Charter a bus to get to Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
It doesn’t matter if you’ll be arriving or departing, Montreal bus rentals are the best way get to and from the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. The booking specialists here at Bus.com will be able to help you and your party manage any size of group’s needs for making your flight on time or sticking to an itinerary.
About Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Located on the western side of the Island of Montreal, Pierre Elliott Trudeau is the third-busiest airport in Canada with a total of 18.16 million passengers and over 200,000 aircraft movements in a single year. Thankfully, it’s far from a confusing place with major terminal renovations and expansions in recent years for both national and international arrivals and departures. Even now, there are plans to expand the services and reach of the airport that lead up to the year 2030. Apart from its modernization in the past decade, there’s a lot for passengers to enjoy during their waits and layovers: Art installations which feature the work to be found in Montreal’s museums, shops, a children's playground area, and—true to form for a culinary city like Montreal—restaurants upon restaurants in a space called the Haltes gourmands (“gourmet stops”).
Why charter a bus for Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Looking to make travel either to or from Quebec’s largest airport easy for your group? A bus rental in Montreal is the way to go. Charter a vehicle which suits the size of your group and the rest is a snap: Bus.com’s transportation offerings feature the likes of wifi and TV/DVD fixtures, and can accommodate all your luggage needs for the big trip. The best part? The hassles of traffic and parking as taken care of!
Located 30 minutes (20km) from Montreal’s downtown core, Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is an expansive space with plenty of entertainments at the ready. Travellers can either keep themselves busy with its variety of shops and boutiques, and visit one of the largest duty-free stores in Canada. If relaxing is more of interest to someone passing through, spa facilities are available for anyone looking to get away from the airport’s hubbub, as well as hundreds upon hundreds of chairs with charging stations and USB ports throughout the international jetty. Hunger’s no issue either, as there’s a full gamut of restaurants and cafés to choose. Lastly, it’s just a pleasant to walk the length of the airport to kill some time with the complex’s heavy use of natural lighting with its large skylights.
Pairing a little taste of Europe with modern architecture, Montreal is not only picture-perfect, but also a great destination if you want to discover art, culture, history, and science with museums suited for all interests. With iconic neighborhoods to visit and new local attractions appearing regularly, you will never run out of things to do and see in Montreal.