Montréal-Trudeau airport is getting ready for a busy summer travel season and will also be adding some new flights to its roster.
The airport announced today the following five new summer flight destinations:
“Travellers from Montréal and Québec City will have access to a record number of international destinations this summer,” said Philippe Rainville, President and CEO of Aéroports de Montréal, in a release.
“Montréal-Trudeau is, more than ever, a gateway for discovering the world! In addition, the inaugural flight to Tokyo in June will be a third direct link with Asia, a continent that was not served until just recently. We are continuing to move steadily forward, with sustained growth and a constant focus on providing our passengers and partners with a vibrant, pleasant and safe airport environment.”
Montréal-Trudeau will also be welcoming its a 34th carrier, its 22nd international airline: low-cost carrier Level-France.
It will offer a flight from Montréal to Paris Orly from July 2 to November 3, three times per week.