After implementing a wide range of COVID-19 health and safety measures, Toronto Pearson Airport has been awarded the ACI accreditation.
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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.
The GTAA has been involved in many technology projects that have significantly changed the future of airport operations and passenger experience. It is now time for other airports to implement the suggested strategies.
Fifteen therapy dogs are set to join the team as part of an initiative to improve passenger experience through Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Hexagon selected by Greater Toronto Airports Authority to implement fully integrated incident management system at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
A focus on the passenger and cultivating mutually beneficial relationships with concessionaires has seen non-aeronautical revenue grow to 30 per cent of total revenue at Toronto Pearson. For International Airport Review, Mike Ross, Director of Commercial Development at Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) explains that continued innovation in this space…
A global architecture and design firm with a large back catalogue of airport builds has been chosen by the authorities at Canada's second biggest airport to design a regional transit centre and passenger processing facility.
In an interview with International Airport Review, Howard Eng, President and CEO of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA), explains that Toronto Pearson is exploring innovative solutions to growth challenges as it closes in on becoming Canada’s first mega hub airport.
Easing road congestion in Southern Ontario to help facilitate the movement of people and goods to, from and around Toronto Pearson is a high priority for the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA).
Occasional blasts of severe winter weather are a fact of life at Toronto Pearson International Airport. For Craig Bradbrook, Vice President of Aviation Services, the key to minimising their impact is ensuring that everyone shares a belief in the value of collaboration.
11 September 2006 | By Deane Johanis, Manager – Emergency Planning, Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA)
Toronto Pearson International Airport has been undergoing a metamorphosis over the past ten years, changing from a publicly funded and operated facility, to a privately funded and operated, state-of-the-art complex. Deane Johanis assesses the development of an emergency management program at an airport being built around an existing airport –…