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On 2019-03-29 at 2:08 PM, Dallas said:

What is the reason for this?  It's bad business....alot of domestic travellers would utilize restaurants in the international section.  

It's not bad business. Quite the contrary. You need a sterile international zone fort Transit without visa.

The lifting of the visa requirement will stimulate connecting traffic through YUL.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/visit-canada/transit/without-visa/eligibility.html

Notice, at the moment, YUL is not on the list of eligible airports.

 

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travel through one of these Canadian airports:

Calgary International Airport

Winnipeg International Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport, Terminal 1 only

if you are flying through Terminal 3, or need to change terminals between flights, you are not eligible for the Transit Without Visa Program or

Vancouver International Airport

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il y a 30 minutes, thenoflyzone a dit :

It's not bad business. Quite the contrary. You need a sterile international zone fort Transit without visa.

The lifting of the visa requirement will stimulate connecting traffic through YUL.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/visit-canada/transit/without-visa/eligibility.html

Notice, at the moment, YUL is not on the list of eligible airports.

 

Ça change rien au fait que beaucoup de vols int'l sont opérés à partir de portes domestiques. Qu'est-ce qui va arriver dans ce cas?

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il y a une heure, thenoflyzone a dit :

It's not bad business. Quite the contrary. You need a sterile international zone fort Transit without visa.

The lifting of the visa requirement will stimulate connecting traffic through YUL.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/visit-canada/transit/without-visa/eligibility.html

Notice, at the moment, YUL is not on the list of eligible airports.

 

Yep but i doubt that it woiuld really boost that much the connecting traffic. This transit without visa applies only for 4 asian countries. Phillipine, Thailande, Taiwan and Indonesia,

It's good for Vancouver , for Montreal not really.

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5 hours ago, GoToTrudeau said:

Ça change rien au fait que beaucoup de vols int'l sont opérés à partir de portes domestiques. Qu'est-ce qui va arriver dans ce cas?

J’ose croire que ça ne sera plus le cas après ce changement  ?!

 

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Sujet: Avis aux passagers – nouvel aménagement de la zone réglementée à YUL

À compter du 3 avril 2019, la zone située juste après le point de fouille domestique/international à YUL sera réaménagée en deux espaces distincts :

• La zone internationale (vols internationaux seulement);
• La zone mixte des départs (vols domestiques et certains vols internationaux).

Seuls les passagers ayant un vol assigné dans la zone internationale pourront accéder à cette zone. Un nouveau point de contrôle des cartes d’embarquement sera installé juste avant la boutique hors-taxe. Spécifions qu’une fois que les voyageurs auront traversé ce nouveau point de contrôle vers la zone internationale, il ne sera malheureusement plus possible pour eux de revenir en arrière.

Cette division de l’espace, qui a déjà existé dans le passé, permettra d’accroître l’efficacité des parcours de correspondances vers l’international et par conséquent, de maintenir et d’élargir la desserte aérienne de YUL, notamment vers des marchés en forte croissance.

Aéroports de Montréal s’assurera de maintenir la fluidité du trafic dans cette zone, en plus de veiller à la sûreté et la sécurité des installations, de façon à offrir des services aéroportuaires de qualité aux passagers.

 

https://www.admtl.com/fr/node/17076

 

Il est fort possible que AC834 soit un de ces vols qui restera dans la zone domestique.

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On 2019-03-31 at 9:00 AM, thenoflyzone said:

It's not bad business. Quite the contrary. You need a sterile international zone fort Transit without visa.

The lifting of the visa requirement will stimulate connecting traffic through YUL.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/visit-canada/transit/without-visa/eligibility.html

Notice, at the moment, YUL is not on the list of eligible airports.

 

Not sure to understand how this works...

If I understand correctly, someone travelling flying NCE-LIM (connecting in YUL) will still need to clear customs before taking the flight to LIM.

So what are the scenarios were the connection would be quicker and more efficient after separating Domestic/International?

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1 hour ago, LaRonde said:

Not sure to understand how this works...

If I understand correctly, someone travelling flying NCE-LIM (connecting in YUL) will still need to clear customs before taking the flight to LIM.

So what are the scenarios were the connection would be quicker and more efficient after separating Domestic/International?

The goal is to (eventually - when regulations change) allow sixth freedom travelers (i.e. those coming from one foreign country transiting through YUL but with a destination in another foreign country) not to have to clear customs.

  • EX: someone flying JFK (USA) - YUL (CAN) - LHR (UK)
  • That person would have no reason to clear customs in YUL since they are not setting foot on Canadian soil, and therefore their connection would be faster if they could just stay in a pure "international" terminal.

For this to be possible, though, there needs to be separate from a domestic terminal in cases of travelers coming from a foreign country, and transiting YUL on the way to another Canadian airport:

  • EX: someone flying JFK (USA) - YUL (CAN) - YYZ (CAN)
  • That person would need to clear customs on arrival in Montreal since the flight to YYZ will be a domestic flight - and therefore arriving passangers would not clear customs in YYZ.

 

 

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LH will be operating YUL-FRA for AC in the month of May, with an A333. This is on top of LH's own seasonal YUL-FRA, operated by CityLine A343, which resumes May 10.

Along with the YUL-MUC A359 service, this means from May 10 til May 31, there will be 3 LH flights into YUL every day.
 

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Update sur la stérilisation de la jetée internationale.

Ils ont installé un mur en vitre de 6 pieds autour de la barrière 51, avec une entrée contrôlé juste en face du duty free. Donc la barrière 51 peut être utilisée pour des vols international si nécessaire.

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