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Montreal Mirabel Intl. - Montreal Intl. Airport

Transportation to Leeds Airport from the City Center

Leeds Bradford Airport is located 13 km from Leeds city center. The airport is accessible from the city center by taxi, bus, and rental car.


Taxis are a less preferred transportation alternative because buses in the city are well developed and affordable. However, if you are in a hurry and want to enjoy a quiet and convenient ride to the airport then taxis are the ideal choice. There are many taxi companies that operate in the city that you can easily call and arrange a vehicle with.


Bus line 757 provides easy and quick transportation to the airport from the city center. This bus line departs from the central bus station and many other stops throughout the city. These buses are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and operate from 5:33 am to 10:20 pm every day. During the week these buses run every 30 minutes and less frequently on Sundays.

Rental Car

Renting a car is another convenient transportation alternative to get to the airport. There are many well-known rental car companies located in the city. Rental car companies located throughout the city that you can choose from include Avis, Budget, Enterprise, and more. You can also easily book a vehicle online.

Airport Information

Leeds Bradford Airport covers a large area and offers passenger services out of one terminal building. In addition to the terminal building there is a rather large parking area outside. The airport offers free parking for the first hour. Leeds Bradford Airport offers passengers a variety of services to meet their pre-flight and post-flight needs. Passengers who want to relax and enjoy free internet access can head to the Yorkshire Premiere Lounge. The airport also contains a Multi-faith Prayer Area for travelers who want to pray in a quiet and calm environment.

The terminal, which has a designated smoking area for smokers, also includes ATMs and a Travelex currency exchange office to meet your monetary needs. Passengers who want to go shopping can head to World Duty Free, Cargo, WH Smith and Superdrug. Leeds Bradford Airport also features a variety of dining options including fast food venues and places that serve local delicacies. Passengers can get a bite to eat or something to drink at The Saltaire Bar and Eatery, Burger King, Camden Food Company, Sports Bar and Caffe Ritazza.

Last Updated: 30 Jan 2017

Transportation to Montreal City Center from Airport

Montreal Mirabel Intl. - Montreal Intl. Airport

Montréal is the second biggest city of Canada and the biggest city of the province Québec. Just like a classic European city, Montréal was founded in an area where two rivers combine, and it is also an island city. Therefore, it is an important port city. The city located on the Island of Montréal connects to the main land through bridges.

Because French is spoken in Montréal differently from many cities of Canada and it has a population of close to four million today, Montréal is also known as small Paris. The city hosts many cultural and art festivals and shows which are famous worldwide.

Architectural examples from past and today are together in the city and there are a lot of art galleries. You can go to almost any corner of the city with its quite developed and modern metro network. Metros are available with approximately 70 stations on 4 lines in total consisting of green, yellow, orange and blue lines. There are very clear information signs in all the stations regarding lines, stops and transfer points.

Because the city is covered in snow for a long time in winter, the metro network isn’t only used as a mean of transportation, but it also looks like an underground city. You can find shopping centers, restaurants, cafes, cinemas, banks and more under the ground. Some hotels have even doors opening to this underground city. There is also a bus system in connection with metros in the city.

You can switch from one mean of transportation to another easily according to where you will go. “Maximum 10 minutes” system is applied for buses between 06:00 and 21:00; this means you won’t wait for a bus for more than 10 minutes.

There is also a train network in the city and you can travel both inside the city or outside the island by these trains. One type of ticket is used in all the vehicles of public transportation. You can buy your ticket from the machines at the metro stations, main bus-stops, the airport and the Hilton Hotel in the city center.  You can buy one-way ticket, but there are also 1-day, 3-day, weekly and monthly tickets. Daily ticket costs 10 dollars. Although winter months are very cold and snowy, there is a cycling path in Montréal which is about 400 km long and people cycle at every chance. If weather conditions are convenient during your stay, you can rent a bicycle and see the whole city without the fear of safety.

You can consider renting a car according to the season in the city. Generally, you don’t need to do it due to the successful metro system. On the other hand, driving a car can be problematic in winter and roads are often ruined because of the weather conditions. The biggest ease in renting a car is the absence of the parking problem and opportunity of parking your car for free around the city.

There are two separate airports in Montréal. The first one is Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport where international flights are executed. This airport is approximately 22 km far from the city center and extremely modern. Montréal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport is the second airport, which is closer to the city center. This airport, where international flights aren’t executed, is mostly used for domestic flights and charter flights. The airport also operates as an airplane parking area. The flying school is also in this airport. Some plane companies execute their test flights here. There are eating and drinking areas and means of transportation to the center at the airport, which has 3 runways in total. The airport is only 15 minutes far from the city center.

It cannot be said that Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is close to the city center because it is located 22 km away from it. However, you can reach both the city center, neighboring cities and distant towns easily from the airport. There are many alternatives from municipality buses to limousines. Shuttles or hotel buses are among the other means of transportation you can benefit from.

Express Bus

You can go the city center from the airport by the express bus route 747 in 45-60 minutes. Last stop of the bus is the central bus-stop in the city center and Berri-UQAM metro station is right next to it. These buses are in service for 24/7. The ticket costs 10 dollars. You can use all the metro and bus routes with this ticket for 24 hours. You can buy your ticket in cash or with credit card from the machines in the international arrival terminal of the airport. The ticket can also be bought inside the bus, but you can only pay in cash in this case.


You can go to Dorval Train Station in the city center by the public bus route 204 and Roxboro-Pierrefonds Train Station by the bus numbered 209, which leave from the exit of the airport. The ticket costs 3,25 dollars. You can buy your ticket in cash or with credit card from the machines in the international arrival terminal. If you wish, you can buy a daily, 3-day or weekly card and use any kind of public transportation easily during your whole stay. Daily card costs 10 dollars.


You can reach the city center for 15-25 dollars by Aerobuses which drop the passengers at several different stops in the city center. You can find the Aerobuses at the exit of the arrival terminal. Train / Minibus If you will go to another city and need to switch to a train, you can reach Dorval Train Station by free-of-charge minibuses that leave from the airport.

Hotel Shuttle

A lot of hotels around the airport provide shuttle service for free. Apart from them, hotels in the city center can also provide this service on payment. After learning the fee from your hotel beforehand, you can make a reservation to use this service if you find it convenient.


You can reach the city center by taxi for about 40 dollars. Traveling time takes around 20 minutes. You can pay in cash or with Visa, Master Card and American Express credit cards.


If you want to make your travel special with a luxurious vehicle, you can use limousine taxis at the airport. You can reach the city center from the airport for 55-60 dollars in approximately half an hour. Limousine fees can also be paid in cash or with credit card just like taxis.

Car Rental

Due to long and extremely cold winters, renting a car is not a much-preferred transportation alternative in the city. Because the public transportation system in the city is well-working and comfortable, renting a car seems unnecessary if you aren’t thinking about going to different places outside the city or don’t have a specific condition such as traveling with your small child. Still, there are a sufficient number of car rental firms at the airport and you can rent a car according to your budget at different levels.

Airport Shuttle

4 different private companies offer shuttle service at the airport. These companies provide service for going to the neighboring areas rather than the city center. Orléans Express provides round-trip shuttle service from the airport to Trois-Rivières, Ste-Foy and Québec City. You can buy your ticket from the desk in the international arrival terminal. There are shuttles at several hours every day. Greyhound offers round-trip shuttle service from the airport to Ottawa and Gatineau. You can buy your ticket from the desk in the international arrival terminal. A few rounds are executed after 11:00 am every day. You can reach the towns on the eastern side of the city from the airport with shuttle service provided by Aéronavette. The company provides shuttle service every day of the year. Shuttles operate with door-to-door service. Autocars Skyport also offers transportation to Mont-Tremblant from the airport. The company provides services in winter, only between December and April.

Last Updated: 29 Oct 2017

Montreal Trudeau Intl. Airport

Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, which connects Montreal with the rest of the world, is located about 20 minutes from Montreal city center. From the airport to the city center, you can choose from many alternatives such as public transport, taxis and shared cars. You can take a bus that runs 24/7 to get to the center of Montreal from the airport. If you prefer a more private and comfortable vehicle, you can travel with the Montreal taxis waiting for you in front of the terminal, use the trains to get to and from many points in the city, take advantage of the hotel shuttle, or come directly to the center with Uber. Buses and trains are among the best options if you prefer a more economical vehicle. However, if you prefer to get to the center from the airport comfortably at the best price, you can choose Uber vehicles or taxi cabs.


From Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, you have easy access to the city center 7 days a week and 24 hours a day by bus 747. The length of the journey with the bus carrying the passengers directly to the center of Montreal varies from 45 to 60 minutes depending on the situation of the traffic. 1 day bus ticket costs 10 dollars. With a daily ticket you can travel more than once in the city. You can choose the 3 day and weekly tickets by learning the current ticket prices from the airport counselor or ticket sales points. Bus tickets can be purchased from the ticket sales point located at the airport and from the downtown Montreal center. You can take the bus number 204 to the Dorval station or take the bus number 209 to Roxboro-Pierrefonds.


To transfer to VIA Rail Canada trains, you can take advantage of the free shuttle service from the airport to the train station in Dorval. When you arrive at the train station, you can reach the centers such as Montreal, Toronto, Kingston and many other points between these places by trains. If you want to get information about trains call 1 888 842-7245 and ask questions about train travel to your destination.

Airport Shuttle

You can travel to the city center of Montreal and to other cities in the country with airport services that take passengers in front of the Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Using Orléans Express shuttles, you can arrive directly at the points such as Trois-Rivières, Ste-Foy and Québec City. You can take advantage of the shuttles departing every day of the week, several times a day. Greyhound shuttles take you to places like Montréal, Ottawa and Gatineau. You can learn more about the Greyhound shuttles, such as the departure times and fees, by calling 1 800 661-8747 or on the internet.

Aeroshuttle provide access to the near-by smaller settlements such as Sherbrooke, Bromont, Magog / Orford, L'Ange-Gardien and Richelieu Granby. You can get information by calling 1 855 628-3883 about these shuttles which carry passengers 24 hours, 7 days a week.

During the winter season (between December and April) Autocars Skyport shuttles take you directly in the direction of Mont-Tremblant. Call 1-800-471-1155 to ask what you want to know about Autocars Skyport shuttles.

Hotel Shuttle

Many hotels in Montreal's city center and near the airport are transporting customers from the airport to the hotel with shuttles. You can find out the shuttles by calling 514 636-5001 for Appartements Beauséjour, 514 828-5080 for Auberge de l'aéroport, 514 344-1999 for Crowne Plaza Montréal Aéroport and 514 788-5030 for Hilton Garden Inn Montréal / Dorval Aéroport. If you are staying at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Aéroport de Montréal, you can call 514 422-8080, if you are staying at the Marriott Residence Inn Aéroport de Montréal you can call 514 336-9333 and request that your hotel shuttle be at the airport exit at the time of your landing.


Uber vehicles serving in Canada and many other parts of the world are also being used extensively at Montreal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. The Uber service, which takes its passengers from the front of the airport terminal, takes you directly to the city center in a short time, with convenient and comfortable vehicles. At the airport, Uber vehicles take passengers from gate 6 and leave them at the entrance of the city center. If you need a reasonably priced car, you can prefer traveling with uberX, if you are a large group or have heavy equipment, you can choose uberXL, and choose uberSELECT if you want a more luxurious, comfortable and exclusive car. If you cannot see the Uber vehicle you called at the airport exit gate, you can communicate with the vehicle driver through the application and get information. The uberXL vehicles, which can carry up to 6 passengers, are ideal for crowded families and groups of friends. If your luggage is too big to fit in the standard cab, you can still choose uberXL vehicles.

Last Updated: 30 May 2017

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Which airports can I use for Leeds-Montreal flights?

For Leeds-Montreal flights, you can use Leeds Bradford Airport as departure airport, and Montreal Mirabel Intl. - Montreal Intl. Airport, Montreal Trudeau Intl. Airport, Montreal Saint Hubert Longueuil Airport, Dorval Airport for arrival.

How many kilometers is the flight distance from Leeds-Montreal and how long does the flight take?

The flight distance between Leeds-Montreal is 5027 kilometers in total. The flight between the two cities takes 6 hour 10 minutes.

Which day is the most convenient for Leeds-Montreal flights?

When the average prices are examined, the most suitable day for Leeds-Montreal flights is Monday.

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