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BluePrint Simulations is proud to present our first Canadian scenery, CYUL Montreal - Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. CYUL is the primary international airport in Quebec and the second busiest in Canada. With non-stop flights to every continent except Australia, it will surely remain a key component of the North American aviation network.
Montreal - Trudeau, formerly known as Montreal - Dorval, was recently renamed to honor the Quebec-born former Canadian Prime Minister. The name change was the culmination of the major transformation that the airport has undergone over the last decade. The international areas located west of the main terminal building now consist of two new and modern concourses (or piers) and a new customs and immigration facility. The main terminal building has also undergone major renovations which included the addition of two glass-enclosed passenger check-in halls. The new additions allow natural light to brighten the entire facility. Ongoing improvements include a new first-class hotel that will become an important architectural component of the terminal complex and it is expected to offer numerous amenities to the traveling public.
CYUL's passenger terminal consists of one central building and four piers. The Transborder pier serves all flights to and from the United States and is about five years old. The international pier is the newest and has been on operation for only two years. It was designed to serve primarily wide-body aircraft and is now ready to accommodate future A380 flights from Paris. The CDG-YUL route is slated to be the first for Air France's new flagship. This pier also serves as a hub for Air Transat's international operations. The domestic pier extends to the east of the main terminal and it is Air Canada's second largest hub. Finally, stripped if its international status and reduced to half its original size, the mid-field pier now serves as a commuter terminal.