In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, President and CEO of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Deborah Flint, writes of the multifaceted changes that Toronto Pearson Airport has made as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and explains how many of these will remain crucial to the…
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A total of 1,000 COVID Safety Alert devices have been given to frontline Toronto Pearson employees to help to reinforce physical distancing.
Todd Ernst, Director of Aviation Infrastructure, Energy and Environment at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, highlights the changes that the operator has made to proactively reduce energy consumption and emissions rather than waiting to comply with international agreements.
GTAA's research will explore the efficacy of antigen testing, compared with the rapid PCR test, in an airport environment.
The Simplified Arrival process is currently set to be introduced at eight Preclearance locations across Canada, beginning with Toronto Pearson Airport.
After implementing a wide range of COVID-19 health and safety measures, Toronto Pearson Airport has been awarded the ACI accreditation.
As part of its efforts to restore passenger confidence in the aviation industry, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority has implemented its Healthy Airport programme at Toronto Pearson Airport to limit the spread of COVID-19 and keep the safety of passengers as its top priority.
ACI-NA has given GTAA the award in the Environmental Management Category for its sustainability strategy at Toronto Pearson Airport.
The workforce changes reflect the significant decrease in global air traffic, with passenger numbers at Toronto Pearson currently at approximately 1996 levels.
The five-point Healthy Airport programme highlights GTAA's commitment to protecting the health of Toronto Pearson Airport's passengers.
Dr. Atsushi Iwata, VP of NEC’s Safer City Solutions Division, explains how biometric services can play a key role in creating a better end-user experience for air passengers.
Toronto, Sydney, Munich and Hong Kong airports have all signed the declaration to join the fight against illegal wildlife trafficking.
Intelligent Approach, the air traffic control system that dynamically separates arrivals by time instead of distance, is in the first phase of being deployed at Schiphol to help improve tactical capacity and operational resilience.