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Le développement éventuel d'une deuxième aérogare, qui serait localisée du côté nord de la piste 10-28 et entre les pistes 06D-24G et 06G-24D, a été évoqué publiquement par Philippe Rainville, nouveau PDG d'Aéroports de Montréal. Il serait intéressant d'approfondir la discussion sur ce projet, qui est tout à fait majeur pour YUL. *

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Si on prevoit construire un deuxième terminal a YUL on pourrait le relier au terminal principal avec le REM qui passerai sous les pistes. Un peu comme la navette qui relies les 2 terminal Le 4 et le 4S a Barajas Madrid.

 

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Des vieux posts dans un autre fil:

 

James Cherry in an interview with Patrice Roy (Radio-Canada) was illustrating his legacy as chairman of ADM. When discussing Mirabel and the absolute mess that happened during those years, he illustrated that there is room for a mid-field terminal complex between the two runways. This segment is quite short, but gives an insight into the airport's future development. I would not be surprised to see a major expansion plan in the next 10 years at the airport...

 

It even makes sense with the decision of CDPQ to run the REM line under the tracks to the terminal, as it would run under the proposed location of the mid-field terminal (it has been stated before that it would be easy to add a station to the REM).*

 

Food for thought :)

 

En prenant compte du dernier tracer du REM ainsi que les propos récents de James Cherry, on peut supposer que l'emplacement envisager du prochain terminal est prévu à l'emplacement actuel du terrain de déglaçage, ce qui positionnera parfaitement la deuxième station du REM. Cela sera idéal afin de créer un lien efficace et direct entre les deux terminaux. D'ailleurs, vu le temps de réalisation nécessaire, il doit y avoir déjà des plans préliminaires du futur terminal. Si tout va bien et que le nombre de passagers augmente avec une croissance annuelle moyenne de 5%, on peut en espérer l'annonce entre 2020-2025.

 

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C'est bien beau qu'il y ait de la place entre les deux pistes, mais ils vont devoir repenser la circulation au sol de A à Z. Aussi, ils devront déplacer des choses, tel que le centre de dégivrage justement. Où vont-ils les déplacer? Sur le terrain à l'ouest, ou il y avait le golf? Méchante expansion ça!

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It would require a total reconfiguration of the airport grounds. *Terminals in between runways is always the most efficient and allows for repeated expansion of midfield concourses. *Would there be an airport entrance to this terminal from Cote Vertu? * This is going to be very interesting to watch over the next few years.*

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They could get access from Cote-Vertu. If so, i hope that the MTQ would build 2 direct exit from the hwy 13 to Cote-Vertu West.

It would require a total reconfiguration of the airport grounds. *Terminals in between runways is always the most efficient and allows for repeated expansion of midfield concourses. *Would there be an airport entrance to this terminal from Cote Vertu? * This is going to be very interesting to watch over the next few years.*

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Couldn't they just build a satellite terminal there, and not provide roadside access? Everyone would check in at the main terminal and then transfer there through a tunnel or a rail shuttle

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Couldn't they just build a satellite terminal there, and not provide roadside access? Everyone would check in at the main terminal and then transfer there through a tunnel or a rail shuttle
*Agreed, more or less. A second terminal with its own separate road access would be like the Dorval/Mirabel era, only this time 'Mirabel' would be closer. I think the Zurich model could work, with dedicated transit between terminals for those already checked in. So I'm not sure how a REM scenario would work to separate landslide and airside passengers.

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Couldn't they just build a satellite terminal there, and not provide roadside access? Everyone would check in at the main terminal and then transfer there through a tunnel or a rail shuttle

 

 

 

Then it wouldn't be a terminal but a new midfield concourse. *The existing terminal facilities: ticketing, customs hall, baggage claim isn't going to be big enough to handle a new concourse of say, 20-25 gates…. and the neither would the existing ramp even after its planned expansion. **

 

There are countless examples of airports with more than one terminal with separate everything. LHR T4 for example. *Or even ORD, JFK, etc…. *

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