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  • December 7 2018

    GTAA launches new Noise Management Forums to deliver its five-year Noise Management Action Plan

    Earlier this year, the GTAA launched its 2018–2022 Noise Management Action Plan, a five-year strategy for limiting noise from its operations. The plan contains ten commitments to the community and nine programs to deliver. The elements of the Action Plan build from international best practices and recommendations from residents on airport growth and noise fairness.

    In 2019, the GTAA is launching the Toronto Pearson Noise Management Forums, a series of briefings, tables, and working groups that will help the airport work smarter with its communities and collaborate better with industry.

  • November 6 2018

    GTAA REPORTS 2018 THIRD QUARTER RESULTS: STRONG COMMERCIAL REVENUES, EARNINGS, AND PASSENGER GROWTH

    TORONTO – The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (“GTAA”) today reported its financial and operating results for the three- and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2018. Passenger activity increased 5.4 per cent during the first nine months of 2018 as compared to the same period of 2017. This growth reflects increased aircraft load factor and flights on existing routes, larger aircraft, the economic strength of the Greater Toronto Region, and the role of Toronto Pearson International Airport as Canada’s largest airport and North America’s second busiest airport in terms of international passengers.

  • September 27 2018

    NPower Canada and Toronto Pearson International Airport Launching Peel Region Youth into Technology Careers

    TORONTO - Toronto Pearson International Airport and NPower Canada are partnering to provide 120 low-income young adults in Peel Region with free technical and professional skills training, job placement and career laddering services. The $50,000 grant from the airport will help connect students to meaningful careers and assist with addressing the issue of underemployment in the airport employment zone.

  • September 22 2018

    Toronto Pearson’s 11th Annual Runway Run raises $100,000 in support of local community programs

    TORONTO – More than 2,500 community members—participants, volunteers, sponsors and partners—gathered this morning on one of Canada’s busiest runways for Toronto Pearson’s annual Runway Run, a fun, one-of-a-kind 5K run and 2K walk raising funds for Propeller Project, Toronto Pearson’s signature community investment program. Now in its 11th year, the event raised $100,000 for local non-profit organizations working to provide employment support in neighbourhoods around the airport.

  • September 13 2018

    Canadian airports launch third annual Safety Week

    On September 17, Toronto Pearson International Airport, along with 28 other airports across Canada, will kick off Canadian Airports Safety Week, an initiative to promote healthy and safe work practices among airport employees. All airport staff, whether they work in the terminal building or on the airfield, will be encouraged to take part in themed discussions and events throughout the week.

  • August 30 2018

    Greater Toronto Airports Authority’s Final Approach, Danville Terminal – a new aviation inspired park space in Mississauga – officially open

    The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA), in partnership with the City of Mississauga, has opened “Final Approach, Danville Terminal”, an aviation-themed park space. The space was named and designed with input from the community and pays tribute to the longstanding history of aviation in the city.

  • August 14 2018

    Toronto Pearson set to break busiest day of the year record

    TORONTO – The busiest day of the year at Toronto Pearson is just around the corner, with Canada’s largest airport preparing for an estimated 166,900 passengers on Friday, August 24, 2018. This new record represents a continuation of what has already proven to be a busy first half at Toronto Pearson, which saw a passenger traffic increase of 6.0 per cent over the same period in 2017. Throughout summer, the airport has been welcoming an average of 155,000 passengers per day. Toronto Pearson expects to welcome some 10.4 million passengers between the end of the school year and labour day weekend.

  • August 9 2018

    GTAA REPORTS 2018 SECOND QUARTER RESULTS: CONTINUED STRONG PASSENGER VOLUME GROWTH AT TORONTO PEARSON

    TORONTO, CANADA – The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (“GTAA”) today reported its financial and operating results for the three- and six-month periods ended June 30, 2018. Passenger activity increased substantially at 6.0 per cent during the first half of 2018 as compared to the same period of 2017. This growth reflects increased aircraft load factor, flights on existing routes and larger aircraft, the economic strength of the Greater Toronto Region, and the role of Toronto Pearson International Airport as Canada’s largest airport and North America’s second busiest airport in terms of international passengers.

  • August 9 2018

    GTAA and NAV CANADA release findings of public consultation on noise mitigation

    TORONTO – Today, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) and NAV CANADA released the findings of their most recent public consultation in a report titled, ‘A Quieter Operations Roadmap: Six Ideas to reduce noise impacts for our neighbours’. The report reflects feedback from nearly 1,500 residents who live in communities surrounding the airport on six noise mitigation ideas including: new flight paths for overnight flights, increased use of continuous descent operations, changes to the preferential runway system, and a summer weekend runway alternation program.

  • June 26 2018

    Toronto Pearson prepares to welcome 10.4M passengers this summer

    TORONTO – Canada’s largest airport is preparing to welcome over ten million passengers between Canada Day and Labour Day, an increase of more than 30% compared to the same period five years ago. The summer rush is predicted to bring with it an average of 155,000 passengers per day, climbing even further skyward on high-volume days. Toronto Pearson and its partners—air carriers, Canadian customs, CATSA and more—have taken steps to prepare for this massive influx of passengers and offer tips to help make travel easier.

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