Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport – Montréal (YUL)
Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is the busiest airport of Canada, located 12 miles west from Montréal.
The airport was opened in 1941 by Serge Ménard. There are about 40 airlines operating at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport: Aeroméxico, Air Algérie, Air Canada, Air Canada Express, Air China, Air France, Air Inuit, American Airlines, KLM, Sunwing Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, WestJet and Air Transat.
The airport has one terminal divided into 3 lounges, 56 boarding gates and 3 runways. Long-term and short-term parking is available. All the lounges are facilitated with check-in area, food court, duty-free shops, telephone booths, ATM, currency exchange, cafes, bars and restaurants. There are plenty of restaurants in the airport like: Burger King, Tatami Sushi, Subway, Starbucks, Java U. Several hotels are placed nearby the airport, for example, Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal hotel, Aloft hotel and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites.
Trudeau International Airport can be easily reached by taxis. Taxi rates for a ride to the city centre are estimated between €12 and €30.