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Yes. YUL has a variety of airline lounges on its facilities providing travellers with snacks and beverages, a business centre, newspapers and magazines, among other services and facilities. The Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge is on the Domestic Departures, International Departures, and Transborder Departures. The Air France Lounge is Airside, on the International Concourse near Gate 57. To gain entry into YUL’s airline lounges you’ll have to have a lounge membership or purchase an entrance pass.
Yes. For lactating mothers travelling through the Airport with babies, YUL furnishes them with nursing stations, where they can feed their babies or pump milk. The nursing stations are available throughout YUL and are fitted with changing counters, chairs, power outlets, sinks, and microwave ovens. At YUL, the major of the nursing rooms are adjacent to washrooms. Moreover, if you’re travelling through YUL with your children the Airport has a variety of kids' play areas. The Air Transat playgrounds are adjacent to the boarding gates, for example, Gates 5, 11, and 86. What’s more, the Airport has a plane-spotting zone in Jacques-de-Lesseps Park where children can enjoy the magnificent view of YUL’s runways.
The quickest way to get from the airport to downtown Montreal is via taxi or Uber, which will take about 25min depending on the address of your final destination within the city. Alternatively, you can take public transport. The 747 bus line runs 24/7 and is pretty cheap. However, this will take you a bit longer. There are just over 10 stops on this continuous bus line and your travel time can take anywhere from 45 to 70min to reach the downtown area depending on traffic.
Yes, there are hotels both onsite and very close to the Montreal Airport for your convenience. The Montreal Airport In-Terminal Hotel is connected to the airport directly in the U.S. Departures Terminal. There is also free shuttle service to many hotels within a few kilometers of the airport, such as Aloft Montreal Aeroport, the Double Tree by Hilton, the Holiday Inn, and the Sheraton, among many others.
Yes, there are a number of car rental companies onsite at the airport when you arrive, including Budget, Avis, Alamo, Enterprise, and more. The car rental services are located in the center of the Short Term Parking Lot on the ground floor. You will see signs directing you to car rentals.
Yes, there is a designated passenger pick-up zone to make your life easier and ease traffic congestion at the airport at the same time. The passenger pick-up zone is divided into five zones so you can easily communicate to your ride where you will be exiting the airport. There are also spaces in the pick-up zone dedicated to passengers with limited mobility for your convenience and comfort.
Based on KAYAK searches from the last 72 hours, if you fly from Calgary, you should have a good chance of getting the best deal to Montreal as it was the cheapest place to fly from. Prices were found for as low as C$ 75 one-way and C$ 164 for a round-trip flight. Also in the last 72 hours, the most popular connection to Montreal was from Toronto and the lowest price for a round-trip flight was C$ 268.
If you’re traveling from Canada, you might fly to Montreal with Air Canada, Azul, or Air France as they are the most frequent flyers.
You’ll need to travel 15 km to reach the Montreal city centre from Montreal.
On average, a flight to Montreal costs C$ 776. The cheapest price found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks cost C$ 65 and departed from Calgary Airport.
The cheapest month for flights to Montreal is January. On the other hand, the most expensive months are July and August.
Air Canada, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines have waived their change and cancellation fees on flights to Montreal. Confirm policies on booking site.
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Long wait for baggage check in with only one on site attendant.
The worst airlines I have seen in my life they don’t respect anyone they don’t care about anyone they lost our luggage and no one is responding. We waited for five hours to get our luggage back.🤬🤬🤬👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Great staff. Cramped seating for someone 5 feet, 2 inches and average weight. So if you're tall or heavy -- good luck. Even if you wait until the 24 hour checkin time, you still charge for seating. Really? So either it is a less-than-pleasant experience or pay the price of a "big name" airline. And if I'm going to pay their prices, why would I fly in your cramped seat? So, in the end, you want to give less comfort for the same prices as Air Canada. Go figure.
The airplane smokes and they think it's normal.... this is sign of deterioration
Flair aircraft smokes before takeoff... and this seem normal to air hostess..... smoking aircraft is not a good sign of safety
Flair’s customer service isn’t helpful at all and their refund is a scam
Everything was great. Got out 5 minutes early and had a nap on the overnight flight.
Wifi was down on this flight but I had a movie downloaded.
Horrific airline. This trip didn't even happen!! We got to the airport and were told at check-in that our tickets were canceled WITHOUT NOTICE! I begged the agents for more info and was told we were blacklisted for using a fraudulent credit card. The card was debit and the funds were already taken out! The desk agents all left, and we were left with zero solution. We had to book another flight with a different airline which cost us $2300 in addition to the $550 Flair already took from us. I have been on the line for 30 minutes to speak to an agent. Does not look promising. AVOID FLAIR AT ALL COSTS.
They make you pay for everything:- hand carriage, seat, check-in and don't even offer you a cup of water! It turnout much more expensive than AC !
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