Kelowna International Airport has announced a future Air Terminal Building Expansion Project, to improve issues at its existing terminal building with overcapacity of passenger numbers.
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Geoff Ritchie, Senior Manager, Airport Development of Kelowna International Airport, explains how the airport’s new funding for critical infrastructure projects will ensure that passenger expectations of safety and security, significantly impacted by the pandemic, will be achieved.
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority has announced its partnership with #NotInMyCity, an anti-human trafficking initiative, with the aim to end one of the fastest-growing crimes in Canada.
The Canadian government has invested into Kelowna International Airport’s infrastructure to ensure safety, security, and connectivity for all, whilst working towards aviation’s post-COVID-19 recovery.
The Government of Canada has announced the return of international passenger flights, with the easing of border measures and strict vaccine travel requirements to be phased in by 30 November 2021.