List of international airports in Canada
This is a list of international airports in Canada. These airports are listed in the Canada Flight Supplement, or Water Aerodrome Supplement, published by Nav Canada and each is classified as an airport of entry. All these airports, with the exception of military airports, have a Canada Border Services Agency person available but they may not be available 24 hours a day and may only be open part of the week. Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport serves a higher percentage of international passengers than any other Canadian airport.
Of the airports below, only 13 are designated as international airports by Transport Canada: St John's, Gander, Halifax, Moncton, Fredericton, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
- Enplaned / Deplaned Passengers
- This number refers to the processing capacity of the Canada Border Services Agency. Where no number is given it indicates that the airport is able to handle an aircraft of any size. The numbers in parentheses indicate the number of passengers that may be handled if the aircraft is able to unload in stages. An airport with the number 15 indicates that only general aviation aircraft with 15 or fewer passengers may be handled.
- Military aircraft and personnel only
- Military flights only
- No civilian aircraft except for emergencies or MEDIVAC's
- 15 Wing - Moose Jaw aircraft only
- 180 passengers with 2 hours prior notice