Advisories and Alerts

Change to Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) Fleet Used by NAV CANADA at Billy Bishop Airport
NAV CANADA will retire the only turboprop aircraft from its FIA fleet, which undertakes routine flight inspections two to three times per year at over 130 airports in Canada, including Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Learn more here.

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Offering service to more than 20 cities in Canada and the U.S, with connections to more than 80 international destinations, Billy Bishop Airport is fast becoming a key facilitator of business travel and tourism, and a significant contributor to Toronto’s economic growth.

As an emerging regional hub, the airport links the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) to major North American cities, and has become a vital part of business growth, supporting Toronto’s international competitiveness.

In addition, as part of PortsToronto’s corporate social responsibility program and commitment to being a good neighbour, the airport maintains a strong noise management program, works hard to protect the local environment and actively gives back to the community within which it operates. Learn more here.

Billy Bishop Airport is owned and operated by PortsToronto.

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Advisories and Alerts

Change to Flight Inspection Aircraft (FIA) Fleet Used by NAV CANADA at Billy Bishop Airport
NAV CANADA will retire the only turboprop aircraft from its FIA fleet, which undertakes routine flight inspections two to three times per year at over 130 airports in Canada, including Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Learn more here.

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