Cleared for takeoff: A runway rehab to remember

We’re proud to share that the rehabilitation of Runway 06L/24R, the airport’s second busiest runway, has successfully concluded on time and on budget. Beginning in April this year, work began to repair general wear and tear from weather, use and time, and with the completion of the project, the life of the runway has been extended by 30 years – all thanks to the many employees and external partners who were involved in delivering this project! The success of the project could not have been possible without their hard work, collaboration and expertise, and we commend their efforts. This morning, a celebration and ribbon cutting on the runway was held with GTAA President & CEO Deborah Flint, Chief Operating Officer Craig Bradbrook and Vice President, Airport Development and Technical Services Pat Neville to recognize the employees and partners who helped play a part in the project and mark the runway’s reopening. The GTAA also thanks the Government of Canada for its support as the Airport Critical Infrastructure Program partially funded this project.

Please join us in applauding all who played a role, because this was a runway rehab to remember!

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