Cheap flights to Montreal

Best Anytime fares to Montreal

Cheap round-trip flights to Montreal

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Montreal Fri, 21 Aug - Wed, 2 Sep airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £470
Birmingham Montreal Thu, 27 Aug - Wed, 9 Sep airline logo Air France £430
Manchester Montreal Mon, 24 Aug - Mon, 14 Sep airline logo Air Canada £501
Geneva Montreal Mon, 20 Jul - Mon, 3 Aug airline logo United Airlines £836
Zurich Montreal Sun, 2 Aug - Tue, 11 Aug airline logo American Airlines £801
Edinburgh Montreal Mon, 17 Aug - Thu, 27 Aug airline logo United Airlines £541
Paris Montreal Tue, 25 Aug - Mon, 21 Sep airline logo British Airways £361
Newark Montreal Mon, 17 Aug - Tue, 1 Sep airline logo United Airlines £268
Newcastle Upon Tyne Montreal Tue, 25 Aug - Sun, 6 Sep airline logo British Airways £537
Dublin Montreal Fri, 28 Aug - Sun, 6 Sep airline logo Air Canada £364
Glasgow Montreal Wed, 15 Jul - Tue, 21 Jul airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £615
Helsinki Montreal Wed, 12 Aug - Thu, 27 Aug airline logo British Airways £710
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Best weekend fares to Montreal

Best weekend fares to Montreal

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Montreal Thu, 9 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul airline logo Air Transat £549
Birmingham Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Manchester Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Geneva Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Zurich Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Edinburgh Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Paris Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Newark Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Newcastle Upon Tyne Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Dublin Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Glasgow Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
Helsinki Montreal Mon, 6 Jul - Mon, 13 Jul Multiple Airlines Check rates
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Montreal is a city rich with culture and artistic expression. As Canada's second-largest city, this destination provides plenty of opportunities for travellers who want to practice their French or explore beautiful Roman Catholic basilicas. Anyone searching for flights to Montreal should stop by ebookers to find the newest sales on airfare and accommodations.

Touching Down in Montreal

The Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is the primary hub for both domestic and international passenger travel. It is located about twelve miles outside of the downtown area at 975 Boulevard Roméo Vachon Nord Dorval, QC H4Y 1H1, Canada—on a land that was purchased from the Dorval Race Track. The airport connects to the rest of city through public bus services, with day passes—the only form of payment—costing about $9. Private taxis also pick up travellers. You can hire a ride to the downtown area for a fixed rate of $40. Calling 514-394-7377 will provide you with more information on taxis departing from the airport.

Exploring the City

Montreal is a fun place to visit throughout the year. In the summer, temperatures rarely climb above thirty degrees Celsius, making it an ideal time to break out your favourite T-shirts and shorts. If you are travelling during the winter, pack plenty of layers and a heavy coat to deal with the average temperatures that hover near minus ten degrees Celsius. Many visitors go to Montreal to see the architecture of St. Patrick's Basilica. Other popular attractions include the Montreal Fireworks Festival, authentic French cuisine served by the top restaurants, and the natural beauty of Mount Royal.

Take a Break in Montreal

You don't have to travel to Paris to enjoy a baguette and a conversation in French. Visiting the city can be an affordable way to learn about a new culture, and ebookers can help you find bargain flights to Montreal quickly and easily.

Things to do in Montreal

Dubbed the “Poor Man’s Paris,” Montreal is more than just a French-speaking city for the wayfarer on a budget. It’s an effortless blend of cultures where nearly everyone is bilingual, with a love of life—work to live, not live to work—and a near-constant thirst for a good glass of wine. French food markets pepper the landscape—boulangeries sell fresh-baked baguettes and pain au chocolat, fromageries showcase creamy Quebec-made cheeses, and butchers offer pates and sausages. It’s no surprise that a community that’s normally two glasses in by 9 p.m. has quite the active arts scene—it’s the birthplace of Cirque du Soleil, the new face of indie music, and home to some impressive architecture. Don’t leave town before strolling the Notre-Dame Basilica—perhaps most well known for housing the near-royal nuptials of beloved Canadian Celine Dion.

Montreal When to Go

Go in summer, when the Montreal Botanical Garden is in full bloom and you can smell the pleasant English lavender and touch the velvety glory bush at the Courtyard of the Senses. This is also the time of year when bins overflow with blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries at the food markets. Temps linger in the mid-70s from June to August.

The city is known for its laundry list of summer events and festivals, starting with the Montreal Grand Prix in mid-June. When the weather warms up in Quebec, locals like to be entertained. The Montreal International Jazz Festival comes to town in late June and early July, followed by the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, the premiere comedy event in North America, in mid-July. This is followed by the Montreal World Film Festival in mid- to late August.

While spring can still be a bit nippy, September and early October are glorious times of year to visit Montreal. Average temperatures are in the mid-60s and 70s. You won’t get a reduced rate on your hotel room, but you will get to see the maples at the city’s largest green space, Parc du Mont-Royal, in their full fall-foliage regalia. Long-distance runners sprint through the city at the Montreal Marathon in late September.

Hotel rates are significantly reduced in winter, but you will pay in other ways. Montreal can be blustery cold come December—think 20 degrees and below. This could be the reason half the city’s in Jamaica come February. There is an underground network of walkways (the largest in the world), but eventually you have to go outside and face the music. The good news is, Montrealers love their hockey—head to the Bell Centre to catch the Montreal Canadians play.

Airports in Montreal QC, CA

map of airports in Montreal
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    Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport (YUL)

    Distance from City Center: 9.3 miles