Ottawa's airport looks to regain altitude as airlines re-establish routes, new carriers enter market
Ottawa International Airport Authority CEO Mark Laroche urged residents Monday to book tickets if they want to convince airlines to add more routes to the nation’s capital to their lists.
For the past two plus decades, Ottawa’s International Airport Authority has serviced travellers and locals alike – bringing loved ones together and supporting the economic growth of the city.
The Ottawa International Airport Authority is making it easier – and more cost efficient – for travellers to depart directly from the capital thanks to a new parking program.
After being at less than 10 per cent of pre-COVID levels earlier in the year, passenger volumes at YOW have climbed to within 50 per cent of their 2019 totals.
It’s the first time in 15 years that the carrier will offer service between the nation’s capital and the Toronto Island airport.
Airport boss Mark Laroche says he’s still awaiting word on when the feds will reopen the terminal to direct flights from U.S. and international destinations.
New request for expressions of interest asks industry for input on combined 100 acres.
Ottawa International Airport Authority CEO Mark Laroche didn’t sugar-coat the impact of the pandemic on the facility’s bottom line.
Airport officials “weren’t expecting anything explicit” in the feds’ latest spending plan, spokesperson says.
Airline's plans to connect Calgary, Edmonton, Halifax and Toronto to the capital were put on hold last year due to the pandemic.