Toronto Pearson International Airport has celebrated the re-opening of Runway 06L/24R, the airport's second-busiest runway, after an eight-month rehabilitation.
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The Greater Toronto Airports Authority has announced that six organisations have received a total of $387,000 for programmes designed to break down barriers to employment and cultivate opportunity for communities around Toronto Pearson.
For Issue 5 of International Airport Review, Molara Awosedo, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority outlines the steps taken at Toronto Pearson International Airport to ensure an inclusive employee model, highlighting how crucial the working environment is to the success of the overall airport ecosystem.
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority has announced significant changes to the aeronautical rates and the airport improvement fee at Toronto Pearson International Airport for 2023.
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority has pledged to fund $150,000 to six Black and Indigenous-led groups that are supporting communities around Toronto Pearson International Airport.
President and Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Deborah Flint, has provided stakeholders and media with an update on operational progress at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
The Government of Canada and air industry partners are continuing the fight to take significant action to increase resources and streamline processes to ease airport congestion and delays.
Toronto Pearson Airport has launched an education campaign to demonstrate how all partners can work together to improve the passenger experience and wait times at the airport.
The Government of Canada and aviation industry are working together to take further action to reduce congestion at Canada's busiest airports.
The Government of Canada has released an updated statement regarding the progress airport and airline partners have made to reduce passenger delays across Canada's airports.
The Government of Canada has been working with Canadian airports and air carriers to implement solutions to alleviate significant passenger wait times and delays.
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority has thanked Canada's federal government for its commitment to reduce delays for arriving and departing passengers at Canada's hub airports.
Toronto Pearson International Airport has urged Canadian authorities to act ahead of the upcoming summer travel season, as the airport continues to battle passenger delays and hours-long queues.
Among the 50.5 million passengers welcomed in 2019, Toronto Pearson International Airport saw approximately 1.1 million passengers with disabilities. Kurush Minocher, Director of Passenger Programmes and Marketing Communications at the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, speaks to International Airport Review about how the airport’s new approach is ensuring that all of…