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Can anyone help me in organizing my trip to Montreal please? I'm deciding whether to travel by plane or train from Toronto to my interview and wondered if anyone can give me advice. There seem to be so many airports in Montreal, which one is the right one to choose?

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Can anyone help me in organizing my trip to Montreal please? I'm deciding whether to travel by plane or train from Toronto to my interview and wondered if anyone can give me advice. There seem to be so many airports in Montreal, which one is the right one to choose?

The Montreal airport is called Pierre-Elliot Trudeau airport and it's in Dorval. If you need the airport code, it's YUL.

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Dorval Airport in Montreal, then get a taxi or bus to your hotel.

I wouldn't bother with taking a train.

This is not a K-3 topic. It would probably help if you posted in the correct place...


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The Montreal airport is called Pierre-Elliot Trudeau airport and it's in Dorval. If you need the airport code, it's YUL.

Thank you so much for your help Saylin. That has helped me a lot. good luck to you.

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Dorval Airport in Montreal, then get a taxi or bus to your hotel.

I wouldn't bother with taking a train.

This is not a K-3 topic. It would probably help if you posted in the correct place...

thank you very much. You can see I'm new to this and it was my first communication. But thank you for taking the time to help.

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The train or the plane is a matter of choice. The train takes you right into the city, within a block or two of the Consulate, so you avoid any additional commuting. If you click on the link in my signature you will also find useful links about hotels in Montreal, etc.

Moving from the K-3 forum to the Canada Regional forum.


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city bus: http://www.admtl.com/Passengers/AccessAndParking/STMBuses.aspx

SHuttle: http://www.transitfly.com/yul

I did the shuttle back in 2004 frm Airport to downtown area! Was excellent! You take the bus from airport to train station---Then u get in a smaller bus that takes you to the hotel (thats included in price) And its just the reverse on the way back! Too easy!

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city bus: http://www.admtl.com/Passengers/AccessAndParking/STMBuses.aspx

SHuttle: http://www.transitfly.com/yul

I did the shuttle back in 2004 frm Airport to downtown area! Was excellent! You take the bus from airport to train station---Then u get in a smaller bus that takes you to the hotel (thats included in price) And its just the reverse on the way back! Too easy!

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That is awesome info. thank you so much

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The train or the plane is a matter of choice. The train takes you right into the city, within a block or two of the Consulate, so you avoid any additional commuting. If you click on the link in my signature you will also find useful links about hotels in Montreal, etc.

Moving from the K-3 forum to the Canada Regional forum.

Your link is so very useful and helpful. I thank you for that information.

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