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New commercial zones opening at Montréal-Trudeau Airport

New commercial zones including restaurants and boutiques have and are set to open at Montréal-Trudeau Airport.

The areas have opened in the public and international areas of the terminal building at the Canadian airport in Quebec.

Retail stores opening include Tristan, Cirque du Soleil, Découvrir Montréal, The Source and Relay.

Shopping options have also been enhanced for travellers  in the international jetty, with the new Montréal Duty Free boutique, selling a range of brands and products.

New restaurants opening in the coming weeks will be Archibald, a microbrew pub, Café Vasco da Gama, Vino Volo, a new wine and tapas bar; Les Délices de l’Érable, a ‘bistro-boutique’ and the Jugo Juice and Sushi Shop.

Montréal–Trudeau Airport now boasts a selection of more than 90 stores and restaurants for passengers travelling from it.

In addition to the commercial enhancements, newly installed media walls in the public area and along the international jetty will make access to information for passengers easier.

Interactive displays will also be introduced soon at various locations in the terminal, providing passengers with flight schedules, wait times at the security screening checkpoints, walking times to the gates, a map of the terminal and other useful information.

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