The Ottawa International Airport cracked a coveted milestone this past year as more than five million passengers walked through its gates over the course of 2018
Enhancements include a new retail, food and beverage program, airport hotel, and LRT connection
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.
A spike in the number of domestic travellers visiting the National Capital Region in 2017 offset declines in direct travel from the United States and the rest of the word, according to the Ottawa…
Study finds airport is a major employer and an economic engine for Canada’s Capital Region.
The new international flights continue the upward trend in the number of routes operating out of Ottawa International Airport.
As climate change brings unexpected and often sudden changes in weather, the impact on airports, airlines and ultimately air travellers can be significant.
The Ottawa International Airport Authority says it was boosted in 2016 by more passengers – and hungrier ones, to boot – as it reported its annual results earlier this week.
On February 1, 1997, the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Authority (OMCIAA) was officially born.