Ottawa International Airport

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Wednesday is increasingly looking like a good day to work from home in Ottawa-Gatineau
Forget about a Canada 150 hangover – 2018 is shaping up to be a landmark year for the Ottawa International Airport (YOW).
With Ottawa’s busy summer tourism season warming up, visitors arriving from both near and far are descending on the National Capital Region.
Study finds airport is a major employer and an economic engine for Canada’s Capital Region.
The growth was entirely concentrated in domestic travellers and came despite U.S. and other international passenger volumes sinking to the lowest level since 2008.
MediaStyle and the Ottawa 2017 Bureau are among those winning recent accolades in the city.
As climate change brings unexpected and often sudden changes in weather, the impact on airports, airlines and ultimately air travellers can be significant. 
This could be a record year for the Ottawa International Airport in some ways. In part, that’s due to the expansion of retail operations other than air travel.