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Fly from Toronto to Montreal
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Destination information for Montreal
Flight time1 hr 11 mins
Airports servicing Toronto
- Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
- Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)
Airports servicing Montreal
- Montréal - Pierre Elliott Trudeau (YUL)
- Mirabel International (YMX)
Average temperature for October in Montreal14.4 °C
Avg rainfall for October in Montreal102 mm
Cheap flights from Toronto to Montreal
Fancy polishing up your French? Hop on an hour’s flight from Toronto to Montreal, the largest city in Quebec.
Music festivals, indy bookshops, massive street murals and award-winning art galleries all point to a city filled with creative folk. And it’s all dressed in a handsome garb that takes in Parisian parks and Gothic houses, plus an old quarter that dates back 400 years.
Montreal fans out from the base of Mount Royal – a hilly park that comes with head-turning views.
How long is the flight from Toronto to Montreal?
Nice and short. Direct flights are around 1 hour 10 minutes long.
Which airlines operate flights from Toronto to Montreal?
You can book a flight from Toronto to Montreal with Air Transat, Air Canada, WestJet and Porter Airlines.
How frequent are flights between Toronto and Montreal?
Very. Up to 40 Toronto to Montreal flights take off a day.
Which airports serve Toronto and Montreal?
Flights start off from Toronto Pearson International Airport or Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (AKA City Centre Airport). All flights land in Montreal-Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport.
Which direct flight route between Toronto and Montreal is cheapest?
The cheapest direct flights from Toronto to Montreal usually start off from Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Montreal is a law unto itself. This furiously independent city mashes up modern neighbourhoods and ancient old quarters, mountainous parks and skyscrapers, francophones and anglophones.
Must-sees include Old Montreal and the Mount Royal lookout. Just remember to set aside time for exploring trendsetting neighbourhoods like the Plateau, where Portuguese bakeries, microbreweries and cat cafés – yup – set up shop in some of the prettiest houses in the city.
Montreallers know exactly what to do with the frozen winter months, too. Book a flight from Toronto to Montreal in February, and you can celebrate one of the biggest winter festivals on the planet.
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