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After a nice stay in Quebec, the vacation comes to an end.
I took a taxi back to the airport as there are only two options: either a coach or taxi. YUL has no access via train or subway, unfortunately.
The check in was done by a not that friendly agent that tells me that I have access to the Air France lounge since my ticket was in business and codeshare AF. I am almost sure that by that time the AF lounge will be closed as their first departure is not before 6 hours.
The security was performed in no time, here the FIDS:
My gate is in the Canada zone but the AF lounge is at the strict opposite of it. Let's have a look anyway.
Quiet airport at that time:
Back to the Canada zone then:
Nice food court:
Dash 8-300 and CRJ 200:
MAX-8 AC and WestJet 737-700 behind the 320:
Two Dash to Toronto and Quebec City:
Toronto leaves first:
This one goes to Ottawa:
And the smallest exemple, a series -100:
The flight FIDS:
Boarding starts with passengers needing assistance, then families with babies and then the passengers "plus". As I have an AF/KL ticket in business, I am also considered as "plus" passenger.
In the jetty:
Fusalage … shoot but no :)
Friendly welcome at the door in french and english and here is the cabin. The seats are the same as on board KLM CityHopper's E-175:
The first 3 rows are "Plus":
The seat pitch isn't great:
A little recline:
The safety card:
The BOB but unavailable on this short flight:
On time push back:
And take off:
Good bye Quebec:
Service starts quickly, all soft, beers and wine are complementary. Only liquors have to be paid for:
A cereal bar is also given:
The ingredients are just … amazing: ok there is cocoa but there are also, beets, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach and … shiitake mushrooms…. lol
Not bad but I wouldn't say good. It is quite chewy and tastes like nothing I was used to.
The seat is rock hard, in fact I already hate it with KLM, so no exception here.
Back to my seat:
Almost there but this isn't Pearson:
A bit foggy today making the pictures hard to take:
Toronto in distance:
MD11 UPS ans some WestJet birds:
Love that plane!
A twin taking off:
Hey baby :)
And at our stand:
Always great to have a walk on the tarmac:
Well arrived :)
I hate that seat, that is one of the most uncomfortable that I have experienced.
The "plus" product has no difference vs the coach standard product on that kind of flight apart boarding first and being seated in the first three rows.
Sad to see that a major airport like YUL struggles to get a correct transportation via subway. The project is on the boxes since years and nothing moves
YYZ is a great and nice airport.
As usual, thanks for reading!