Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s largest and busiest airport, and the second busiest North American international airport. Managed by Greater Toronto Airports Authority, Toronto Pearson serves over 44 million passengers a year, provides a hub for 456,000 flights annually to more than 180 destinations and connects to 67% of the world’s economy. Toronto Pearson International Airport is poised to become one of the world's next top tier international airports, providing air connectivity to as much as 80 per cent of the world's economies.
Billy Bishop Airport
Billy Bishop Airport is Canada's ninth-busiest airport and welcomed 2.7 million business and leisure travellers in 2016. The airport is also Canada’s sixth-busiest airport with passenger service into the United States. Offering service to more than 20 cities in Canada and the U.S., with connection opportunities to more than 80 international destinations via our airlines’ networks, Billy Bishop Airport is an important international gateway and a key driver to Toronto’s economy, accounting for more than $2.1 billion in economic output each year and supporting 6,500 jobs, including 1,960 directly associated with the airport operations. The airport also serves as an important base for medevac air ambulance, a flight school and personal aviation which accounts for almost 50% of its non-commercial movements.
Hamilton John C. Munro International Airport
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport is the largest express cargo airport in Canada and one of the fastest growing passenger airports in the country hosting a variety of airlines which offers Canadians the low cost travel options. In the winter season, Hamilton International also offers flights to Sun destinations.
Kingston/Norman Rogers Airport
Kingston Airport serves the businesses, institutions and residents of South Eastern Ontario. With a catchment population of nearly 200,000 the airport provides our communities with scheduled air services, aircraft maintenance, business aviation support services and flight training. We have embarked on a significant expansion program to provide the right facilities in support of our market demands.
Lake Simcoe Regional Airport
The Lake Simcoe Regional Airport is one of the newest and best positioned regional airport facilities in Canada located only 55 minutes north of Toronto Pearson International Airport. Situated in Simcoe County, one of the fastest growing regions in Ontario; the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport serves a direct population base over 480,000 residents with a diverse and progressive business community. The airport offers users a convenient location with its direct highway access and close proximity to the Greater Toronto Region as well as pristine Central Ontario Cottage Country. With its modern airport facilities and strategic location in Central Ontario ideal to access local and international markets, the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport has over 200 acres of commercial development lands, runway expansion capabilities and no urban encroachment.
London International Airport
London International Airport (LIA) is operated by The Greater London International Airport Authority. The not-for-profit Airport Authority has full operational and financial control of the Airport under the Federal Government's National Airports Policy. The LIA is a twenty-four hour a day operation with a modern terminal building, long runways, and capacity for growth.
Operating as the ‘easy and comfortable’ airport, LIA services over half a million passengers annually with scheduled service from Air Canada, WestJet and WestJet Encore. Sunwing, Air Transat and Celebrity Cruises also provide seasonal flights to southern destinations in Florida and the Caribbean. The Airport is home to Diamond Aircraft, a thriving educational sector with programs and facilities for both Western University and Fanshawe College, and close to 50 additional aviation businesses. LIA is a significant contributor to the economy of Southern Ontario employing over 1000 individuals and generating an economic impact to the area in excess of $357 million.
Niagara District Airport
The Niagara District Airport is located in the heart of the world famous Niagara Region, ideally positioned for both business and tourists.
Our airport has a 5,000-foot runway, 24-hour Customs clearance, NAV CANADA on site, Allied Aviation as the FBO with Avgas and Jet Fuel refueling available. On-site services including daily scheduled service to Toronto Island, executive and personal charter, helicopter and fixed wing sightseeing, expert AMO’s, and an active flight training school.
Oshawa Executive Airport
The Oshawa Executive Airport is quickly becoming one of the most exciting airports in Southern Ontario. As an executive level regional airport Oshawa can accommodate a variety of aircraft ranging from small recreational aircraft to 20 passenger business jets and 70 passenger turbo-prop commuter aircraft.
Our modern terminal and up to date runways and taxiways support over 20 aviation businesses and 250 aircraft based at the airport. Corporate travel and just in time freight continue to play an important role in the growth of the Region. Add to this aircraft charter, flight training and a broad selection of other aviation services and the only question that remains is: how can we help your business grow? Oshawa Executive Airport, Supporting Business and Building Community, One Flight at a Time!
Strategically located between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, the Peterborough Airport Business Park brings together aircraft refurbishment centres, maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities, aviation educational institutions, general aviation and many auxiliary aviation companies.
Peterborough offers the best of a regional airport with the benefits of a smaller community, a runway that supports Airbus 320 and 737-900 series aircraft, a highly skilled workforce, competitive business costs, unrestricted airspace and an unbeatable lifestyle.
Region of Waterloo International Airport
The Region of Waterloo International Airport (YKF) is a full-service, customer-friendly facility that supports commercial, corporate and general aviation. The airport is centrally located in southwestern Ontario (Canada), in the Township of Woolwich, bordered by the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph. YKF is 45 minutes west of Toronto with convenient access to the Highway 401 corridor.
Scheduled air service is provided by WestJet with daily non-stop service to Calgary and weekly non-stop seasonal service to Orlando, Florida; and, by Sunwing with weekly seasonal service between Waterloo Region and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
YKF is home to a number of aviation-related businesses including: corporate aircraft charters, refuelling, air cargo, helicopter and aircraft flight training, avionics, customs clearance and hangar space. The airport is classified as an Airport of Entry (AOE) by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
Windsor International Airport
Windsor International Airport (YQG) is only minutes from downtown Windsor and 15 kilometers from downtown Detroit. With a friendly atmosphere and convenient parking just steps from the airport terminal, YQG is quickly becoming a pleasant, convenient and low-cost alternative for American travellers, who have helped increase YQG’s passenger volumes 42% between 2013 and 2016. The airport boasts a 9.000 ft. runway, a new cargo-hub and a 105,000 sq. ft. maintenance, repair and overall hangar operated by Premier Aviation and large enough to service a B777.