Aeroports de Montreal

Aeroports de Montreal

October 17, 2012 14:15 ET

Aruba and Roatan Among New Destinations Out of Montreal-Trudeau This Winter

MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC--(Marketwire - Oct. 17, 2012) - Aéroports de Montréal is pleased to announce new destinations that will enhance service at Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport for the 2012-2013 winter season.

Travellers will be able to choose from a total of 102 destinations served non-stop this winter from Montréal-Trudeau. Aruba, in the Caribbean, Roatan, Honduras, and Huatulco, Mexico, are the main additions to the schedule in comparison with last year. Seat supply will be more or less the same as during winter 2011-2012. Note that schedules are subject to change.

International - sun destinations

This winter, passengers flying out of Montréal-Trudeau will have a choice of 40 non-stop sun destinations.

For the first time, Sunwing will be offering service to the island of Aruba (Netherlands Antilles) and the resort town of Huatulco on Mexico's Pacific Coast. There will be one flight a week to each destination, with the carrier operating 189-seat Boeing 737-800s.

WestJet, meanwhile, is adding two new routes: a weekly flight to the Turks and Caicos Islands and another to St-Martin / St. Maarten (French/Netherlands Antilles). The airline will be flying 189-seat Boeing-737-700s on both routes.

Lastly, Air Transat has added Roatan, Honduras, to its extensive array of winter destinations. The new weekly service will use Boeing 737s.

United States

Where service to U.S. destinations is concerned, supply will be enriched mainly through increased capacity on existing routes.

Air Canada will operate seven flights a week to and from Miami using Airbus A320s, nine a week to/from Las Vegas, also using A320s, and one weekly flight to/from West Palm Beach using A319s.

United Airlines is adding frequency to its Chicago route - to 42 a week - and boosting its Montréal-Cleveland service to 21 flights weekly. Lastly, US Airways will offer 21 weekly departures to Washington-Dulles, operating CRJ-200 aircraft, while Delta will serve Minneapolis 13 times a week, flying Embraer 175s.

ADM is the local airport authority responsible for the management, operation and development of Montréal-Trudeau and Montréal-Mirabel international airports since 1992. The Corporation employs 600 people at both airports and at head office. ADM has been ISO 14001 certified since 2000 and BOMA BESt certified since 2008.

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Contact Information

  • Christiane Beaulieu
    Vice-President, Public Affairs and Communications
    514 394-7304