Free CellParc waiting lot
To prevent congestion on the roads and to avoid driving continually around the airport, we invite you to use the FREE CellParc waiting lot. You can park there for free for two hours, and a free shuttle service runs every 15 minutes to take you to the terminal.
On your way back to take the shuttle, go to post 3 at Arrivals and take the CellParc / P-9 shuttle.
Click here to locate CellParc.
Air Transat playground
The Air Transat Playground has been set up in the International jetty for children under 7 years old. Various games and colouring books will make waiting for their flight more pleasant.
Aéroports de Montréal is pleased to offer Montréal–Trudeau users free high-speed wireless internet access everywhere in the terminal. To log on to the ADM network, YUL Wi-Fi, simply open your browser and agree to the terms and conditions of use when prompted, for up to 60 minutes of free browsing. For more time, simply start a new session.
Digital books: lire vous tranporte
Via the platform lirevoustransporte.com, airport users can download to their smartphone, tablet or e-reader the first chapter of any books available in five categories: Novel, Youth, Thriller, Essay/Bio, and Guide. Complete instructions for downloading are posted in the airport's rest areas, located mostly along the international jetty. After enjoying the preview chapter, passengers can read the rest either by borrowing the complete e-book from the BAnQ portal or by purchasing it from the leslibraires.ca site (in print or digital format). Users are also invited to share what they're reading on Facebook or Twitter, using the hashtag #lirevt.
Luggage trolleys are available free of charge to passengers in the parking lots and passenger drop-off areas, as well in the luggage-claim areas and along the international jetty.
Lost & found
Lost and found items can be claimed at the airport cloakroom.
Information (24/7): 514 633-2076 or 514 633-2077
Note: If you think you’ve left an item on a plane, please contact your airline.
The mission of the Aérogalerie art program is to help support Montréal’s artistic and cultural development. Its four components are:
- Works by various artists, in the international arrivals baggage-claim area
- Showcases in the U.S. departures area
- Illuminated columns in the public areas;
- Photos in the passenger return and international arrivals corridors;
- An integrated light installation
- by Alex Morgenthaler, in the passenger return and international arrivals corridors;
- And the permanent collection, comprising works by Molinari, Pellan, Wesselow, etc., throughout the terminal
Jacques-de-Lesseps Park, inaugurated in 2012, provides aviation enthusiasts with one of the best possible vantage points for observing the runways at Montréal–Trudeau. The park is located on ADM-owned land facing runways 24-L and 06-R, at the intersection of Halpern Avenue and Jenkins street.
A multi-faith area for prayer and reflection is available to airport users. It is located in the transborder (U.S.) departures area, near the Java U restaurant.
Automated teller machines
For your convenience, you will find a dozen automated teller machines throughout the terminal. All debit cards are accepted. Bank of Montreal ATMs also accept MasterCard, while Royal Bank machines take VISA. An ATM machine in the international area dispenses euros, while another in the transborder area dispenses U.S. currency.
You can buy stamps at the Maison de la Presse newsstands, and you will find mailboxes in the public area of the terminal.
In accordance with regulations currently in effect, the Montréal–Trudeau terminal is a non-smoking environment. Smoking, including e-cigarettes, is strictly prohibited throughout the terminal building and on the apron. There are smoking areas in front of the terminal.
For information on special arrangements available to persons with reduced mobility as well as the hearing and visually impaired, see our Accessibility section.
For information about nursing rooms and other services available to people travelling with young children and infants, see our section on Travelling with an infant or young child.