In the interview, Ms. Flint discussed several important topics, including the need for more capital investments in Canadian airports, attracting and retaining talent and digitizing the airport and border.
“We are living in one of the most dramatic eras in the history of the aviation industry. Never before have airports had to change from a state of being almost completely shut down to a state of being open to high travel demands in such a short amount of time,” Ms. Flint said. “This is a unique moment in time as we transition out of a pandemic and invest in a better future.”
These are important considerations, not only for Toronto Pearson but also for airports all over the world as the industry continues to recover from COVID-19.
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