The Edmonton Airshow was cancelled Thursday, due to persistent wet weather in the Alberta capital. Meanwhile, preparations continued for the Abbotsford Airshow.
Canadian airports are reporting record-breaking passenger totals for 2018.
Edmonton International Airport opened its latest expansion, Saturday, completing an expansion that should handle capacity until the year 2020. Here are photos published by the airport on their Facebook page, along with […]
Edmonton International Airport reported, Tuesday, that passenger numbers hit a single-month record in August, surpassing 630-thousand people departing and arriving the terminal. The airport, which is just days away from opening the […]
They may not necessarily be the best, but look west to find Canada’s most efficient airports. Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton took the top three places among major Canadian facilities for their management […]
It’s been decades in the making, but next week will finally mark the end of scheduled passenger service at Edmonton City Centre (formerly the Muni) Airport. A Northern Air flight will depart […]
New data from Statistics Canada shows what we reported earlier on this blog; increasing passenger numbers in Edmonton (and, we’re learning, in Calgary and Vancouver) are not translating into new flights. The […]
With growth returning to Canada’s airports, can a more widespread economic recovery be far behind? It’s generally accepted that airlines are a leading indicator of economic health. When things are going badly, […]