Aéroports de Montréal
President and Chief Executive Officer
Tel: (514) 394-7201
800 Leigh-Capreol Place, Suite 1000
Dorval, QC, H4Y 0A5
TWO WORLD-CLASS AERO-INDUSTRIAL SITES
Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) and its two world-class airports, Montréal-Trudeau and Montréal-Mirabel, offer you the most favourable opportunities for locating or expanding your firm.
AT THE HEART OF MONTREAL’S AEROSPACE INDUSTRY
Greater Montréal is one of the world’s three aerospace capitals, along with Seattle and Toulouse. It is among the rare places in the world where all the main components of an aircraft are manufactured within a 20-mile (30-kilometre) radius. Nearly two-thirds of Canadian production is centred here. More than 250 enterprises are located at ADM’s two airports, generating a grand total of 60,000 direct and indirect jobs.
Montréal’s aerospace industry boasts prime contractors, equipment manufacturers, among the world’s top subcontractors and suppliers, as well as a qualified and competitive labor force and unique training centers. The presence of all these key industry players explains why the Greater Montréal region is renowned for its leading-edge expertise in the design, manufacturing, integration, overhaul, and repair of aircraft and aeronautical subsystems.
Montréal-Trudeau International Airport:
Ideal for logistics and aeronautics.
- 14 million square feet (1.3 million square metres) available for aeronautical development
- Located in Québec’s industrial and aerospace heartland
- 20 minutes from downtown and accessible via several highways
- 4,000-acre (1,620-hectare) site where more than 25,000 people already work
- Canada’s largest MRO and aircraft manufacturing centre
- A congestion-free international airport
- More than 30 carriers serving 136 destinations
Montréal-Mirabel International Airport:
- Focusing on all-cargo, aeronautics, light manufacturing, tourism, and recreational.
- 48 million square feet (4.6 million square metres) of land and buildings available for lease
- Located in the Laurentians, Québec’s top tourism region
- Easy access to all services and a quality labor force
- An industrial zone where more than 4,000 people already work
- Québec’s second-largest aerospace hub
- An aerospace training center and engine test facilities
- An international airport with 24/7 cargo and general
- Aviation operations
- A regional base for business aviation
- A unique motorsports complex