Arriving in Beijing

Book your flights to Beijing with Etihad Airways and let the constant hum of culture and progress permeate your senses.

Plan your Beijing Holiday

There are so many reasons to travel to Beijing. A sports enthusiast may go to tour the facilities that were created in and around this vibrant city for the 2008 Olympic Games. A lover of ancient history can enjoy the numerous and formidable ancient buildings and learn more about their cultural and historical significance. The Imperial Palace alone is comprised of 800 different and unique buildings. Be sure to buy your tickets to Beijing vey far in advance if you plan on coming during the Spring Festival. It attracts thousands of tourists every year.

The prime season for tourist travel to Beijing is during the summer months and then again during the Spring Festival. A good time to avoid the tourist influx and still have excellent weather is September and October. Cheap hotels in Beijing are also more abundant during this time. Spring is another excellent time to come, outside of the Spring Festival of course. Flight deals to Beijing are available throughout the year and are easy to find with Etihad’s Deals section.

Flying from Montreal

Want to fly from Montreal, Quebec to any one of the hundred destinations around the globe? There is no better way to do so than with than Etihad Airways. From the time travelers make their reservations to the time they pick up the baggage, the service will be extraordinary.

Major Airports in Montreal

Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, YUL, is Montreal’s main airport. Located 20 km, or 12 miles, outside of the beautiful city’s Downtown, the grand facility was named after Canada’s 15th Prime Minister, Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

Trudeau is the busiest airport in Quebec, as well as the third busiest airport in the entire country. More than 13 million passengers travel in and out of YUL every year. A flight usually takes off from Trudeau every 2 to 3 minutes.

Getting to Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport

Thanks to the Société de transport de Montréal (STM), there are four different bus routes that can get a traveler to Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. Route 204 Cardinal runs every day of the week. Meanwhile, route 209 runs on weekdays. The other two buses, route 356 and route 378 operate in the evening.

In 2010, the Société de transport de Montréal opened up a 747 Montreal-Trudeau/Downtown route. The route is open 24-7 and carries passengers to the airport from eight different locations Downtown.

Of course, a traveler leaving Montreal can always pick up his or her phone and call a taxi, if not a limo service, to get to the airport. Flying out of Montreal can be a breeze.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Montreal to Beijing on which you will be travelling in comfort and style.