Aeroports de Montreal

Aeroports de Montreal

March 09, 2015 14:11 ET

Europe More Accessible Than Ever With 29 Direct Destinations From Montreal-Trudeau

MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC--(Marketwired - March 9, 2015) - Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) is pleased to announce that several new air services from Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport have already been confirmed for this summer.

During the summer season, no fewer than 29 European cities will be accessible by direct flight, including Budapest (Hungary), offered for the first time. The Montréal-Paris route will remain the best-served international route from Canada, with up to eight daily flights to Charles de Gaulle or Orly. Montréal-Trudeau will also welcome a new carrier, SkyGreece Airlines.

Overall, travellers can choose from a total of 105 non-stop destinations. Compared with 2014, carriers serving Montréal-Trudeau will offer 5% more seats, including 6% more seats to Europe, this summer.

"We are pleased to note that air service from Montréal, already highly enviable, continues to improve in 2015 without counting other flights that could be added to the schedule in the next few months," said James Cherry, President and CEO of ADM.

What's new

For Europe, Air Canada and Air Canada rouge are adding Venice as a destination in their summer schedule, with two flights per week, and adding a second daily flight to Paris. The number of flights to Athens will also increase from to four from two weekly, and Barcelona will add one flight for a total of three.

Air Transat will add Budapest (Hungary) and fly to a total of 20 other cities in Europe: Athens, Basel, Barcelona, Bordeaux, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, London, Lyon, Madrid, Malaga, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris, Porto, Prague, Rome, Toulouse and Venice. Athens, Barcelona, Lisbon and London will each gain one to two weekly flights.

Lufthansa will add one flight to its service to Frankfurt, launched last year, for a total of six per week, in addition to maintaining its daily flight to Munich.

The regular Montréal-Istanbul service launched last year and operated three times per week by Turkish Airlines has been highly successful and will be continued.

Starting May 23, the new airline SkyGreece will operate a weekly flight to Athens with a 274-seat Boeing 767.

Air France, Corsair, British Airways, Swiss and KLM will maintain the same services as last summer.

For North Africa and the Middle East, Algiers (Algeria), Casablanca (Morocco), Amman (Jordan), and Doha (Qatar) will continue to be served by direct flights.

Vacationers heading to Latin America and the Caribbean will be well served with a choice of 23 non-stop destinations. Air Canada will launch a new service to Mexico City with five weekly flights. New services will also be offered by Cubana (Cienfuegos and Holguin), Sunwing (Camaguay and Freeport), and Air Transat (Samana and Fort-de-France). Regular flights between Montréal and Panama City, launched last year by Copa Airlines, will also continue.

Flights have been added to several locations in the domestic and transborder markets, including Edmonton, Moncton, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Orlando by Air Canada, and New York-JFK and New York-LaGuardia by Delta.

About Aéroports de Montréal

Aéroports de Montréal is the local airport authority that has been responsible for the management, operation and development of Montréal-Trudeau and Montréal-Mirabel international airports since 1992. The Corporation employs more than 650 people at both airports and at head office. ADM has been ISO 14001 certified since 2000 and BOMA BESt certified since 2008.

For further information on Aéroports de Montréal and its operations, please visit our website at

Contact Information

  • Christiane Beaulieu
    Vice-President, Public Affairs and Communications