The airport Montréal deserves

In the next few years, Montréal-Trudeau will see some major changes. The exceptional, sustained growth in passenger traffic will lead to structural projects that will change the face of our airport.

Our priority: gradually adapt capacity to meet the expectations of our customers and the community.

Our intention: to make our northern airport a model of modernity, with the best equipment, that is pleasant for passengers and efficient for carriers.

Montréal–Trudeau: Meeting the growth challenge
Open letter from Philippe Rainville, President and Chief Executive Officer, Aéroports de Montréal

Watch the video - CCMM - Philippe Rainville - April 30, 2018

Watch the video – Successful growth

Montréal-Trudeau in numbers

Correspondances-long2x8.pngMontréal-Trudeau today
• 148 direct destinations, 89 of them international, handled by 35 airlines;
Connections account for 20% of passenger traffic.


Croissance-long22x8.pngIncrease in passenger traffic
• Increase of 52% since the 2008–2009 financial crisis, and 38% in the past five years;
​• 19.4 million passengers in 2018, or 1.3 million more than in 2017.

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• Over the next five years, traffic should grow at an average annual rate of over 4%;
• 22 million passengers in 2022 and 35 million in 2035!












Building the airport of tomorrow Building the airport of tomorrow

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    Whether in terms of the city or aviation, we will do everything possible to respond appropriately to needs generated by the growth in passenger traffic.


Successful growth Successful growth

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    Montréal-Trudeau welcomed over 19.4 million passengers in 2018, an increase of 6.6% over the previous year. With all signs pointing to the fact that traffic will continue to grow, we need to ensure we have the human and financial capacity to deploy solutions in the short, medium and long term.


Serving you better Serving you better

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    Our passengers, employees and partners in the airport community are central to our strategies and actions. The customer experience shift initiated over one year ago is meant to provide travellers with a pleasant travel experience at Montréal-Trudeau. In the coming years; this will also mean limiting any inconvenience caused by the work under way.