National Airports System
Canada's National Airport System (NAS) was defined in the National Airports Policy published in 1994. It was intended to include all airports with an annual traffic of 200,000 passengers or more, as well as airports serving the national, provincial and territorial capitals.
As of 1994, the 26 NAS airports served 94% of all scheduled passenger and cargo traffic in Canada.
Due to very close proximity to the Province of Newfoundland, the islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon (an Overseas collectivity of France), cooperate with Canada on air travel via several major Canadian airports.
- British Columbia
- Regina International Airport, YQR, 1,254,933
- Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, YXE, 1,497,579
- Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, YWG, 3,626,250
- Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, YUL, 14,174,375
- Montréal Mirabel International Airport, YMX, no commercial passengers
- Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport, YQB, 1,449,413
- New Brunswick
- Nova Scotia
- Halifax Stanfield International Airport, YHZ, 3,620,107
- Prince Edward Island
- Charlottetown Airport, YYG, 317,150
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Iqaluit Airport, YFB, 140,563 (2011)
- Northwest Territories
- Yellowknife Airport, YZF, 359,384
- Erik Nielsen Whitehorse International Airport, YXY, 263,401