Published on : Saturday, July 1, 2017
As per PortsToronto, such a rise in traffic at the airport is possible on account of a high volume of travellers observing the holiday meant for Canada Day. This rise in traffic is not restricted for today. The tourism officials said that they would be expecting over 30,000 passengers to utilize the airport over the course of this weekend.
Gene Cabral who is the Executive Vice President of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport mentioned in a press release that over the following three days, more passengers would be welcomed as it was done during the entire year in 2005.
Cabral asserted that whether it is about celebrating Canada Day in Toronto or taking off to Canada 150 celebrations in Ottawa, a larger number of people have been opting to travel through this airport for a more convenient and customer-focused experience.
The officials have been warning passengers to arrive at the airport well in advance for their flights because there is a potential for longer queues at the airport.