0208 417 1366
Mon–Sun: 8am–8pm

ATOL Protection badge: number 5534 British Travel Awards Nominee

Great deals for Montreal

Journey type

Cabin Class

Add hotel?

Montreal

Bonsecours Market at night in Montreal, Canada

Business Class Flights to Montreal

  • Business class flights from £1,790
  • First class flights from £2,499

Business class flights to Montreal make a fantastic start to any luxury holiday. The team of travel specialists at Just Fly Business love to create and maintain long lasting relationships with you or your company.

Talk to one of our personal travel consultants who can help with fantastic accommodation recommendations, car hire, rail tickets, transfers, and parking. Whether you are travelling on business or for leisure, your personal travel consultant makes business flights to Montreal hassle-free.

With our superior service, we can find you the best value business and first class flights to Montreal available.

Things to see in Montreal

Cobblestone Street in Vieux Montreal in Montreal, Canada
Old Montreal – Vieux Montreal

The old centre of the city, complete with cobblestones on Rue St Paul, Vieux Montreal retains its old world charm. With horse drawn carriages passing street performers, it is the perfect introduction into French Canadian culture.

Along with famous landmarks such as the Basilique Notre-Dame, Hotel de Ville, and Marche Bonsecours, the winding streets are teeming with cafes and boutique stores to enjoy on a summer afternoon stroll.

Mount Royal Park – Parc du Mont-Royal

At 761 feet, Parc du Mont-Royal is the city’s largest peak and provides spectacular views of the skyline and the St Lawrence River below. Criss-crossed with walking paths, some of which can be quite steep, the park also contains spectacular architecture and sculptures.

Directly adjacent to Mont-Royal, St Joseph’s Oratory stands proudly with its copper dome stretching into the sky. Dedicated to the patron saint of Canada, the interior is decorated with intricate carved murals lit by thousands of votive candles.

Things to Do in Montreal

Notre-Dame Basilica Interior in Montreal, Canada
Notre-Dame Basilica

Designed in 1824, the Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal is a stunning example of Gothic Revival architecture in Old Montreal. Accommodating 4,000 worshippers, this grand church is decorated with intricate statues in a colourful interior, while quiet chapels allow moments of respite.

Insider’s Tip: The church offers tours of this fantastic basilica for a small charge that are well worth the time and expense!

St Lawrence River

Along the St Lawrence River lie a number of structures and attractions that were built for the 1967 World Fair Expo.

Dominating the shoreline on the city side is Habitat 67, a unique block of apartments set at irregular heights creating the impression of building blocks. This revolutionary design consisting of 146 units made from 354 identical blocks is widely considered an architectural landmark of both the city and the country.

Across the river from Habitat 67 is Ile Sainte Helene, an island where the north side is dedicated to La Ronde, an amusement park unique for its close location to the city centre. On the south side of the island is the Montreal Biosphere, another structure built for the World Fair. Now a museum dedicated to the protection and conservation of the environment, this attraction provides an excellent insight into the country’s stance on climate change.

Watch a game of Ice Hockey

The city’s ice hockey team, The Canadiens, host games at the Bell Centre during the regular season of October to April. If you are lucky enough to be in the city while the local team is in the Stanley Cup playoffs (April to June) then a match is a must do on any Montreal itinerary. The atmosphere is truly electric!

Montreal’s Business Venues

Main Entrance of the InterContinental in Montreal, Canada
Ritz Carlton

An enviable location in Old Montreal, exemplary service and facilities, and 14 dedicated meeting spaces catering for all sizes, The Ritz-Carlton is the perfect option for your next business function.

InterContinental Montreal

19 meeting spaces backed by this international brand’s service and facilities, the InterContinental Montreal ticks all the boxes for businesses big and small.

Montreal’s Nearby Cities

Montreal offers visitors many sights on its own, but can also be used as a launching pad for a Canadian or New England holiday. The cities of Ottawa, Quebec City, and Toronto are all easily accessible by rail, road, and air, as well as the ski resort of Mont-Tremblant.

Niagara Falls in upstate New York is a highlight of self-drive holidays to Montreal, as well as the opportunity to visit New England during Autumn for the Fall colours in Vermont. Montreal would also provide a unique experience at the end of a American holiday taking in the cities of New York, Washington D.C., or Boston.

Montreal Fast Facts

  • Currency = Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • Time Zone = GMT – 4 hours (UK is 4 hours behind Montreal)
  • Fly From = All Major UK Airports
  • Hottest Months = June, July, and August



  • Business Class Deals

    CityPriceDetails
    Abu Dhabifrom £1049More
    Aucklandfrom £1749More
    Australiafrom £1,748More
    Barbadosfrom £999More
    Beijingfrom £1399More
    Cancunfrom £1499More
    Cape Townfrom £1749More
    Dubaifrom £1099More
    Hong Kongfrom £1349More
    Jamaicafrom £1048More
    Las Vegasfrom £1599More
    Los Angelesfrom £1799More
    Maldivesfrom £1430More
    Mauritiusfrom £1749More
    Melbournefrom £1989More
    Miamifrom £1749More
    New Yorkfrom £999More
    New Zealandfrom £1749More
    Orlandofrom £1236More
    San Franciscofrom £1749More
    Sydneyfrom £1784More
    Tampafrom £1540More

    Other destinations: Canada

    CityPriceDetails
    Quebecfrom £2105More
    Calgaryfrom £1349More
    Edmontonfrom £1499More
    Montrealfrom £1790More
    Ottawafrom £2089More
    Torontofrom £1499More
    Vancouverfrom £1695More
    Winnipegfrom £1895More