Sustainability

Consultation on sustainability topics: we want to hear from you!

As part of its sustainable development approach, ADM Aéroports de Montréal would like to survey the entire airport community on the importance of sustainability topics related to its activities. Your answers will contribute to discussions surrounding the review of ADM’s Sustainable Development Plan. The survey will take less than 10 minutes of your time and […]
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Intercom

Removal of COVID-19 border and travel measures

As of October 1, 2022, the Government of Canada will remove all COVID-19 border and travel measures. Moreover, travellers will no longer have to submit their public health information through the ArriveCAN mobile application. Travellers can continue to use the optional Advance CBSA Declaration feature with the same application, to accelerate their passage through border […]
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Safety Week 2022

FOD: one of the biggest threats to aviation safety

Did you know that FOD are one of the biggest threats to aviation safety? The damage resulting from FOD in the aviation industry is estimated at $4 billion each year!     What is a FOD?    Foreign Object Debris (commonly referred to as FOD) includes, but is not limited to, paper, cardboard, plastic, small animals, plant […]
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Safety Week 2022

Taking care of yourself to better take care of others!   

The human factor remains at the heart of the challenges in aviation safety. We can’t stress this enough: taking care of ourselves is essential!   Our perception and reflexes can be greatly affected by our environment and/or our physical, sensory or mental state. Make sure you adopt healthy lifestyle habits to remain fit to do your […]
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Safety Week 2022

Driving airside? Be safe!  

In recent months, we have been navigating through rapid post-pandemic recovery. Passenger numbers will continue to grow in the coming months and new colleagues will join our large and diverse airport community. Now, more than ever, we must be vigilant and sensitive to health and safety issues that may arise in the workplace.   Maintaining airside […]
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Safety Week 2022

Be proactive in reporting hazards: it’s a worthy act!

You are the “eyes and ears” on the ground! If you identify a risk or witness a hazard, incident or accident, report it immediately to your superior.    Your reports allow corrective measures to be taken to improve the level of safety of operations and to protect the entire airport community and our passengers.    What should […]
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Safety Week 2022

Have you ever heard of a SMS (no, not the phone kind …)?

National Airport Safety Week has just begun and each day we will be bringing you a story on a different theme. We care about the health and safety of the entire airport community, and that’s why we feel it’s important to make you aware of the importance of ensuring consistent aviation safety – for you, […]
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Honour Roll

Community employee rescues a passenger

We would like to highlight the heroic act of Sid Mejjati Alami, who came to the aid of a passenger who fell ill at the Pork and Pickle restaurant earlier this month.  While preparing food for his customers, Sid rushed to the dining room to give the passenger CPR. Sid’s quick action in rescuing the […]
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Customer Experience

Vote for your colleagues in the YUL community!

Today, the Skytrax survey is launched to recognize the airport with the best airport staff in North America and we need your help!   With your vote, we stand a good chance to top this category, just like in 2020.    This survey is a unique opportunity to show the world that we are a welcoming airport […]
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Road Access

Plan your travels: roadwork on highway 13 from August 19 to 21, 2022

From August 19 to 21, 2022, the Ministry of Transportation will undertake roadwork, which will cause some closures on Highway 13. To adequately plan your travels to and from the airport, please consult Québec 511.