Swissport Canada employees responsible for refuelling aircraft have been on strike since December 31. The contingency plan deployed by Swissport Canada is still operational and managers are continuing to refuel aircraft at YUL and YMX.More
The first commercial flight of an Airbus A220 aircraft took off from Montréal’s YUL airport yesterday morning. The first passengers travelling on this Air Canada-operated aircraft were welcomed with many surprises to mark this important event.More
Winters in Québec are well known for their varied precipitation.
As a northern airport, YUL Montreal International Airport has state-of-the-art equipment and a team of seasoned experts dedicated to dealing with poor weather conditions during Québec winters.More
A mural evocative of the city’s vibrant alleyways through its striking patterns and colours can now be admired by passengers in the transborder zone of YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.More
For the very first time, YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport has welcomed a record 20 million passengers in a single year. To mark the occasion, December 20 is a day of festivities for all travellers, featuring a full program of activities to celebrate this important milestone.More
YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport is expected to welcome an average of 55,000 travellers per day during the holiday period. YUL is ending the year on a strong note, with a total of 152 direct destinations leaving from Montréal and a record 20 million passengers. The year 2020 promises to be just as exceptional with the launch of new routes such as Bogota, Copenhagen, Nashville and Seattle.More
ADM Aéroports de Montréal is forming a new partnership with Le Groupe Axess, a Drummondville-based company that specializes in the manufacture of carpets made entirely of recycled materials. The company, which recovers aircraft tires for the manufacture of quality carpets with a 10-year guarantee, will offer a unique flooring solution for the new P4 parking lot at YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.More
ADM Aéroports de Montréal is completing the construction of its brand new centre dedicated to connections which will start welcoming its first passengers on December 11. Representing an investment of $50 million, fully funded by ADM, this new infrastructure is essential for the development of YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport’s air service and reaffirms its status as a hub for international air traffic.More
Concerned about the impact of airport activities on neighbouring communities, ADM launched the WebTrak application last May to provide residents with information about aircraft flying over Greater Montréal. Now, ADM has produced an “Understanding WebTrak” information video to make the app easier to use.More
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