Mont-Tremblant, March 4, 2024  Tourism Mont-Tremblant and Keolis Canada are pleased to announce a partnership to introduce a new shuttle service under the Skyport brand between Montréal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Mont-Tremblant.

Like other world-class resort destinations, this new premium transportation service meets a growing demand from several emerging markets, particularly Latin America, for fast, hassle-free travel to Mont-Tremblant in the comfort of a coach. It will also be available to residents of the Laurentians wanting to travel to the airport. This initiative helps to meet the destination’s sustainable development objectives by reducing the number of vehicles on the road.

« For customers outside Québec, the link between the airport and our region was an important issue we had wanted to resolve for several years. We are convinced that this new service will meet the demands of our international partners while also enhancing our sustainable development efforts. »

  • Daniel Blier, General Manager, Tourism Mont-Tremblant

« From our very first discussions with the Tourism Mont-Tremblant team, we were made aware of the importance of this collaboration for the region’s economic development. We are honoured to be able to take part in the project, which will improve accessibility to a magnificent region for all visitors from Canada and around the world. »

  • Francis Julien, Vice-President, Business Development, Keolis North America

« We are delighted to have contributed to the establishment of a direct shuttle service from Montréal International Airport to our resort. The service will facilitate access to our destination and boost clientele from developing markets such as Mexico, Brazil, the U.K. and France. »

  • Cristina Romero, General Manager, Tremblant Resort Association

The new ground link strengthens Mont-Tremblant’s position as Québec’s third largest tourist destination and contributes to the sustainability of its region. Keolis Canada’s public transit service will facilitate multi-night stays in Mont-Tremblant and will offer two return trips per day, from Thursday to Sunday, at a cost of $95 (one-way) and $161 (return) + tax per adult and $66 (one-way) and $117 (return) + tax per child. The first passengers can now purchase their tickets on the Orléans Express reservation platform or by telephone for departures between March 14 and April 14. Departures are from Terminal #5 at Montréal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Mont Tremblant Resort. The service will resume on November 15, 2024, for the entire 2024-25 winter season.

Full schedule and service details, as well as ticket reservations, are available now at

This partnership was made possible by the expertise of Keolis Canada and the financial participation of Tremblant Resort, the Tremblant Resort Association, Tourism Laurentians, Corporation de développement économique de la MRC des Laurentides, Fly Laurentians and Economic Development Canada.

About Tourism Mont-Tremblant

Bringing together all the region’s tourism partners, Tourism Mont-Tremblant is the organization responsible for developing the tourism product, promoting it, and welcoming visitors.

With over three million visitors annually, Mont-Tremblant is the third largest tourist destination in Quebec. Its members, distributed across the Tremblant Resort, downtown, village, Domaine Saint-Bernard and Parc national du Mont-Tremblant hubs, generate more than $325 million in annual tourism revenues.

About Keolis Canada

Keolis Canada provides mobility services to millions of Canadians every year. Customized to suit the needs of its customers and passengers, the company operates urban, intercity and airport networks, transports students and delivers parcels, all while meeting the different special needs of each. With 1,000 transportation professionals and a fleet of city buses, motor coaches and streetcars, Keolis Canada helps more than 12 million people reach their destinations safely and enjoyably every year.