MONTREAL-TRUDEAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Montreal-Trudeau International Airport soars to new heights As it celebrates its 75th anniversary this year and enjoys record passenger traffic, Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is continuing to invest in its vision to be a sustainable, solid and state-of-the-art airport operator. By Christiane Beaulieu, Vice-President, Public Affairs and Communications, Aéroports de Montréal With this spring’s scheduled inauguration of an expanded international jetty with six new gates for wide-body aircraft and new amenities, restaurants and boutiques, Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) is continuing to lift its service offering to new heights and strengthen its role as a major transportation hub. “Our vision is to be a sustainable, solid and state-of-the-art airport operator,”
says James Cherry, President and CEO of Aéroports de Montreal (ADM), the not-forprofit authority responsible for YUL. “Among other things, this means providing first-class services to our carriers and our passengers, continuously improving fluidity by using leading-edge technologies, and ensuring we grow in an environmentally sustainable manner,” adds Cherry, past Chair of ACI World (2008–2010) and ACI North America (2014–2015).
Montreal-Trudeau has emerged as a growing global transportation hub and major European gateway for America, last year welcoming a record 15.5 million passengers. 10
ACI World Report - February 2016