Montreal Airport Buses
The L’Aerobus shuttle is found 20 kilometers from Montreal’s downtown area and operates between there and the airport every half an hour and stops at the central bus terminal in Montreal, Berri Terminal.
The 747 Express Bus systems officially started in March of 2010 and operated by the STM, a public transit organization in Montreal. This was set up to provide transportation for the increasing requirement for transportation that is not expensive and that runs between Montreal Airport and the downtown area of Montreal. You can get information from the Airport about where you can go to get a bus. There are three routes offered by the public bus system of STM:
- 2004Cardinal which is operated every day for the week and heads west to the Terminus Fairview Pointe-Claire
- 209 Source which runs from Monday to Friday and heads also west to the Pierrefonds Train Station
- 356 Sainte-An-de-Belleview – runs in the night.
These routes begin at the Dorval bus terminal as well as the train station and this is close to the VIA Dorval station. There are shuttle buses that run between the Dorval station and the Airport.
747 Express Aeroport Bus operates all through the day every day and stops 9 times in each of the directions it travels. Included in these stops is the Lionel-Grouloux metro station, Berri-UQAM metro station, Central Station. This route operates every 10 to 12 minutes from 8:30 in the morning to 8 at night; every 30 minutes from 5:30 in the morning to 8:30 (also in the morning); every one hour starting at 2:00 am until 5:00 am. There is a straight link being offered without any transferring between Montreal downtown and the Airport. There are three daily shuttle service departures offered by the Orleans Express to Trois-Rivieres, Quebec and Ste-Foy. You can get tickets at the drop-off passenger area on the level housing international arrivals.
You may contact the Mont-Tremblant shuttle by calling their telephone number: 514-631-1155 or 1-800-471-1155. The cost of riding in the 747 is $8. This may sound like a lot but is a deal when compared to the cost of riding a cab. In addition, the cost includes limitless access to the transit system for 24 hours. However, if you have any of these fare packages on an OPUS card, you are able to ride the 747 without having to pay extra – one-day and three-day pass that does not require OPUS card and is suggested for tourists as well as weekly and monthly pass and the TRAM monthly pass.