In the current month, Cheap Flights going from Vancouver to Montreal are priced as follows:-
One way:- CAD 659/passenger on average | CAD 475/passenger on lowest
Round Ticket:- CAD 1200/passenger on average | CAD 949/passenger on lowest
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|Origin Airport||Vancouver Intl.|
|Destination Airport||Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl.|
|Airlines Serving||Air Canada, Air Transat, Flair Airlines, WestJet|
|Flight Price||CA $116|
If you’re able to take the direct flight (which is offered by Air Canada), you will be able to leave YVR at 9:35 AM PST and get to YUL at 5:08 PM EST (four hours and 33 minutes). Remember, there is a three hours time change.
Both Vancouver and Montreal operate using the Canadian Dollar, also abbreviated as CAD. But, if you are coming to Montreal through the U.S, you can use the Currency converter below to convert USD to CAD.
Due to the constant changing status of COVID, check out the IATA Travel Centre Page to find Covid specific Regulations.
Located on Canada's west coast, Vancouver is, without a doubt, one of the most vibrant cities in the country to visit. Set between mountains, sprawling parks, the ocean, this bustling city boasts lively arts, culture and foodie scenes. Tourists flock to Vancouver for a taste of its nightlife and its natural wonders.
The city of Vancouver is located in the Province of British Columbia in the Western part of Canada. Flying into this seaport city from other cities in Canada, you won't need a passport. However, the airline crew will require that you show government-issued picture identification before you board the plane.
Vancouver has a maritime climate. The winters are relatively mild with little snow. Given its location on the Pacific Coast, it's no surprise that Vancouver gets a lot of rain. Travellers taking trips to Vancouver in the winter months should pack a rain jacket – or two. The summer months are glorious with lots and lots of sunshine. Average temperatures are in the low 20s Celsius (70s Fahrenheit). Early Fall weather can be beautiful too.
To ensure you get the lowest price possible for a flight to Vancouver, you should look to book at least 60 days in advance of your intended travel date. The cost of your flight may increase if you delay and leave booking until a week or so before departure.
Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is located on Sea Island, approximately 12 kilometres from downtown Vancouver. Following flights to Vancouver, a number of transportation options await to take visitors where they want to go. The Canada Line rapid rail carries passengers to downtown Vancouver in 30 minutes. Looking for a more convenient ride after your New York to Vancouver flight? A taxi ride from the airport to downtown Vancouver costs around CA$42 and takes approximately 30 minutes. Alternatively, visitors can book a hotel shuttle at Arrivals (Level 2 of the International Terminal).
Stanley Park is Vancouver's main green space. It boasts forests, trails, playgrounds, pools, beaches, as well as the Vancouver Aquarium. Whether you're a first-timer or a frequent traveller to Vancouver, the neighbourhoods of this diverse city are a must-see. Best explored by foot, don't miss Chinatown, Punjabi Market and the historic Gastown district. Discover more things to do in Vancouver.
Some of the popular Vancouver attractions include the waterfront area of Canada Place and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Consider yourself an adrenaline seeker? Take in the natural beauty of the west coast from the 70m-high Capilano Suspension Bridge Ski-and-snowboard destination Grouse Mountain is also worth a visit, even if it's just to enjoy the panoramic views from the Skyride gondola.
Outdoor activities such as skiing, ice skating, hiking, and sailing are just a few things that you can do during your visit to Vancouver. You can also shop for antiques, jewelry or vintage clothing on Granville Island (just across from the downtown area), in Gastown or on Main Street or Robson Street in the heart of the city. You might also want to tour some of Vancouver's most popular landmarks such as Capilano Suspension Bridge, Science World, Van Dusen Botanical Garden, and Vancouver Aquarium.
Vancouver is home to Canadian fashion brands, many of whom have flagship stores on Robson Street in the city centre. A short stroll away is Pacific Centre Mall, which is a great place to shop for international and local labels. In the mood to spoil yourself? Alberni Street is a luxury shopping destination with boutiques and stores from designer labels such as Gucci, Tiffany & Co., and more.
As a wonderful cultural melting pot, visitors to Vancouver are spoilt for culinary choice. The city boasts a lively Asian dining scene and a growing number of farm-to-table establishments. Here are Vancouver's top restaurants.
Montreal, c’est si bon! This French-speaking city is considered the cultural capital of Canada, and is a cosmopolitan celebration of Québécois style. A horse-drawn carriage ride around the cobblestone streets and grand buildings of Vieux-Montréal will give you a taste of European flavour. The Basilique Notre-Dame is a confection of stained glass, and the Plateau Mont-Royal district will delight you with its quaint boutiques and cafés. Dig in to a massive plate of poutine to fuel up for a tour of the epic Olympic Park.
Canada provides visa-free entry (for up to 6 months) to citizens from 51 countries, including all member states of the European Union, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. If you don’t come from one of the visa-free countries, you will need a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV) to enter Canada.
Requirements for citizens outside of North America vary greatly. Please see this page for entrance requirements to enter Canada
Type: humid continental climate
Montreal is classified as a humid continental climate. Although never long enough, summers are usually warm and humid with an average temperature of 26 to 27 °C (79 to 81 °F) in July.
Generally, for the cheapest flights you should aim to book your tickets between three weeks and four months before your date of departure
Montréal–Trudeau International Airport (IATA: YUL, ICAO: CYUL) (French: Aéroport International Montréal-Trudeau) or Montréal–Trudeau, formerly known and still commonly referred to as Montréal–Dorval International Airport (Aéroport international Montréal-Dorval), is an international airport in Dorval, Quebec, Canada. It is the only Transport Canada designated international airport serving Montreal and is situated 20 km (12 mi) from Downtown Montreal. The airport terminals are located entirely in the suburb of Dorval, while one runway is located in the Montreal borough of Saint-Laurent. Air Canada, the country's flag carrier, also has its corporate headquarters complex on the Saint-Laurent side of the airport. It also serves Greater Montreal and adjacent regions in Quebec and eastern Ontario, as well as the states of Vermont and northern New York in the United States. The airport is named in honour of Pierre Elliott Trudeau, the 15th Prime Minister of Canada and father of current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. To know more details check out the airport webpage.
There are so many things to see and do in Montreal that it would be very hard to list them all here. Here are the top 5, that you MUST check out!
Wander through Old Montreal (Vieux-Montréal): It is the tourist central in Montreal. Of the many things to do here, the highlights are visiting the Notre-Dame Basilica, strolling down Rue Saint-Paul, wandering around Bonsecours Market, and enjoying the open-air gathering space of Place Jacques-Cartier. For a little urban adventure, on the waterfront is the huge Ferris wheel (La Grand roue de Montréal) and the Tyrolienne MTL zipline.
Explore the Old Port (Vieux-Port): As you wander around Old Montreal, you'll most likely end up in the lively area by the Saint Lawrence River known as the Old Port (Vieux-Port). Here, you'll find plenty of things to do, from riding the giant Ferris wheel or climbing the famous clock tower, right through to screaming down a zipline that descends from dizzying heights across open stretches of water.
Jardin Botanique (Botanical Garden): High above the city in the grounds that hosted the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, Parc Maisonneuve (Pie IX Metro) is the site of Montreal's wonderfully imaginative botanical garden. The diverse plants are grown in 30 themed gardens and 10 exhibition greenhouses, so a wide range of climates are represented. Outdoor gardens include the beautiful Japanese and Chinese gardens, as well as those devoted to alpine, aquatic, medicinal, shade, useful, and even toxic plants.
Notre-Dame Basilica: Highlights are the magnificent carved pulpit by sculptor Louis-Philippe Hébert (1850-1917), the 7,000-pipe organ by the Casavant Frères firm, and the stained-glass windows portraying scenes from the founding of Montreal. The admission charge to the basilica includes a 20-minute tour, or you can take a one-hour tour that gives more historical information and access to private areas, including the second balcony and crypt.
Parc Jean Drapeau: A remnant of the 1967 world fair, the Biosphere is now a museum dedicated to ecological issues. The building is designed in the shape of a sphere and is the largest such structure in the world. Other tourist attractions on the islands include the rides and games of La Ronde Amusement Park, the historic 1820 British arsenal at the Stewart Museum, Bassin Olympique (where the Olympic rowing events were held), and race course Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Annex Vintage: Annex Vintage is an chic and enjoyable boutique in the heart of the Mile End. A sister store to Citizen Vintage and Empire Exchange, this flagship boutique provides a lovely mix between its siblings by supporting both the vintage clothing movement and the local designer movement. Look through their collections for the Montreal brand Stay Home Club, in addition to quirky tote bags, scents, accessories, sunglasses and jewelry.
Jeans Jeans Jeans: If you’re on the hunt for a great pair of jeans, then this is where you need to dive in. An industrial spot in the heart of the Mile End, this denim mecca offers racks of jeans at every style, fit, wash and price just waiting to be worn down to death. The variety is more than substantial here, and know that people always refer each other back to this place when looking to invest in a new pair of the essential. Best of all, if your find doesn’t fit perfectly, there are alteration services that go along with your purchase.
L'Intervalle: For the shoe fetishist at heart, this local concept brings you brand-inspired pieces from Spain at off-the-street prices. Step out in style with all the great findings you’ll discover in one of L’Intervalle’s locations in and around the Island. Strappy sandals this season? No problem. Espadrilles? You got it! There’s little you can’t find with this address that specializes in redefining fast fashion.
Antonietta: Two-year-old Papineau Street Italian eatery Antonietta excels at all manner of pasta and pizza — its takes usually being traditional enough to satisfy the most discerning of nonnas, but creative enough to dazzle the new guard. Its menu changes often, but local veggies, plenty of parmesan and pecorino, and flavour-rich guanciale (cured pork cheek) make frequent appearances.
Hoogan & Beaufort: Tucked over in the still-developing Technopole Angus, Hoogan & Beaufort brings a distinctly earthy feel to its offering. Under chef-owner Marc-Andre Jetté’s watch, mushrooms (chanterelles and beyond), beets, turnips, and more all make appearances, often helping to showcase catches from the province’s seas and lakes.
Le Petit Alep Bistro: Garlicky dips and succulent kebabs are the staples at the little sibling to longtime Villeray Syrian-Armenian restaurant Alep. Prepare yourself for flavour bombs from the rich, tangy shanklish salad, pomegranate molasses-infused muhammara, and za’atar-seasoned swordfish.
Pricing - Travel Agents vs Booking Engines: Travel experts around the globe recommend booking your tickets through a travel agency to get the best rates. If you buy tickets directly from the airlines, you might end up spending more than you planned. Due to the latest trends in big data, these companies are capturing all sorts of information about you through Cookies. This could be your age group, economic standing, interest in finding flights, Facebook groups, and so much more.
Baggage: Travel light, especially if you are going to a destination that includes nearby shopping stops. You might want to save some space for the items you can bring home—especially if you don't want to spend money on excess baggage fees. One reason you can find cheap flights through airlines is due to them only providing one bag. You will learn about this at the baggage section, and then it will be too late to make any changes.
Weather: Travellers should know about their destination temperature to know what exactly to pack.
If the destination appears very cold during the winter, pack some jackets. On the other hand, if you are going to a place that experiences tropical and humid weather, you should bring suitable clothes for hot weather conditions.
Approximately 3680 km
Flight Price CA $ 116
Airlines have varying rules on allowing passengers to carry their own food on the flight. Please check with the specific airline for further clarity on the same
The average flight time between Vancouver Intl. Airport (YVR) (YVR) and Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl. Airport (YUL) (YUL) is 4 hours and 44 minutes.
Tickets from Vancouver Intl. Airport (YVR) to YUL are available up to 12 months before departure on Globalduniya.ca. And although you may pick up a fantastic last-minute deal, it’s never a sure thing. Also, booking your flights in advance means you’ll have more choices — and you can avoid getting caught in the dreaded middle seat! We regularly update our fares to bring you the best bargains, so check back often for all the latest specials.
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