Montreal voted the second worst airport in Canada
MONTREAL – According to a new poll by FlightNetwork.com ranking the nation’s worst airports, Montreal’s Pierre Elliot Trudeau rated second-worst in the country.
Of those surveyed, 12.8 per cent chose Montreal’s airport as the country’s worst.
The survey measured opinions about airport improvements, pet peeves and overall service in Canada’s five highest-traffic airports.
The top five – from worst to best – were:
1. Toronto Pearson (71.3 %)
2. Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau (12.8%)
3. Vancouver International (8.3%)
4. Edmonton International (4.0%)
5. Calgary International (3.5%)
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