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Getting to Aéroport régional de Mont-Joli

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

In the summer of 2017, the main runway has been lengthened to 6,000 feet to accommodate Boeing 737-800 aircraft. This investment of more than $3 million will bring the runway into compliance with the latest edition of the Aerodromes Standards and Recommended Practices (TP 312). Starting in December 2017, Sunwing will offer weekly flights to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and Cancun in Mexico.

The check-in desks generally open one or two hours before the scheduled departure time. To find out exactly when the check-in counter will open, please contact your airline.

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Planning your trip

The list of permitted, non-permitted and prohibited items is available on the website of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority.

Each airline has its own baggage requirements (weight, size and number of bags). Please refer to your airline’s website when planning your trip.

Contact your airline’s service counter if you have any problems with your baggage.

If the item was lost at Mont-Joli airport, go to the terminal information desk near the main entrance. To reach the staff, call 418-775-3347.

If the item was lost on the plane, contact your airline.

Terminal operation hours are subject to change regularly, please contact the airport 418-775-3347.

Yes. The terminal has large windows with views of the runways so passengers can watch planes take off and land.

Yes. We have wheelchairs available for passengers with reduced mobility. There are also several accessible parking spaces reserved for persons with disabilities near the main entrance.

You can contact the airlines serving Aéroport régional de Mont-Joli (YYY).

Short-term parking fees: free for the 1st hour, then $2/hour (taxes included). Long-term parking fees: $6/day or $60/month (taxes included). Please refer to the Access and Parking section for more information.

Aéroport régional de Mont-Joli (YYY) welcomes about 60,000 passengers and records nearly 10,000 aircraft movements annually.

Passenger safety is a central concern for the airport and airlines. The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is responsible for screening baggage and passengers on flights between controlled airports.

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