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Flight from Montreal to Fort-de-France
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Looking for cheap airfare to Fort-de-France? 25% of our users found tickets to Fort-de-France for the following prices or less: From Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl C$ 327 one-way - C$ 524 round-trip
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High season is considered to be April, May and June. The cheapest month to fly from Canada is May.
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International flights to Fort-de-France land at the Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport (FDF), a major hub for Air France.
Despite its location on the Caribbean Sea, the island of Martinique is officially an overseas part of France, and therefore the same rules to enter a European Union country apply.
As in France, the official currency in Martinique is the Euro. For currency exchange, visit the Caribbean Change office in the public hall at Door E. It's open from 7:15 am to 7:00 pm Tuesday to Saturday. On Monday it closes for lunch between noon and 1:00 pm, and closes at 5:30 pm. On Sundays and national holidays, it's open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, with a lunch break between noon and 2:30 pm. If your flight to Fort-de-France arrives outside these scheduled times, you can withdraw cash from one of the ATMs at the airport. Most hotels, shops and restaurants accept payment via credit card.
If any medical assistance is required, there’s a medical centre open all year long from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm, and a pharmacy open from 7:00 am to midnight, both found on the ground floor.
The easiest way to get from the airport to the city centre is by taxi (20 minutes). All taxis are metred, and you'll find them outside the arrivals area through Door D. It costs between 10-15 € (C$ 15-22, approximately) from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm.
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Taxi Collectifs are mini-buses that carry up to nine passengers, as opposed to a regular taxi that carries up to four passengers. The latter is private while the first is transportation shared by multiple people and is more affordable. Taxi Collectifs only operate in the city area of Fort-de-France and do not service the airport. They don’t have a set route or a fixed schedule as it depends on where the passengers want to go.
Outside the passenger terminal of the airport you will find offices for Avis, Auloc, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, Jumbo Car, Rent a Car, Paylessand Sixt. Please note that a VAT charge of 8.5% is added to the final price, and a pickup charge of 20 € (about C$ 30) may apply.
For passengers interested in local art and history, the Fort-de-France Airport has a permanent exhibition dedicated to the local writer and politician Aimé Césaire, whom the airport is named after. Occasionally, it also hosts temporary exhibitions by local artists at the baggage claim area.
Baguet Shop, inside the airport at the passenger terminal, serves sandwiches and snacks and is open every day from 6:00 am until 1 hour after the last flight of the day departs. Outside, about 1 minute walking distance from the airport terminal, fast food chain Burger King is located near the parking lot P0 and is open from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. Right next to it, bar Le Colibri serves mostly drinks and appetizers and is open every day from 2:30 pm. Chez Maimaine, about 15 minutes walking distance from the airport, serves typical Creole cuisine Monday to Friday from noon to 3:00 pm, but it’s advised to make reservations in advance.
Based on KAYAK searches from the last 72 hours, if you fly from Montreal, you should have a good chance of getting the best deal to Fort-de-France as it was the cheapest place to fly from. Prices were found for as low as C$ 484 one-way and C$ 1,498 for a round-trip flight. Also in the last 72 hours, the most popular connection to Fort-de-France was from Montreal and the lowest price for a round-trip flight was C$ 661.
You’ll need to travel 8 km to reach the Fort-de-France city centre from Fort-de-France.
Fort-de-France is served by Fort-de-France, also commonly referred to as Lamentin or Martinique Aimé Césaire Intl. The airport code is FDF.
The cheapest month for flights to Fort-de-France is March. On the other hand, the most expensive months are January and February.
Air Canada has waived its change and cancellation fees on flights to Fort-de-France. Confirm policy on booking site.
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