Flight Operations to Montreal

Flight Operations to Montreal

Flight Operations to Montreal: The ATAG Global Sustainable Aviation Forum takes place in the Plaza Centre-Ville, Montreal on May 13. Here’s what you need to know about Canadian Immigration and accessing Montreal St. Hubert and Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airports.

Montreal St. Hubert Airport
  • IATA: YHU
  • ICAO: CYHU
  • Latitude/ longitude: N45-31.1/W073-25.0
  • Elevation: 90 ft.
  • Magnetic Variation: 16W
  • Fuel types: Jet / Avgas
Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
  • IATA: YUL
  • ICAO: CYUL
  • Latitude/ longitude: N45-28.1/W073-44.5
  • Elevation: 118 ft.
  • Magnetic Variation: 15W
  • Fuel types: Jet / Avgas
Operational Information 
  • Private flights do not require overflight or landing permits
  • Non-scheduled flights require both overflight and landing permits
  • There are no parking restrictions
Canadian Immigration

Non-EU passengers

  • A visa is required
  • Visitors are required to hold proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay and documents required for their next destination
  • Visitors who are not holding return/onward tickets could be refused entry

Non-EU crew

Canada has no agreement with other countries which require members of a crew to obtain visas before entering Canada as crew members. Therefore, crew members who seek entry as a crew member are visa exempt if they hold airline crew documents issued in accordance with International Civil Aviation Organization specifications and airline joining letters.

EU Passengers

  • No visa is required, a passport is sufficient
  • Visitors are required to hold proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay and documents for their next destination
  • Visitors not holding return/onward ticket could be refused entry

EU Crew

Canada has no agreement with other countries which require members of aircrew to obtain visas before entering Canada as crew members. Therefore, crew members who seek entry as a crew member are visa exempt if they hold airline flight crew documents issued in accordance with International Civil Aviation Organization specifications and airline joining letters.

ATAG Global Sustainable Aviation Forum

Bringing together aviation decision makers, stakeholders, NGOs, and governments, this ATAG (Airport Transport Action Group) event attracts high-level delegates and covers areas such as sustainable aviation fuels, new energy options, and CORSIA. For more information, visit the ATAG website here.

For support with your Flight Operations to Montreal, contact UAS Americas