The ability to clear U.S. Customs at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is one step closer to becoming reality with President Obama having signed into law a bill ratifying the new preclearance agreement between Canada and the United States.
Last night at the Airports Council International (ACI-NA) 2016 Excellence in Airport Marketing, Communications, and Customer Service Awards Gala in Salt Lake City, Utah, it was announced that PortsToronto, the owner and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Billy Bishop Airport), won the award for Best Marketing Campaign in North America in the Small Airports category for the multimedia It's My Airport campaign starring actual airport passengers.
Earlier today Condé Nast Traveler announced that Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Billy Bishop Airport) has ranked fourth worldwide in the Condé Nast Traveler 2016 Readers' Choice Awards, the premier international travel industry awards voted on by more than 300,000 travellers around the world.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport today conducted a successful full-scale training exercise to test airport protocols, procedures, communications and planning for emergency and/or security related incidents.
Nieuport Aviation Infrastructure Partners to undertake improvements to airport terminal to provide greater passenger comfort together with new services and amenities
On the morning of October 15, 2016, PortsToronto will conduct an emergency training exercise at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
PortsToronto, owner and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Billy Bishop Airport), today announced that more than 13,000 passengers will travel through Billy Bishop Airport in advance of the Thanksgiving Day weekend making it the single busiest day in the history of the airport.
New August Passenger Numbers Mark Busiest Month for Airport and Cap Off Busiest Summer Yet
PortsToronto’s Sail-In Cinema™ Brings Thousands to Toronto’s Waterfront on Opening Night
Approximately 258,000 passengers travelled through Billy Bishop Airport in July
Tunnel Delivers on Promise to Enhance Customer Service and Dramatically Improve Traffic Management at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
The votes are in and PortsToronto today announced the three winning movies that will screen at the sixth-annual Sail-in Cinema movie festival being held August 18-20 at Sugar Beach. From a shortlist of fifteen “Books to Big Screen” themed movies, the community was invited to vote for their favourite films in order to determine this year’s line-up.
A significant three-year rehabilitation initiative taking place on the airfield at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is underway. This project is being undertaken in an effort to modernize the airport and ensure it continues to serve as an economic engine for the city as well as providing efficient service to the 2.5 million passengers who travel through the airport each year.
PortsToronto, owners and operators of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Billy Bishop Airport), today confirmed that more than 250,000 passengers arrived and departed through the airport in June 2016, marking the busiest month in the airport’s history. Both Porter Airlines and Air Canada contributed to the high passenger numbers, which were a combination of leisure and business travellers.
PortsToronto today announced the shortlist of films that will be put to a public vote to determine the final movie line-up for the sixth annual Sail-in-Cinema free movie festival being held August 18-20 at Sugar Beach.
Project includes the resurfacing of the main runway 08-26 and construction of Ground Run-up Enclosure to mitigate aircraft noise
- 6% reduction in overall noise complaints
- 60% reduction in ferry and mainland operations complaints
- Zero curfew violations
40% of Travellers Walk, Bike or Take Transit from the Airport
On Saturday, May 28, 2016, media are invited to tour Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (Billy Bishop Airport) as part of Doors Open Toronto 2016.
Replacing asphalt with vegetable gardens and outdoor learning spaces, six more downtown schools are going green this spring
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Pedestrian Tunnel Media Campaign Wins Canadian Public Relations Society Recognition
Toronto’s Only Floating Film Experience and Largest Outdoor Movie Theatre Event Returns to Toronto Harbour August 18-20
200 Harbour Tour Boat Employees to Participate in Training Modules Geared at Ensuring a Safe Summer on the Water
Opening of pedestrian tunnel, reaching PILTs agreement, investing in environmental and community initiatives among the highlights of 2015
Airport’s First Year of Participation to Provide Visitors with an Up-close Look at Airport Operations
PortsToronto.com offers new features and is now accessible via all mobile devices
PortsToronto Harbour Master Angus Armstrong “crowns” Federal Rideau Captain Sharma Vinod Kumar with a 200-year-old silk and beaver top hat at the 155th annual Beaver Hat Ceremony at Redpath Refinery. The annual ceremony dates back to the mid-1800s and celebrates the arrival of the Port of Toronto’s first ocean-going vessel of the season. This year, the Federal Rideau won the race to be the first ship to Port, making the 17-day journey from Guatemala’s Puerto Quetzal to deliver 23,000 metric tonnes of sugar to Redpath Sugar’s refinery.
Multiplatform campaign features real-life passengers and their travel experiences to highlight the benefits of flying...
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport was named one of North America’s best airports by Skytrax World Airport Awards, the premier international airport awards voted on by more than 13 million passengers worldwide. Billy Bishop Airport was ranked the ninth best regional airport on the continent, 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 Kentucky, Cincinnati and Seattle-Tacoma rounding out the list. The awards were presented yesterday evening in Cologne, Germany, at the 2016 Passenger Terminal Expo.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport was among the Canadian transportation facilities to be named in an expanded U.S. Customs Preclearance program. The announcement, which also included Quebec City’s Jean Lesage Airport, came as part of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first official visit to the U.S. to attend meetings with President Barack Obama and is part of an effort to make travel between the two countries more convenient for travellers and further enhance trade relations.
Coffee Chain’s 34th Canadian Location to Offer Travellers Fresh Fare and Free Chocolate
Passenger Satisfaction Results Puts Billy Bishop Airport at the Top of the List in Prestigious Award from Airports Council International
Environmental, Social and Economic Priorities and Progress Detailed in Report