Montréal - Trudeau Airport
Canada's third-busiest airport, Montreal-Trudeau (officially Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport) transports nearly 14 million passengers a year. The 20 km (12-mile) journey east into downtown takes 30-45 minutes by road, depending on traffic.
Montreal-Trudeau Airport has a range of shops to cover travellers' needs, plus a number of boutiques to pick up gifts, both before and after security. Buy magazines and books at Relay or Maison de la Presse, CDs and DVDs at Virgin, and maple syrup products at Les Délices de l'Érable.
You can purchase duty-free alcohol and tobacco, fragrance, skincare and cosmetics, confectionery, sunglasses and watches after security in the International area. If you're flying to the US, you need to buy duty-free goods in the Transborder area before proceeding through US customs.
Free wireless high-speed internet access is installed throughout the airport. There are also internet stations if you don't have a computer with you.
East & Drink
The public area of the terminal has the best range of cafés, bars and restaurants, including sit-down meals at Casey's, barbecue chicken at St-Hubert Express and coffee and doughnuts at Tim Hortons. Beyond security, domestic travellers can have a last bite of Montreal smoked meat at Moe's Deli or pause at a number of café chains. The International Jetty has two Boulevard outlets serving light meals and/or drinks. Le Bar Sportif serves food and drinks in the Transborder Jetty, where there's also a Burger King and café chains.