Question : How many days should you spend in Brussels?
Answer : The average time spent in Brussels by passengers from Montreal is 13 days.
Question : Should you be aware of any airlines that have a reputation of delayed arrivals for this route?
Answer : If you're flying Air Canada to Brussels from Montreal, you may be tardy as they're late 33% of the time. If you’re on Air Canada, be sure to sign up for the delay notifications to stay up to date with your flight’s status.
Question : How does Montreal to Brussels stack up against the rest of the world in overall promptness?
Answer : Using the combined on-time percentage and average delay breakdown, Montreal to Brussels currently has a 1 out of a possible 5 star rating. A 1-star rating means you should feel rather worried about getting to Brussels on time.
Question : Which airline has been the most dependable in getting passengers to their destination on schedule?
Answer : The current leader is Air Transat with a 91% on-time rate. Spend as little time in an airport as necessary by flying with Air Transat. If they do have a delay, it usually lasts only seven minutes.
Question : Will you do what it takes to get the absolute cheapest flight?
Answer : The lowest-cost day to fly in August is Tuesday. Having flexibility in your travel plans means you can save more, so be sure to plan ahead when possible.
Question : How many departure times from Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) to Brussels Airport (BRU) are there on a daily basis?
Answer : Each day is different, but on average, you can expect to see only one available departure time. Compared to the average route departing Canada with four flight times, you'll have fewer options.
Question : Best case scenario, how quickly can someone get from YUL to BRU?
Answer : Air Canada can get you there in six hours and 50 minutes. For example, if you were to leave Montreal at 7:55 PM EDT, you would arrive in Brussels at 8:45 AM CEST (remember, there is a six-hour time change).