Interior navigation in Québec’s busiest airports coming to Apple Maps

Siri integration will help travellers find things nearby

Apple Maps

Apple Maps is bringing its ‘Look Inside’ feature to two of Québec’s busiest airports today.

With this update Apple Maps will have detailed interior maps for Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL) and Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB).

Now travellers will be able to ‘look inside’ airport terminals. Additionally, travellers can view boarding gates, security checkpoints, check-in desks, baggage claim carousels and more.

Travellers can also browse shops, restaurants and restrooms located within the airport or within specific terminals. Further, Siri can also help find things near you.

Finally, travellers will also be able to see their location in real time, complete with indoor positioning. On top of that, they can also easily toggle between airport floors.

Quebec airports in Apple Maps

These airports will join three other Canadian airports: Toronto Pearson, Edmonton and Vancouver International.

This is part of Apple’s ongoing effort to improve and expand Apple Maps. In addition to airports, Apple Maps offers lane guidance for major highways and Siri integration to help you find things nearby.

Additionally, Apple Maps has support for transit in metro areas around the world. If you’re travelling and need to take the subway, Apple Maps has you covered.