Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) is a not-for-profit corporation without share capital and is responsible for the management, operation, and development of Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (formerly Montréal–Dorval International Airport) under the terms of a 60-year lease signed with Transport Canada in 1992. Aéroports de Montréal's mission is threefold:
- Provide quality airport services that are safe, secure, efficient and consistent with the specific needs of the community.
- Foster economic development in the Greater Montréal Area, especially through the development of facilities for which it is responsible.
- Coexist in harmony with the surrounding environment, particularly in matters of environmental protection.
Aéroports de Montréal is committed to succeeding in each of its sectors — airport, aeronautical, real estate and commercial services — and to developing its airport complexes to their full potential. From this perspective, Montréal–Trudeau acts as a hub for domestic, transborder and international passenger traffic.
Runway type :
- Asphalt - 11000 feet - Lighted
- Asphalt - 9600 feet - Lighted
- Asphalt - 7000 feet - Lighted
Available services at the aerodrome :
- Phone : In terminal
- Food : In terminal
- Taxi : In terminal
- Medical services : In terminal
- Hostel : < 5NM
- Car rental : In terminal
- RCO : Québec 123.55
- ATIS : 127.5 (FR) / 133.7 (ENG)
- SOL : 121.0
- TOUR : 119.3 / 119.9 / 124.3
- Departures : Montréal tml 118.9 / 126.9 / 132.85
- Departures : Montréal tml 120.42 / 124.65
- CSLT VFR : Montréal tml 134.15