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Getting to Montreal

The Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport (PET) is 20 minutes away from downtown Montreal. Taxis and limousines can get travelers quickly to their destinations whether they are going downtown or returning to the airport. Another option is “L’Aérobus,” a shuttle bus that links the airport to downtown. This bus stops at the Central Bus Station, located at 505 boul. de Maisonneuve East.

Montreal’s Central Train Station welcomes trains from cities such as New York or Washington as well as from Eastern or Western Canada. The Central Station is linked directly to Bonaventure metro station by a very accessible pedestrian corridor. Travelers arriving by bus arrive directly downtown, at the Central Bus Station, which is connected to the metro through Berri-UQAM station.


Schedule: Departures every 25 minutes
Travel time: Approximately 45 minutes

Ticket office: Tickets on sale at the Montreal Central Bus Station and at Montreal-Trudeau Airport (arrivals level).

Information: La Québécoise (514) 842-2281.

One-way $14.00 (Adult) $13.00 (65 years and over) $11.00 (Child 5 to 12 years old)
Return $24.54 (Adult) $22.00 (65 years and over) $18.00 (Child 5 to 12 years old)

By taxi, the fare for a one-way trip between downtown and the airport is of 35$ CAN, while in limousine the price is of 50$ CAN.

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