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Canadian Government’s Budget Intends To Improve Passenger Experience, But Implementation Remains Unclear

The Canadian federal government has unveiled its budget plans to improve airport security screening and reduce flight delays. The budget allocates $1.8 billion over five years for the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) to enhance passenger screening and security at airports. In addition, it proposes a new rule that mandates airlines and airports to

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Airport Profile: Prince Albert Airport CYPA

Prince Albert (Glass Field) was originally opened in 1940 when the site was used as an Elementary Flying Training School during WW II and doubling as an Air Observer School. The Prince Albert Airport was transferred from Transport Canada to the City of Prince Albert in 1996. The facility is operated as a division of

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October 27, 2020

Media Release October 27, 2020   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Canada’s Regional and Community Airports Expect Massive Fee Increases and Operational Service Reductions In 2021 The failure of government and the airline industry to embrace a holistic approach to aviation support during the COVID-19 pandemic is leaving the regional and community airports of this country on

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Airports Capital Assistance Program – COVID-19 Employment Projects April 2020

Dear Minister Garneau, Please see attached letter from the Regional Community Airports of Canada board chair, Brian Grant in support of the Canadian airport industry to bring awareness to the role Canada’s regional and community airports can play in providing essential opportunities within our communities to create employment as we all do our part in

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Financial Crisis – Support for Canada’s Regional Airports October 13, 2020

Minister Freeland, Please accept this email on behalf of regional and community airports across Canada identifying the critical conditions facing our industry as COVID-19 continues to suppress our ability to remain financially capable of meeting the needs of airlines that connect essential services and local economies.  Attached is a letter outlining our concerns in more

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