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  1. LHR occupies a rectangle where its terminals are situated between two parallel runways. Essentially, it's the perfect shape for an airport. YMX's current land area does not occupy a perfect rectangle like LHR.
  2. Not exactly - it sort of depends on how this land is configured/spread out.
  3. How big is YUL? How many acres of land does YUL occupy?
  4. I happen to totally agree. YHU never seemed closer to me to downtown than YUL.
  5. https://jetlines.ca/2019/02/canada-jetlines-announces-planned-routes-out-of-montreal-saint-hubert-longueuil-airport/ Canada Jetlines Announces Planned Routes out of Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport
  6. chris

    Montreal's Future Skyline

    What is that CN building???
  7. Exactly. By the way, how easy would it be to re-appropriate land around YMX for the purpose of airport development? As mentioned, the current YMX airport property is actually quote small compared to the original plan, meaning that whatever land use plan would be very 'compact'.
  8. Yes, ATB = Air Terminal Building. Also, the 'Satellite' area in orange can be the site of a satellite terminal. Aucune idée 😂
  9. Which plan are you referring to? Both plans have 6 runways.
  10. chris

    Montreal's Future Skyline

    Can't we just get rid of the height limit already?
  11. Updated in 2014. Take a look at page 13...pretty interesting setup for commercial air traffic: https://www.admtl.com/sites/default/files/ARUP_Mirabel_Airport_Terminal_Capacity_Study.pdf 6 runways. Midfield terminal. Midfield satellite terminal. Any way, I thought I'd share. Very different from the Master Plan of the 1970s (bottom photo).
  12. Impressive International and Transborder growth!