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CityCodeAirport Name
Bagotville YBG       Bagotville Airport
Baie Comeau YBC Baie-Comeau Airport
Chibougamau YMT Chibougamau Chapais Airport
Gaspe YGP Airport of Gaspe
Iles De La Madeleine YGR Iles De La Madeleine Airport
Mont Joli YYY Mont-Joli Airport
Montreal YMQ All Montreal Airports
Montreal YMX Mirabel Int'l Airport
Montreal YUL Pierre Elliot Trudeau Int'l(Dorval Airport)
Quebec City YQB Jean Lesage Int'l Airport
Roberval YRJ Roberval Airport
Rouyn-Noranda YUY Rouyn-Noranda Airport
Sept Iles YZV Sept-Iles Airport
Val d Or YVO Val-d'Or Regional

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Bathurst NB ZBF       Bathurst Airport
Boston MA BOS Logan International
Burlington VT BTV Burlington Int'l
Fredericton NB YFC Greater Fredericton
Goose Bay NF YYR Goose Bay Airport
Iqaluit NU YFB (Frobisher Bay)
Manchester NH MHT Manchester Boston Reg'l
Massena NY MSS Richards Field
Moncton NB YQM Greater Moncton Int'l
New York NYNYCNew York City Airports
North Bay ON YYB Jack Garland Airport
Ogdensburg NYOGSOgdensburg Int'l
Ottawa ON YOW Ottawa International
Plattsburgh NY PLB Clinton County
Plattsburgh NY PBG Plattsburgh Int'l
Presque Isle ME PQI Northern Maine Reg'l
St Leonard NB YSL St Leonard Airport
Sudbury ON YSB Greater Sudbury
Timmins ON YTS Timmins Municipal
Toronto ON YTO All Toronto Airports
Wabush NL YWK Wabush Municipal


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There are many airports in Quebec, Canada. However, not all Quebec airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Quebec airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Quebec is a Canadian province, in Eastern Canada, surrounded by the province of Ontario, the James Bay and the Hudson Bay to the west, by the Ungava Bay to the north, by the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the provinces of New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador to the east, and by the eastern United States to the south. It is nearly three times the size of France.

More than 90 percent of Quebec's area lies within the Canadian Shield and includes the greater part of the Labrador Peninsula. North of Montreal are the Laurentians, a mountain range, and to the east are the Appalachian Mountains which extend into the Eastern Townships and Gaspésie regions. The Gaspe Peninsula juts into the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the east.

Quebec is the second most populated province, and most of its inhabitants live close to the banks of the Saint Lawrence River; the north portion of the province is subarctic to arctic and sparsely populated.

The official language of Quebec is French; it is the sole Canadian province whose population is mainly French Canadian, and where English is not an official language.

While the province's formidable natural resources have long been the mainstay of its economy, Quebec has renewed itself to become a key player in the knowledge economy: information and communication technologies, aerospace, biotechnology and health industries. It has also developed close relations with the northeastern states of the United States. (airports)


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