There’s more flights than ever at Montréal-Trudeau Airport

published on November 13, 2017
Montréal Partners Tourisme Montréal: News and People What's New in Montréal

In 2017, Montréal-Trudeau Airport hit a record high of 140 direct flight destinations, 87 serving international cities. As one of the world’s leading business tourism cities, it’s never been easier to gather your attendees together in Montréal with a minimum of fuss and flight transfers. And this winter the list keeps growing as YUL airport adds four more routes, broadening Montréal’s direct links with the rest of the world. 


Lima, Peru

Served by Air Canada, flights to the Peruvian capital and one of South America’s largest cities mark the first South American destination served year-round from Montréal-Trudeau.

Phoenix, Arizona

Snowbirds rejoice! The sunny Phoenix joins Montréal-Trudeau’s roster of routes via Air Canada starting February 22, 2018.

Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda

Sunwing links the island paradise of Antigua with Montréal via regular flights commencing in late-November 2017.

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Air Transat’s service out of Montréal-Trudeau adds this capital city of the Caribbean’s Dominican Republic in December 2017.


Several other destination routes via Montréal-Trudeau are increasing in seat numbers available, including the now-weekly flight to Lisbon, Portugal (via Air Transat) and more direct flights to Mexico City and Cancún (with new discount airline Interjet).

Seat numbers for several of YUL’s popular routes with Air Canada are also increasing in leaps and bounds to meet demand, including Lyon, France (up 38%), San Francisco (up 80%) and Philadelphia (with a whopping 180% rise) bringing the airline’s overall seating capacity up by 10%.

Westjet’s services from Montréal-Trudeau has also increased by 10%, while AeroMexico reached a 27% rise in seating capacity via YUL. The total number of seats overall out of Montréal-Trudeau is up 8% this winter over last year, and new routes and increased service are en route for 2018, making Montréal-Trudeau one of North America’s primary transport hubs – and an easily accessible location for international delegates and conference attendees from far and wide.