Quebec Airport (YQB)

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Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport (IATA: YQB, ICAO: WMO), also called Jean Lesage International Airport, in French Aéroport International Jean-Lesage de Québec, is the main international airport serving the city of Quebec in Canada. It is located 11 kilometers west southwest of Quebec City, in Sainte-Foy.

 

 

Quebec Airport serves daily flights to the United States, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe.

From the Château Frontenac, you’ll get magnificent views of the lower old town.
From the Château Frontenac, you’ll get magnificent views of the lower old town.
La Citadelle is a fortified complex located within Quebec City.
La Citadelle is a fortified complex located within Quebec City.
Quebec City old city walls are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
Quebec City old city walls are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
The Place Royale is the central square of Quebec City old town.
The Place Royale is the central square of Quebec City old town.
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About the name: Quebec Airport was renamed in 1993 after the former Prime Minister of Quebec, Jean Lesage.
Quebec Airport is the busiest airport in Montréal region.
Quebec Airport handled 1,615,750 passengers in 2016.

 

Terminal Information

Quebec Airport is formed by a single passenger terminal serving both international and domestic flights. The airport hosts flights to the United States, Central America, the Caribbean and Europe.

 

Quebec Airport is distributed into two levels as follows:

 

  • First level: Domestic and International Arrivals and check-in area.
  • Second level: Domestic and International Departures.

 

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Contact information:

Find below several contact information about Quebec Airport:

 

Opening hours: The airport is open 24 hours.

Lost & found: +1 418 640 3300

Inquiries: +1 877 769 2700

 

Address: 
505 Rue Principale
Québec City, Québec, QZ G2G 2T9
CANADA

Phone:  +1 418 640 3300 / +1 877 769 2700

Facilities and Services

Quebec Airport offers the following services to passengers:

  • Information booth
  • Currency exchange
  • VIP lounge
  • Security screening
  • Children’s play area
  • Duty free store
  • Food, drink and retail concessions
  • Breastfeeding area
  • Family zone
  • ATMs
  • Lost & found
  • Free Wi-Fi connection
  • Baggage claim
  • Toilets
  • Luggage wrapping
  • Baby care rooms
  • Business centre
  • Restrooms
  • Coatcheck and baggage room
  • Car rental booths
  • Comfort zone
  • Observation area

 

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Transport

Need to get to downtown Québec City? Don’t worry, you have several options to transfer safe and sound to the city centre!

 

Bus: The local public transport company, Réseau du Transport de la Capitale (RTC), connects Quebec Airport with downtown Québec City by a bus line.

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Taxi: To transfer by taxi to Québec downtown from Quebec Airport, you can do so within 25 minutes.

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Car rental: In order to freely explore Québec region, at Quebec Airport you may encounter with plenty of options to rent a car. You can also book your car through our searching engine!

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About Quebec

Quebec City, in French la Ville de Québec, is the capital city of the province of Quebec in Canada. It was founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, being one of the oldest cities in North America. The remains of the ramparts surrounding the Old Quebec town aside from being the only fortified city walls that remains in North America, are a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985, as part of the Historic District of Old Québec. While your visit in Quebec City, you shouldn’t miss La Citadelle, which is part of the old city, the Château Frontenac, the Parilament of Quebec, la Place-Royale, the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrineand also the Parc du Bois-de-Coulonge. An interesting trip is to jump into the funiculaire in order to move between the upper and lower sites of the Old Town, you’ll get magnificent views! Also by taking the ferry, you’ll be able to get to Lévis riverside with also nice views of the Château Frontenac and the Lower Old Town, located in the opposite riverside.

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