Public Votes for New Tugboat’s Name from List Created
by Toronto Kindergarten to Grade 6 Students
PortsToronto, the owner and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, today issued the below statement regarding the studies that it has undertaken, at the request of Toronto City Council, to inform discussion on Porter Airlines’ proposal to introduce jet aircraft and extend the runway at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
Agreement Maintains PortsToronto’s Position as one of Canada’s Top Ten Largest Green Energy Purchasers with Bullfrog Power®
Billy™ App to Make Journey Even Easier with Useful Tools and Information to Support and Enhance Travel Experience
Study Design the Result of Extensive Public Consultation and will Direct Technical Work to Be Undertaken for Environmental Assessment
PortsToronto today announced that Robert Poirier has been elected Chair of the PortsToronto Board of Directors effective August 20, 2015. Mr. Poirier is an active member of the PortsToronto Board and has served on the Audit and Finance Committee and the Governance, Nominating and Human Resources Committee.
More Than 1,800 Gathered on Land and on Water to Watch Ghostbusters
The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, and His Worship John Tory, Mayor of Toronto, join Mark McQueen, Chairman of PortsToronto, in cutting the ribbon to celebrate the opening of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport's pedestrian tunnel. As of 1:30 P.M. today, the new tunnel will provide the 2.4 million passengers who travel through the airport each year with a more convenient and predictable point of access to the airport.
Tunnel Offers Travellers Fast, Convenient Access to Airport
Tunnel Will Offer Travellers Fast, Convenient Access to Airport as of July 30, 2015
Public Votes Treasure Hunters, Ghost Chasers and Intergalactic Visitors to Star in Toronto’s Most Popular Floating Film Festival
Only 10 per cent of traffic in surrounding area can be attributed to Billy Bishop Airport
The Noise Exposure Contour reports for Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, dating back to 2008, are now available online. The reports were commissioned by Transport Canada, and completed by an external consultant team, at the request of the City of Toronto and confirm that the airport is complaint with its Noise Exposure Forecast (“NEF”) as required under the Tripartite Agreement. The reports were commissioned for the period of 2008 to 2013 and confirm consistent adherence to the noise restrictions imposed on the airport.
From mermaids and aliens to superheroes and athletes, Sail-In Cinema brings the best of the 80s to Sugar Beach in August
PortsToronto’s 2014 Annual Report is now available online.
20% reduction in overall noise complaints; 45% reduction in engine maintenance run-up complaints; Zero curfew violations
Privately-financed tunnel to receive passengers in late July
PortsToronto, the owner and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, is pleased to announce the addition of a fourth Airport Shuttle Bus to the airport’s existing fleet, offering enhanced complimentary shuttle service to passengers during peak hours.
Departure Dependent on Weather and Wind Conditions and Subject to Change Without Notice
Toronto’s Only Floating Movie Experience, Featuring Films Chosen by Public Vote, Returns to Sugar Beach August 20-22
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is pleased to confirm that it will clear two of its secondary runways to accommodate kilometres 3 and 4 of the Nike Toronto 15K Women’s Run on Toronto Island being held June 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This marks the first time that runways at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport have been used to facilitate such an event and will provide a unique experience for the runners to see the airfield and run along an aircraft runway.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and Eight-Year High for Port of Toronto Drive Strong Results for 2014
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport was voted as one of the top ten Most Beautiful Airport Approaches in the world in a global poll, the results of which were announced by Private Fly today. Billy Bishop Airport ranked seventh, making it the only Canadian airport to be recognized alongside airports located in some of the world’s most scenic destinations, including Queenstown Airport in New Zealand, Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport in France, and Cape Town International Airport in South Africa.
200 Harbour Tour Boat Employees to Participate in Training Modules Geared at Ensuring a Safe Summer on the Water
Request For Expression of Interest Issued to Identify Developer to Construct Two-Pad Arena north of Cherry Beach
PortsToronto has received and made publically available the Special Examination Summary Report from audit firm Deloitte LLP. The Special Examination comprises a detailed review of all PortsToronto business operations, financial affairs, accounting management and governance covering the period 2009-2013 and is required to be conducted every five years under the Canada Marine Act.
From ripping out asphalt and planting trees to building an interactive water wall, downtown Toronto schools will bring nature to the playground.
PortsToronto Harbour Master Angus Armstrong "crowns" M/V Tundra Captain Tykhonov Vyacheslav with the centuries-old silk and beaver top hat at the 154th annual Beaver Hat Ceremony at Redpath Refinery.
Gene Cabral, Executive Vice President of PortsToronto and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Comeau to the position of Fire Chief at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, effective April 20, 2015.
With regard to the March 30, 2015, Toronto Star article titled “Toronto says Federal Government Owes it $4 Million,” PortsToronto (formerly the Toronto Port Authority) would like to correct information specific to the allegation of debts owed by 1518756 Ontario Ltd. the company which owns Captain John’s floating restaurant (“Captain John’s”).
Two Million Tonnes of Salt, Construction Material and Bulk Imports Delivered through the Port Last Year
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport was named one of the top regional airports in North America at the annual Skytrax World Airport Awards held in Paris, France last evening. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport was named the ninth best regional airport, making it one of only two regional airports in Canada to be recognized in the category. Halifax Stanfield Airport was ranked fourth, with such U.S. airports as Philadelphia, Denver, Cincinnati and Seattle-Tacoma rounding out the list.
PortsToronto personnel, infrastructure and expertise will be brought into play as Toronto welcomes the world this summer
Increases in all areas including economic output, which is up 10 per cent from 2012
Commander Armstrong will take the helm of the Marilyn Bell ferry and transport passengers across the Western Gap
More than 50 Archival Photos to be on Display February 8 to 20
New brand reinforces connection to consumer businesses and reflects new priorities