We’re evolving into something new

Montreal Saint-Hubert Airport is getting a complete makeover and will now be known as the MET – Montreal Metropolitan Airport.

Because our ambition is to offer:

An easy access for travellers

Strategically located just 15 kilometres from downtown Montreal, the MET – Montreal Metropolitan Airport plans to offer a free electric shuttle service linking the airport to the city centre.

25 destinations available as of 2025

The MET will allow passengers to fly to several new Canadian and regional destinations.

A sustainable airport on a human scale

Designed to adapt to its environment and respect nearby communities, the airport will be intended for quieter, more eco-friendly aircraft.

An airport open to innovation

As a veritable living laboratory, the airport will act as a learning centre for innovation and research. The airport area will propel aerospace development in Greater Montreal.

Greater Montreal finally gets a second airport

Like the world’s biggest cities, Greater Montreal will now boast multiple airports collaborating to enhance the experience of both travellers and citizens.

Thanks to a partnership with Porter Airlines and Macquarie Asset Management to build a new terminal, the MET – Montreal Metropolitan Airport will offer commercial flights to complement its current services.

The MET – Montreal Metropolitan Airport in detail

  • Welcoming the first passengers in 2025
  • 226,000 sq. ft. surface area / nine gates
  • Maximum capacity of 4 million travellers per year
  • Upcoming construction of a 130-room hotel

An airport concept adapted to the realities of today... and tomorrow​

  • Development aligned with the region’s communities and elected officials
  • A model with limited noise and carbon footprints
  • A place for aeronautic training and innovation
  • A developmental priority for Quebec’s regions

Better noise management

  • No high-capacity aircraft
  • No commercial night flights
  • Mufflers installed on flight school planes
  • Implementation of the WebTrack transparency and complaint submission tool

An inclusive citizen approach​

The MET – Montreal Metropolitan Airport was the topic of three public consultations in the past two years. The current project aligns with the majority of citizen wishes and aims to implement all the recommendations in the consultation report.

Thanks to the involvement of the stakeholders, the project is becoming a reality. The airport implemented a large regional forum supported by a series of work groups, featuring not only elected officials and airport authorities, but citizen and environmental groups, too. Developing the MET is everyone’s business, and the development roundtable is a powerful lever of transparency and co-creation.

Propelling aerospace innovation and green technologies

Our airports are strategic infrastructure with the potential to become multidisciplinary research centres.

We want the MET – Montreal Metropolitan Airport to be a driving force for advancing green technologies and a hub to attract key players in the aerospace industry. Our firm intention is to become an incubator for research and experimentation.

It’s an essential component of our commitment to the innovation community and ecosystem.

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