Greater Toronto Airports Authority
|Founded||December 2, 1996|
|Headquarters||Toronto Pearson International Airport
|Key people||Howard Eng, CEO and President|
|Products||Airport operations and services|
|Revenue||$1.1 billion CAD|
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) operates Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, Ontario, west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The GTAA operates Canada's largest airport facility with a traffic of 31.0 million passengers in 2006. The authority's headquarters are on the airport grounds. The GTAA completed a $4.4 billion redevelopment of Toronto Pearson from 1998 to 2008 to enable the airport to handle increases in traffic into the future
Pearson will likely reach a maximum capacity of 54 million to 60 million passengers annually between 2027 and 2037, up from 32 million in 2010.
- LINK Train
- GTAA Cogeneration Plant - power plant operated by the GTAA
- Pickering Airport lands
- Transport Canada - former national airport operator
- Toronto Port Authority - one of two main airport authorities in the Greater Toronto Area and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
- Bombardier Aerospace - private operator of Downsview Airport
- Toronto Airways Limited - private operator of Buttonville Municipal Airport
- http://gtaa.com/en/gtaa_corporate/development_program Airport Development Program
- http://gtaa.com/en/news/travel_advisories/details/fc48c740-e5ee-49e9-aeea-61803d4aeac2 2006 Operating Results
- "Contact Us." Greater Toronto Airports Authority. Retrieved on March 2, 2010. "Mail: Corporate Affairs and Communications Greater Toronto Airports Authority Toronto Pearson International Airport P.O. Box 6031, 3111 Convair Drive Toronto AMF, Ontario, Canada L5P 1B2 "
- "Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ/CYYZ), Canada."
- "Controversial Toronto-area airport plan may soon take flight". Retrieved on July 12, 2011.
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