Montreal International Airport (IATA code YUL) is officially named Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and is positioned 20 km from the center of Montreal, on the Island of Montreal. The airport serves Greater Montreal, as well as northern Vermont and New York and is the busiest airport in the Quebec province. Montreal International Airport handles more than 13 million passengers and is a main gateway to Canada, equipped with a US Border preclearance control system. It is a hub of Air Canada and many charter airlines. The airport is served by four regular bus routes, plus a special Express Bus route. There is one terminal and are three concourses, a domestic one, an international one and one for US flights and several lounges for the passengers. The airport offers services to more than 120 destinations around the world. Among the onsite facilities at the Montreal International Airport are the facilities for the disabled passengers, a new hotel, many ATM machines, free wireless Internet, restaurants, bars and cafes, plus duty-free shopping zone, car parking area and a prayer room. 

Latitude 45
Longitude 73
Full name Montreal
Alternative names Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Address 975 Roméo-Vachon Boulevard North, Dorval, Québec, H4Y 1H1, Canada
Phone (514) 394 7377
Owner Transport Canada