Why opt to fly from New York to Montreal?
A large number of direct flights depart every day from airports across New York, such as John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport, to Montreal's Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Operated by airlines including Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Air Canada and WestJet, the flight takes approximately 1h 30m. By contrast, driving from New York to Montreal takes over 5h 30m, while traveling by train or bus takes almost 10 hours. With easy access to airports in both New York and Montreal thanks to a range of transport options including taxis, shuttle buses and public transport, flying is the fastest way to travel from city to city.
What is there to do and see in Montreal?
When visiting Montreal, one of the most popular ways to begin a trip is by climbing Mont Royal. As well as being a beautiful natural area in itself, the views from the top of Mont Royal over Montreal are simply breathtaking. Then, it's time to explore some of the Canadian city's most popular attractions. As well as the bustling cobblestone streets of Old Montreal (including the ever-popular St. Paul Street), there's also the Montreal Science Center, La Fontaine Park, and the Pointe-à-Callière Museum.