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  • Toronto Pearson handles more than 115,000 passengers per day, 63 million by 2030; 1,200 aircraft every day. 41+ million passengers moved through Toronto Pearson in 2015. 180+ destinations worldwide; direct, daily flights to 67%+ of the world's economies. In 2015, Toronto Pearson accounted for more than 6% or $42B of Ontario's GDP. By 2030, Toronto Pearson's economic impact could be $63B, or 6.8% in GDP.

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    A global hub airport connects travellers and goods directly to other prominent destinations, streamlining travel, and connecting worldwide centres of trade, commerce, and industry. Today Toronto Pearson provides direct, daily connectivity to 67% of the world’s economy, enabling trade to all corners of the globe.

    This easy access to distant markets is crucial to doing business effectively and attracting investment.

    In 2017, Toronto Pearson served more than 47.1 million passengers, on 465,400 flights to more than 180 destinations worldwide. Toronto Pearson benefits from a stable and growing Canadian economy and a favourable location –with more than 150 million people, it has the largest two hour flight catchment area of any airport in North America.

    As such, Toronto Pearson is one of the fastest growing connection airports in North America, reflecting the success of the country, province and the region. Today, it is the second busiest airport North America for international passengers, second only to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.

    These connecting passengers make more destinations viable for direct service, opening up more destinations with which Canada and Canadians can trade and do business.

    Like other major hubs, including London’s Heathrow, New York’s JFK International Airport, or Hong Kong International Airport, Toronto Pearson provides a strong economic foundation, driving trade, creating direct and tangential jobs, and linking local communities to the world at large.