ADM had earlier demanded that Uber not activate its application at the Montréal–Trudeau terminal as long as the service had not been regulated by the Government of Québec.
Under the agreement between the Québec Minister of Transport, Sustainable Mobility and Transportation Electrification and Uber Canada Inc, the company will be able to offer its services at the airport until October 2017.
“In this way, ADM wants to provide a variety of transportation services to meet growing demand from travellers, particularly for the use of new technologies,” said Charles A Gratton, vice-president, real estate and commercial services, ADM.
“Uber is present at more than 50 airports in North America and has agreements with some airlines.”
Uber drivers must use a waiting area located outside the airport perimeter. Passengers will embark at Door 6 on the departures level.