Kingston Norman Rogers Airport
It offers the ease, convenience and speed of air travel to those travelling to the Kingston region for business, studies or tourism – and to those returning home from domestic and international visits. Located within a 15 minute drive to the city’s bustling, historic downtown core, when you land at YGK, you have truly arrived in Kingston.
Toronto Pearson International Airport
Toronto Pearson is Canada’s largest and busiest airport, in Canada’s largest and busiest city. This architecturally stunning, completely functional and incredibly friendly airport is the hub for some 456,000 flights a year and over 44 million passengers annually. When you consider that Canada’s population is roughly 36 million, that’s more than our entire country! Take a look at what goes on behind the scenes at this gateway to North American air travel.
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
Located on Toronto Island, Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is Canada’s sixth-busiest airport with passenger service into the United States and welcomes 2.7 million business and leisure travellers each year.
Ottawa International Airport
Is an international airport named after the Canadian statesmen and two of the “founding fathers of Canada”, Sir John A. Macdonald and Sir George-Étienne Cartier. Located in the south end of the city, it is Canada’s sixth-busiest airport and Ontario’s second-busiest airport by airline passenger traffic and Canada’s seventh-busiest.
Montreal-Trudeau International Airport
Is the busiest airport in the province of Quebec, the third-busiest airport in Canada by passenger traffic with 16.6 million passengers in 2016 and fourth by aircraft movements, with 219,326 movements in 2014. It is one of eight Canadian airports with United States border preclearance and is one of the main gateways into Canada with 10.1 million or 63% of its passengers being on non-domestic flights, the highest proportion amongst Canada’s airports during 2016.
Syracuse Hancock International Airport
In an effort to bring more efficiency to airport operations, we recently established the Syracuse Regional Airport Authority. This change brings Syracuse in line with every other airport in New York state, all of which currently benefit from this competitive advantage. The growth and development of the airport are the sole focus of the Authority.
Ogdensburg International Airport
The Ogdensburg International Airport (OGS) offers daily commercial air service to travelers flying into and out of northern New York, and southeastern Ontario, Canada. The airport is just one hour from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, making it ideal for business travelers who want air service from a nearby U.S. airport.
Greater Rochester International Airport
The Greater Rochester NY International Airport is one of the easiest airports to fly in and out of. It begins with the many options of parking where you can either drop off, utilize the short term or cell phone areas, park in the covered long term parking structure or leave your vehicle for weeks in the long term shuttle assisted outdoor lots.
Watertown International Airport
Watertown International Airport is owned and operated by Jefferson County, New York. It is a public use, FAA Part 139 certificated airport serving Northern New York, Southern Ontario and the Fort Drum region. With twice daily service to Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) by American Airlines, traveling has never been easier.
Buffalo Niagara International Airport
Close to 100 non-stop flights per day serving 24 airport destinations and beyond, the Buffalo Niagara International Airport plays an essential role in the development of business and tourism in the Buffalo Niagara region. The management and staff of the airport strive to meet the daily needs of all its customers and ensure that each visit is a pleasant experience.