The Government of Canada has revealed it will be making important safety investments into local and regional airports in Manitoba, Canada.
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Monette Pasher, President of the Canadian Airports Council has issued a statement welcoming the removal of all remaining COVID-19 pandemic measures for air travel across Canada.
As Canada works towards recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Canada will invest funding in Prince George Airport to maintain the safety and security of the country’s transportation sector.
The Government of Canada and aviation industry are working together to take further action to reduce congestion at Canada's busiest airports.
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.
Canada's Minister for Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, has officially launched the second ‘Safer Skies Forum’, which is dedicated to mitigating the risks of airspace over or near conflict zones.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is the next Canadian airport to receive funding, to help ensure the airport’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain safety, security, and connectivity.
Toronto Pearson International Airport is to receive funding from the Government of Canada to help with COVID-19 pandemic recovery and to maintain safety, security, and connectivity for all.
Saint John’s International Airport is to receive new funding of more than $22.5 million to support the airport’s post-COVID-19 pandemic recovery and important infrastructure projects.
The Government of Canada has announced that three airports in Quebec will receive over $3.4 million funding for safety-related upgrades, projects, and equipment investments.
The Government of Canada has announced future investments into Saint John Airport, to ensure and upkeep the safety of all passengers, employees, and air services at the airport.
A recent open letter from Chief Medical Officers of Health from Air Canada, Toronto Pearson Airport, and WestJet have urged the Canadian government to remove passenger arrival tests at airports.
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.
Deloitte Canada will be the first corporate customer to join Air Canda’s new LEAVE LESS Travel Programme, which is leading the way for sustainable business travel.
With all passengers arriving in Canada now being required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, IATA has labelled the government mandate as 'draconian'.