Flying out of Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is going to cost you a bit more moolah by the spring season.
The YUL-coded airport announced earlier this week that it will increasing its “airport improvement fee” to $30, reports The Gazette.
Each and every passenger flying out of PET airport will pay the increased fee, which is used to build and improve airport infrastructure.
Not that you’ll really notice the charge. PET has been charging a $25 airport improvement fee since 2010.
The $5 increase to a total of $30 (plus taxes) will take effect on April 1, 2018.
There is little chance of the increase being an April Fool’s joke.