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Montreal Private Jet Charter

Private Jet Charter from Toronto to Montreal

Montreal is quite an eclectic city, filled with both the modernism of North America and the traditional charm of Europe. The versatile city offers something for everyone. From a buzzing nightlife and delectable food scene to historical museums, prestigious universities and fine art galleries to tranquil outdoor spaces and unique architecture, there’s always something to see in this Canadian city. Rent or charter a Luxury Private Jet and experience the impressive architecture, local culture and great eats lurking within Quebec’s largest city.

Landing Possibilities in Montreal

If you are planning on departing from Toronto’s Lester B. Pearson International Airport (code YYZ) there are several airports in and around Montreal that can accommodate landing by a private jet including:

  • Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport (code YUL), which is situated 20 km from Downtown Montreal
  • Montreal Saint- Hubert Airport (code YHU), which is located 16 km east of Downtown Montréal

Travel Tips for Montreal

Montreal is filled with rich history, a strong arts community and a range of musical, cultural and seasonal festivals.

As North America’s number one city for international events, Montreal has hosted several notable celebrations including the Summer Olympics of 1976 and Expo 67. Montreal is also recognized for its hundreds of local festivals held each year like the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, Montreal International Jazz Festival and Mural Fest.

Montreal isn’t called the “city of a hundred steeples” for nothing. Down each cobblestone road, you can find elegant church towers, spires, or domes measuring high above the city’s skyline. One of its most stunning is the Notre-Dame Basilica. Located in Old Montreal the city’s mother church is outfitted with stained glass windows, wood carvings, a stunning ceiling, and a massive pipe organ sure to leave you spellbound.

Speaking of churches, Montreal is also home to the largest church in Canada, Saint Joseph’s Oratory. Located on Mount Royal’s Westmount Summit, the Saint Joseph sanctuary includes a majestic basilica, the original chapel, a votive chapel, and a crypt. One of its best features though is the garden of the way of the cross. The outdoor oasis offers a nice change in scenery from the commotion of city life found below.

Montreal’s Mount Royal is also where the foundational Royal Cross can be found, along with 495 acres of green space perfect for a morning bike ride or afternoon picnic.

A trip to Montreal would be incomplete if you didn’t visit its enormous botanical garden, Jardin Botanique. The 75-acre garden includes tens of thousands of species in more than 20 thematic gardens. Climate-controlled greenhouses also house cacti, banana trees and 1,500 species of orchid. Whether you stroll through its Chinese garden or hang out inside its Frédéric Back Tree Pavilion, this captivating display of plants should undoubtedly be included in your travel itinerary.

Montreal is also famous for being home to the Montreal Canadiens, the longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team in the world. Even if you can’t score tickets to a game, you can still get a behind-the-scenes tour of the official home of the Montreal Canadiens, Centre Bell.

The city’s food scene is what drives many tourists to the metropolis and keeps many Montrealers coming back. From hand-rolled bagels boiled in honey to Montreal smoked meat sandwiches topped with mustard to the winter specialty tire sur la neiges (maple taffy) and of course poutine, you’re going to want to bring some stretchy pants along for this trip.

No matter how you decide to spend your time in Montreal, Momentum Jets’ can help ensure everything is ready upon your arrival. Our travel concierges will happily take care of your accommodations, from booking ground transfers to transportation. We want to make sure your travels are seamless, so you can enjoy your time in the “City of Saints.”

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