilities. The Hotelparc is also nearby the terminals, and is a heated parking area.

Montreal-Trudeau Airport has direct flights to over 130 regular and seasonal destinations, many of which are in Canada and the United States of America. Many are international as well, as the airport serves as an important international gateway. There are around 32 airline companies at Montreal Airport. It is the headquarters and one of four hubs for Air Canada, the country’s largest airline, and is also a hub for the charter airlines, Air Inuit, Air Transat and Sunwing Airlines. Canjet uses the airport for the base of its operations. Flights depart to the Canadian destinations of Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Quebec, Halifax, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Charlottetown and many others, by the airline companies of Air Canada, Air Inuit, Porter, WestJet and Bearskin, and United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta, Air Transat, Air Canada and US Airways fly to Atlanta, Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, Detroit, Denver, Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Orlando, San Francisco, Houston and Washington in the United States. International airport departures head for Algeria, Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Paris, Dublin, London, Mexico City, Munich, Rome, Zurich, Santa Clara, Geneva, Casablanca, Istanbul and many more locations. Some of the most important international carriers at Montreal-Trudeau Airport are Air Canada, Air Transat, Lufthansa, Air France, Sunwing, CanJet, Cubana Airlines, Royal Air Maroc, Qatar Airways, British Airways and SATA International.

Currently, Montreal-Trudeau Airport handles just over thirteen million passengers per annum, of which around eight million travel on international or transborder flights. The air route between Montreal Airport and the Toronto-Pearson Airport is considered as the fourteenth busiest in the world, and the international route between Montreal and Paris is regarded as the eighth busiest in terms of passengers carried. Since that Montreal-Trudeau Airport is such an important gateway between Canada and the United States, it is one of the eight airports in the country with U.S. border preclearance facilities.

Passengers departing on domestic flights from Montreal-Trudeau Airport will need a valid government-issued photo ID that shows their name, date of birth and gender, and two pieces of valid government-issued ID without a photo that shows the passenger’s name, date of birth and gender. The name on the identification should match the name on the boarding pass. Domestic passengers should arrive at the airport at least two hours before their flight, and may proceed directly to the departure area. Check-in can be completed at the conventional check-in counters, online or at the self-service check-in kiosks. Passengers are recommended to proceed through the security check-point as soon after check-in as possible. The U.S. departure area can be accessed directly from the multi-level parking garage on level 3, or from the central terminal building. International passengers should arrive at the airport at least three hours prior to their departure. In general, Montreal Airport consists of three concourses. Concourse A is used for domestic flights, Concourse B is the international facility and Concourse C is dedicated to U.S. bound flights.

Montreal-Trudeau Airport facilities for departing passengers include several VIP lounges, many convenient shops and restaurants (including duty-free stores), banking and currency exchange options, ATMs, modern restrooms that are accessible to disabled passengers and porter services. The airport terminals have recently been renovated and expanded, to ensure comfort and efficient service for all passengers. The airport has a new hotel as well, known as the Marriott Hotel, which opened in 2009.

Live Montreal-Trudeau Airport departures can be viewed on various online websites, or the airport can be contacted for further information at 514-394-7377 or 1-800-465-1213, which is a toll-free number from anywhere in Canada, from Vermont and Albany, and from New York.