On June 26th, the Canadian Airports Council is inviting airports across the country to celebrate the inaugural Airport Workers Day.
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Travel tools for autism and other diverse needs

Step-by-step guide for travelling at Toronto Pearson

This interactive tool for autistic and neurodiverse people and their caregivers includes a checklist for each step while travelling through the airport.

Sunflower Lanyards

Lanyards are available for passengers with invisible disabilities to help identify that they may need extra help or additional time while travelling. Learn more.

The cover page of the Toronto Pearson activity book

My Toronto Pearson activity book

The activity book assists autistic and neurodiverse children and their caregivers to prepare for their upcoming trip, from arriving at the airport to boarding a plane.


MagnusCards®, a free app, helps people with autism and other cognitive special needs with common tasks. The Toronto Pearson Card Decks walk you through common airport processes. Learn more.

US Mobile Passport Control (MPC)

US Customs and Border Protection’s (USCBP) Mobile Passport Control is an app that allows you to digitally submit your information for a smoother departures experience from Pearson if you’re travelling to the US. Download the app and learn more.

Advanced Declaration information

Canada Border Services Agency’s (CBSA) Advance Declaration feature lets you submit your customs and immigration declaration up to 72 hours in advance of flying into Canada, saving you time with a faster border experience. Download the app and learn more.