Toronto (December 29, 2011) – The Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, which is owned and operated by the Toronto Port Authority, is expected to surpass its estimate of 1.5 million passengers for 2011, an increase of 37 per cent over 2010, and double the number of passengers it served in 2009.
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
Leslie St. Lakefill Site - Holiday Hours
TPA and Porter Aviation Holdings Inc. are co-hosting three afternoons of carolling on December 19-21 at the island side Airport Terminal of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
The historic airport building on the site of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is getting readied to find a new home.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) today announced that it is entering into negotiations with Forum Infrastructure Partners (Forum) to build the public-private partnership pedestrian tunnel to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) has unveiled several Improvements at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport that respond to the needs of airport users and increased activity at the airport
The TPA is seeking a joint venture partner to develop the 1.8 acres of vacant land surrounding the Harbour Commissioners Building at 60 Harbour Street.
The Toronto Port Authority announced today that ACL, a United Kingdom-based company specializing in airport slot allocation, has awarded Porter Airlines the 16 remaining slots at Billy Bishop Airport for 2012.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) closed out 2010 with net income of $7.1 million, a five-fold increase over 2009, representing the third year in a row that it has operated at a profit, President and CEO Geoffrey A. Wilson said today, at the TPA’s Annual Meeting.
With summer coming to an end and airport activity peaking at more than 11,000 movements, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport saw an overall reduction in noise complaints in August to just 16 total complaints
The Toronto Port Authority’s (TPA) will be holding its 2011 Annual General Meeting on Friday, September 16, at 9h30.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual Meeting of the Toronto Port Authority will be held at the Harbourfront Centre in the “Brigantine Room”, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario on Friday, September 16, 2011, commencing at 9:30 a.m. This meeting is open to the public.
The Toronto Port Authority and Media Monkey Productions Inc. announced today that they have won top in their category for ‘Best History/Biography (non broadcast)’ for their short film Billy Bishop: Canadian Maverick at the prestigious 2011 Telly Awards in New York.
Canada’s first ever floating movie experience, Sail-In Cinema, will feature three water-themed movies selected by the public: the 1954 classic, 20,000 Leagues under the Sea, will run Thursday, August 18, Jaws will run Friday, August 19, and the family-friendly Finding Nemo will play Saturday, August 20.
The Toronto Port Authority today released a Request for Construction Services on MERX, Canada’s leading electronic-tendering service, to design and build an acoustic noise barrier to mitigate airport ground noise at the Billy Bishop Airport.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) received a total of 57 complaints
last month, only five (5) of which were related to the record 2,357 commercial flights coming into and leaving Billy Bishop Airport in June.
The Toronto Port Authority and the City of Toronto reached an agreement today, that will see the two parties work collaboratively to build infrastructure in downtown Toronto.
The Toronto Port Authority’s (TPA) Board of Directors has given the green light to an agreement going before City of Toronto Council this week, that would see the TPA’s proposed pedestrian tunnel to the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport accommodate the City’s own infrastructure upgrade to water mains to the Toronto Islands.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA), which is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2011, announced that it is holding North America’s first ever floating movie event, Sail-In Cinema.
The TPA has implemented new public monthly noise reporting this month, having installed a state of the art system to trackflights and match them to the complaints.
The TPA today raised the curtain on the first stage of a major upgrade at the Outer Harbour Marina (OHM).
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) closed out 2010 with net income of $7.1 million, a five-fold increase over 2009.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) kicked off its centennial this month with a flag raising at its headquarters on Harbour Street.
On Saturday May 14, the Toronto Port Authority is conducting its annual tour boat safety training for 250 crew members and officers of tour boat industry, as a member of the Toronto Marine Emergency Response Council (TMERC).
Summer is just around the corner and there are many exiting things happening at the Outer Harbour Marina.
On May 12, the Toronto Port Authority (TPA) will be holding a public meeting at the Harbourfront Community Centre, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., to review the preliminary findings of an environmental assessment for building noise barriers at the Billy Bishop Airport.
Harbourfront Centre and the Toronto Port Authority (TPA) today announced a new partnership, that will see TPA become the lead summer partner for Harbourfront Centre’s Hot Spot Summer, that runs from the Victoria Day weekend through Thanksgiving at the Harbourfront Centre 10-acre central waterfront site.
The TPA today announced that after taking into consideration the Environmental Assessment Screening Report and comments
emanating from public participation in its review of the Environmental Assessment (EA), it has concluded that the proposed pedestrian/services tunnel and perimeter road project is unlikely to cause significant, adverse environmental effects.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA), today, officially welcomed the first ocean-vessel (known as a ‘saltie’) of the 2011 spring shipping season.
150th Beaver Hat Ceremony marks opening of spring shipping season at the Port of Toronto
Characterising the claims made by CommunityAIR as “without merit, inaccurate and genuinely offensive” TPA President and CEO Geoff Wilson today publicly released a response to the group’s open letter to Mayor Ford.
The Toronto Port Authority today announced that Air Canada and the City Centre Terminal Corporation (CCTC), which owns the terminal building at the popular Billy Bishop Airport, have reached an agreement on a terminal lease arrangement that will see Air Canada start operations by May 1, 2011.
The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) today released a one-year status update on the independent Jacobs Consultancyreport submitted last February, which recommended measures to improve noise mitigation at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
Toronto Port Authority Chairman Mark McQueen today said that he was pleased that the federal Department of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities is introducing a draft regulation intended to clarify that the Toronto Port Authority (TPA) has the authority to build a pedestrian tunnel to the popular Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
The Tripartite Agreement (1983, amended in 2003) that governs the operation of the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport prohibits a vehicular tunnel, and expressly permits a fixed link bridge.
People should NEVER go on the ice in the inner and outer harbours of Toronto.
Reminder: Jan 12 is next EA meeting
The Toronto Port Authority, which owns and operates the popular Billy Bishop Airport released its plans to conduct an Environmental Assessment (EA) to assess the potential impacts to the environment of installing the proposed noise barriers.